Information platform containing data visualizations on the socioeconomic and environmental impacts of the pandemic at the global level. It provides an analysis of data collected with traditional and non-traditional data flows, organized according to the five pillars of the UN Framework for Immediate Response to COVID-19.
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.
Prioritize actions to support the operation of essential health services while strengthening primary care systems and universal health coverage plans.
Promote social protection and basic services for the most vulnerable, including food, water and sanitation, learning, shelter and support in the face of gender-based violence.
ECONOMIC RESPONSE & RECOVERY
Protect and support the productive sector and decent work to achieve an inclusive, equitable and resilient economic recovery.
MACROECONOMIC RESPONSE & MULTILATERAL COLLABORATION
Assess financing needs and the impacts of economic recovery measures on the social and environmental dimensions to ensure policy sustainability.
SOCIAL COHESION & COMMUNITY RESILIENCE
Any policy design in response to COVID-19 must consider environmental impacts, minimize negative effects and take advantage of the opportunities offered by the green economy.
Any COVID-19 response and recovery policy must consider the situation of women and their specific needs, recognizing and promoting their rights and their role as agents of sustainable development.