Thanks to the quick actions of the COVAX initiative, countries like Chile have taken the lead when offering vaccines.
Learn through this video how the COVID-19 pandemic crisis revealed gender gaps on poverty on the Global South.
How did domestic and international flight departures in Malaysia, Argentina, Peru, Indonesia, and South Africa behave?
COVID-19 made poverty rates increase due to the economic crisis that broke out in March 2020.
Unpredictable factors such as natural disasters and contagious diseases shape each country’s mortality rate yearly.
Unlike some countries, those in Latin America and the Caribbean are still in the process of obtaining vaccines for their population.
As of today, Chile and others are the countries with the highest percentages of vaccinated citizens in relation to their total population.
For almost a year, remote learning was the only way in which the vast majority of schools, colleges and universities reached out to their students.
Some countries and their governments have taken new actions in order to control the crisis and implement response and recovery plans.
During the pandemic, the health, education and economy sectors suffered a strong impact that made it necessary to take strong decisions to avoid a major crisis.
The Centre makes available a National Terminal entirely dedicated to publish information on how the pandemic has affected the world.
ICESI University from Cali and Cepei sign a cooperation agreement to generate knowledge and confront the pandemic better
The main focus of this alliance is the COVID-19 Data and Innovation Centre, launched on December 3.
The sudden stop of the global economy was followed by a dramatic, and somewhat obvious, decrease of greenhouse gas emissions.
The sudden stop of the global economy during the pandemic was followed by a dramatic decrease of Greenhouse gas emissions (GHG).
Travel restrictions were imposed and borders were closed around the world. According to data, in 2020 there was a drop of 74% in international passengers.