Governments are facing tough choices on how to finance the social sectors post covid-19. We set out recommendations for revenue raising and reprioritising spending.
Our blog highlights evidence-based opinions, drawing on our collective experience across countries and sectors to spark discussion and encourage debate. You can search our blog, refining by area of expertise, team, country, or keywords.
19 – 27 of 380
How bad is the impact of the pandemic on low-income countries? How long will it last? And what can be done to accelerate recovery?
An in-depth guide drawing on our work with the Covid-19 International Modelling Consortium (CoMo) and the University of Oxford
Easy-to-use mapping tools can help FSPs expand geographical outreach and increase usage by placing branches and agents closer to customers
What do financial service providers responses prior to the covid-19 outbreak tell us about managing agent liquidity for savings groups now?
Ben French sets out three opportunities for the way the merger of the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office and the Department for International Development could work.
Low-income countries in Africa face a long hard road to recovery. The UK could catalyse and lead global support and change the future for developing countries.
The COVID-19 crisis has not only worsened the conditions of workers, but has also impacted revenue and cash flows for existing businesses, adversely affecting investment …
In this week's episode of Policy in Pandemics we discuss the 'unprecidented policy crisis' Africa is facing, despite an unexpected delay in mortality rates