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Prioritizing Human Capital in the World Bank Operational Response to Covid-19 : The First 100 Days (Inglês)

The World Bank has put people at the center of the historic response to COVID-19. In the first 100 days of the COVID-19 operational response the World Bank has leveraged over 16 billion US Dollars in funding for human capital priorities. These resources are supporting more than 100 governments to save lives, safeguard the poor and vulnerable, protect jobs, and rebuild better systems for the future. This joint HD – OPCS note reviews the unprecedented speed, scale and focus of the operational response, highlighting projects from a range of sectors, with a special section on the use of development policy operations. It also calls for support to countries to build back with stronger more resilient systems for people and economies, including to address equity and coverage gaps which have been starkly revealed by the crisis.


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    Prioritizing Human Capital in the World Bank Operational Response to Covid-19 : The First 100 Days

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    human capital; urban water supply and sanitation; Services and Housing for the Poor; maternal and child health services; state-owned enterprise; Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity; Urban and Rural Development; Fragile, Conflict & Violence; Gender-Based Violence; Democratic Republic of Congo; Cash for Work Program; Nutrition and Food Security; performance-based financing; adequate level of service; Agriculture, Fishing and Forestry; Development Policy Operation; public sector human resource; disaster risk management; Energy Transmission and Distribution; Social Protection Delivery Systems; Rural Water and Sanitation; global partnership for education; sustainable business; human capital outcomes; social protection system; cash transfer program; human capital investment; Investment Project Financing; health surveillance system; personal protective equipment; victims of gender; better service delivery; Access to Education; Development Policy Financing; Deferred Drawdown Option; line of defense; intimate partner violence; infectious disease hospital; supply chain management; human resource management; state development bank; Health System Strengthening; service delivery system; public health laboratory; access to child; informal sector worker; cash transfer scheme; social insurance coverage; disease surveillance system; health emergency preparedness; program for agricultural; social protection program; higher education reform; social assistance program; support to family; families with child; risk of exclusion; Poverty and Equity; Social Safety Nets; access to food; distribution of food; ensuring food security; violence against woman; agriculture and livestock; economic recovery; infectious disease outbreak; essential health care; policy and institution; financial sector reform; public health service; intensive care units; information on gender; violence against child; health insurance scheme; school feeding program; theory of change; trade and investment; human capital development; domestic resource mobilization; sanitation and hygiene; labor market policy; international development agency; Access to Energy; vector borne disease; service delivery tool; education and health; public sector wage; Distance Learning; emergency health; vulnerable household; early detection; economic crisis; other sectors; health systems; essential services; social registries; health response; vulnerable population



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