Initial COVID-19 responses in Bangladesh, Kenya, Pakistan, Sierra Leone, and Uganda: Documentation and learning from March to May 2020

Initial COVID-19 responses in Bangladesh, Kenya, Pakistan, Sierra Leone, and Uganda: Documentation and learning from March to May 2020

COVID-19 Series: Synthesis Report

COVID-19 has emerged as a huge shock that will affect all public social systems directly and indirectly. This report synthesises the findings from a series of rapid situation analyses on the initial response to COVID-19 in the first few months of the outbreak – March to May 2020 – in five countries: Bangladesh, Kenya, Pakistan, Sierra Leone, and Uganda.

Authored by Debbie Hillier, Tom Newton-Lewis, Rithika Nair, and Christoph Larsen

All Maintains evidence and articles relating to COVID-19 can be found here.

Full title: Initial COVID-19 responses in Bangladesh, Kenya, Pakistan, Sierra Leone, and Uganda: Documentation and learning from March to May 2020
Published by: Maintains
Country: Bangladesh, Kenya, Pakistan, Sierra Leone, Uganda
Sector: Disaster risk financing, Education, Gender and equity, Governance, Health, Nutrition, Social protection
Type of resource: Synthesis Report
Date produced: July 2020
File type: PDF

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