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An Uneven Recovery : Taking the Pulse of Latin America and the Caribbean Following the Pandemic - 2021 LAC High Frequency Phone Surveys (Spanish)

To continue monitoring how the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has affected the welfare of households in the region, the World Bank and UNDP have joined forces in the implementation of a second phase of High-Frequency Phone Surveys (HFPS) in Latin America and the Caribbean. The survey, collected between May and July 2021, takes the socio-economic pulse of households and measures the wellbeing of the region a year and a half into the pandemic. This note presents the emerging results in the areas of labor markets, income and food security, education, gender, health, and access to digital and banking services.

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  • Author

    Mejia-Mantilla,Carolina, Rivadeneira Alava,Ana Mercedes, Olivieri,Sergio Daniel, Castaneda Castrillon,Carlos Alberto, Lara Ibarra,Gabriel, Romero Haaker,Francisco Javier, Camacho,Adriana, Tenjo, Laura, Oliva Hernandez,Juan Pablo, Del Carpio, Del Carpio,Ximena Vanessa, United Nations Development Programme

  • Document Date

    2022/05/27

  • Document Type

    Report

  • Report Number

    166810

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    World,

  • Region

    The World Region,

  • Disclosure Date

    2022/05/27

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    An Uneven Recovery : Taking the Pulse of Latin America and the Caribbean Following the Pandemic - 2021 LAC High Frequency Phone Surveys

  • Keywords

    high frequency; access to health service; mental health problem; food insecurity; Mobile Wallet; job loss; Labor Market; female labor force participation; low levels of education; share of woman; access to the internet; Ownership Share Type; lower level of education; mobile banking; signs of recovery; educational activities; preventive health services; Learning and Innovation Credit; labor market indicator; traditional gender roles; attending school; situation of women; number of assets; quality of employment; quality employment; access to banking; share of employment; access to care; household and individual; quality of job; human capital accumulation; cause for concern; mothers with children; labor market outcome; low educational attainment; domestic work; lack of money; digital technology; power outage; formal employment; negative effect; internet service; vaccination campaign; young child; education activity; school-age child; population group; attendance rate; medical service

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Mejia-Mantilla,Carolina Rivadeneira Alava,Ana Mercedes Olivieri,Sergio Daniel Castaneda Castrillon,Carlos Alberto Lara Ibarra,Gabriel Romero Haaker,Francisco Javier Camacho,Adriana Tenjo, Laura Oliva Hernandez,Juan Pablo Del Carpio Del Carpio,Ximena Vanessa United Nations Development Programme

An Uneven Recovery : Taking the Pulse of Latin America and the Caribbean Following the Pandemic - 2021 LAC High Frequency Phone Surveys (Spanish). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/892371642566759060/An-Uneven-Recovery-Taking-the-Pulse-of-Latin-America-and-the-Caribbean-Following-the-Pandemic-2021-LAC-High-Frequency-Phone-Surveys