Blog Posts, Issue Briefs, Statements Address Various Aspects Of COVID-19 Pandemic, Including Impacts On Adolescent Girls, Young Women; Africa’s Economy; Humanitarian, Resilience Investing

Center for Global Development: Coping with COVID-19: The Pakistan Experience
Ijaz Nabi, non-resident fellow with CGD (10/15).

Friends of the Global Fight: The Impact of COVID-19 on Adolescent Girls and Young Women and Needed Responses (10/15).

Johns Hopkins University’s “Hub”: Study identifies dire economic impact of COVID-19 in Africa
Laura Wells, senior communications specialist at Jhpiego (10/15).

Think Global Health: Leading by Example: COVID-19 Infections at the Highest Levels of Government
Priyanka Sethy, research intern in the global health program, and Samantha Kiernan, research associate on global health, economics, and development, both at the Council on Foreign Relations (10/13).

Think Global Health: National Security Risks and the American Weak Link
Ans Irfan, public health scientist, faculty at George Washington University, and director of policy and programs with the DrPH Coalition, and colleagues (10/14).

Think Global Health: COVID-19 Shows Us It’s Time to Tackle Obesity and Overweight
Katherine Leach-Kemon, policy translation manager at the University of Washington’s Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, and colleagues (10/15).

Think Global Health: The Thousand Natural Shocks of COVID-19
Kevin O’Rourke, freelance scientific writer at the University of Washington’s Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, and colleagues (10/13).

UNAIDS: UNAIDS supports a temporary WTO waiver from certain obligations of the TRIPS Agreement in relation to the prevention, containment and treatment of COVID-19 (10/15).

World Economic Forum: Humanitarian and resilience investing in the COVID-19 era
Axel van Trotsenburg, managing director of operations at the World Bank, and colleagues (10/15).

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