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The National Data Terminals (NDT) are platforms for tracking the impact of each country’s response and recovery strategies. Besides the data, they strengthen the  information gathering process deeply rooted in local contexts to enrich a global view.

United States

The COVID-19 MPTF investments and operations are guided by the UN Framework for the Immediate Socio-economic Response to COVID-19, which articulates five pillars to tackle the impacts of the pandemic. These five pillars are connected to two cross-cutting areas to build back better: Green Recovery and Gender equality.

At the COVID-19 Data & Innovation Centre you can find data visualizations on the socioeconomic aspects of the pandemic for each of these streams. Check it out!

Health First

COVID-19 contrast with mobility

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Protecting People

Policy tracker and mobility report with COVID-19 data

Tracking policies is critical in order to analyze response and recovery dynamics. This visualization shows the relationship between the mobility index by type of policy implemented by country, and the COVID-19 curves.

Users may select a country and policy type to analyze each specific case and download, access or plug all data from our open data platform.

Policy tracker and mobility report with COVID-19 data

This visualization displays the policy type for 2020 filtered by region and country and specifies whether it is a targeted policy or if it is a general one, for the region and/or country.

Users may select a country and region to analyze each specific case and download, access or plug all data from our open data platform.

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Social Cohesion & Community Resilience

Education

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Green Recovery

Natural disaster

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Gender Equality

Inequity female-male report with COVID-19 data

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