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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 (Espanhol)

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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    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

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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

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    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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