The COVID-19 pandemic has been an undeniable reminder of how interconnected people are across the globe. The virus has known no boundaries - reaching all ethnicities, social strata, and ages.
The global nature of the COVID-19 pandemic makes it unique, affecting the whole world with the twin shocks of a health emergency and an economic recession. This will lead to long-term costs on human capital accumulation, development prospects and welfare.
Nearly 1.6 billion learners around the globe were affected by the closures of learning institutions put in place to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
The specific purpose of the research study is to generate evidence on how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted adolescents’ and young people’s access to and realization of their SRHR.
COVID 19 has heightened a pre-existing child’s right crisis.
This report presents key findings from the 3rd round of the UNESCO-UNICEF-World Bank-OECD survey, although in some cases, data from the previous two rounds and some other sources were also used. The report has eight sections.
To date, this report is one of the largest qualitative study of sexuality and gender diverse young people and their use of social media platforms.
This report synthesizes available policy and practice evidence on school reopening in 40 African partner countries of the Global Partnership for Education.
Global school closures as a result of COVID-19 have caused learning losses for millions of children despite efforts to deploy remote learning options.
These recommendations from the Technical Advisory Group (TAG) on Schooling during the COVID-19 pandemic of the WHO Regional Office for Europe represent the work of the TAG between October 2020 and June 2021.