Food insecurity is a social justice issue. People who are part of historically marginalized groups at greater risk of food insecurity, including Two-Spirit, lesbian, gay, bi, trans, and other sexually and gender diverse (2SLGBTQ+) groups.
Around 33 million people affected by floods that engulfed a third of Pakistan and millions need immediate assistance as floods damaged health facilities. Pakistan faces outbreaks of several diseases like diarrhoea, dengue and COVID-19.
To strengthen preparedness and response capacities for public health emergencies with multidimensional impact, a regional roadmap built on the lessons learnt from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is set to be rolled out in the WHO South-East Asia Region.
The goal of this report is to take stock of the early behavioural sciences literature on COVID-19 misinformation as well as provide a snapshot of the narratives of COVID-19 misinformation and the prevalence and spread of this misinformation.
This policy brief aims to inform national-level policy decisions in the ASEAN around safe school reopening and operations, learning recovery, and continuity in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic as well as any future emergencies/disruptions.
This policy brief was developed to assist policymakers in unpacking and understanding inequality in relation to achieving the SDGs in the ASEAN region and inform the initiatives of ASEAN sectoral bodies to build back better from the pandemic.