The Chronic Poverty Report 2023: Pandemic Poverty will critically analyse the contexts of and responses to the pandemic and the multiple crises experienced by poor and vulnerable people, and provide actionable policy and programming guidance for more equitable recovery and better responses to future crises.
This project aims:
- To contribute evidence that can improve the policy and programming balance between public health and pro-poor economic and social development, thus limiting the impoverishing effects of future pandemic responses.
- To strengthen long-term resilience of people, communities, institutions and systems to respond more effectively to future increasingly multiple crises.
- To ensure development and social protection responses are fit for purpose to respond to impoverishment and downward mobility resulting from an increasing array not only of shocks and stressors, but also national-level crises marked by global health challenges, inflation, conflict, and climate change.
Find out more about the Chronic Poverty Advisory Network here