July 2020 | How the region’s societies—and their children—can emerge stronger from the crisis
This paper from Save the Children “highlights six fundamental pathways that governments and international donor and development agencies cannot ignore if the pandemic recovery is to leave the Asia-Pacific better prepared and more resilient in the face of future shocks.”
Download | Save the Children: COVID-19 Pandemic Lessons Learned from Asia-Pacific (28 pages | 5MB .pdf)
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