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UNDP: The COVID-19 Detect & Protect Challenge

  • 2 septiembre 2020

This extraordinary global situation demands a global response. As an answer, the United Nations Development Programme and Hackster.io are joining forces with the world’s brightest technology companies. We are calling on hardware and software developers, product designers, scientists, hackers, makers, and innovators to come together to work for those who will be hardest hit by this pandemic. 

UNDP: The Fast and the Curious

  • 2 septiembre 2020

Whether it’s climate change, plummeting biodiversity rates, or unchecked consumption and waste, we already face unprecedented planetary challenges.
Now, the coronavirus COVID-19 has added an extra, deadly layer of complexity to the paths we must forge.
And we have a very limited time left in which to make the big changes that will create a sustainable and just future.
Now more than ever, there are no one-size-fits-all answers; new ways of thinking are needed.

e-Discussion on Women’s Leadership in the COVID-19 Response

  • 2 septiembre 2020

Women are hardest hit by the current COVID-19 pandemic and its impacts. Beyond the direct effect of the infection by the coronavirus, women’s health and safety are at greater risk as increased prevalence of domestic violence and abuse is reported and sexual and reproductive health services are reduced. In this time of unprecedented crisis, women also face an increased burden of care and subsequent risk of getting sick because they represent the majority of front-line healthcare workers and caregivers in homes and communities globally. This is all in addition to the disproportionate indirect impact of the pandemic on women’s livelihoods everywhere. With the majority of women working in the informal economy, they often lack health insurance and social security, putting them further at risk. 

Según el PNUD, un ingreso básico temporal para proteger a las personas más pobres del mundo podría desacelerar el aumento de los casos de COVID-19

  • 23 julio 2020

El informe “Temporary Basic Income: Protecting Poor and Vulnerable People in Developing Countries” (Ingreso Básico Temporal: Proteger a las Personas Pobres y Vulnerables en los Países en Desarrollo), se estima que costaría US$ 199.000 millones ofrecer un ingreso básico garantizado durante seis meses a los 2.700 millones de personas que viven por debajo o apenas por encima del umbral de pobreza en 132 países en desarrollo.

En el informe se ha determinado que esa medida es viable y urgentemente necesaria, ya que la pandemia está avanzando actualmente a un ritmo que supera los 1,5 millones de nuevos casos por semana, en especial en los países en desarrollo, donde 7 de cada 10 trabajadores generan su sustento a través de mercados informales y no pueden obtener ingresos si permanecen en sus hogares.

UNDP - COVID-19: New Law Lab to Provide Vital Legal Information and Support for Global Response

  • 21 julio 2020

“Laws and policies that are grounded in science, evidence and human rights can enable people to access health services, protect themselves from COVID-19 and live free from stigma, discrimination and violence,” says Achim Steiner, UNDP Administrator. “The COVID-19 Law Lab is an important tool for sharing good practices on laws and policies.”

PNUD - Peligran los avances conquistados antes de la pandemia contra las múltiples dimensiones de la pobreza

  • 16 julio 2020

Aunque todavía no hay datos disponibles sobre el aumento de la pobreza multidimensional a nivel mundial tras la pandemia, simulaciones realizadas para 70 países en desarrollo a partir de los efectos anticipados del virus en dos indicadores del IPM global —nutrición y asistencia escolar—, nos ofrecen una idea de cuál podría ser el impacto de la crisis si no se toman las medidas adecuadas.

UNDP - In Latin America, COVID-19 Infections Surge as Virtually Every Country Faces Recession

  • 14 julio 2020

In the current state of emergency, governments should prioritize transparent public information campaigns, plan strategies that involve marginalized groups in urban areas and indigenous communities, guarantee access to clean water, soap, food, income, and other essential items, ensure internet connectivity, use spaces other than hospitals to isolate COVID-19 patients, and design strategies to safely move patients among medical facilities.

UNDP - Rule of Law and Human Rights are Key to Forging a New Inclusive Social Contract

  • 30 junio 2020

Emphasizing on the urgency of obligations to respect human rights and the rule of law in the current context around COVID-19 pandemic, UNDP Administrator Achim Steiner stated- “It is clear that securing the rule of law and human rights is key to achieving the transformational change we need - based on principles of trust, accountability and justice. This ultimately means forging a new, more inclusive social contract.”

UNDP - 2020 Human Development Report to Focus on Meeting People’s Aspirations in Balance with the Planet

  • 11 junio 2020

“It makes no sense to think of people - and development - as somehow separate from the planet. We are embedded in nature. Neglecting this not only threatens future generations with catastrophic risks but is already blighting the lives of many today,” says Pedro Conceição, Director of the Human Development Report Office at UNDP.

PNUD: Los Gobiernos deben encabezar la lucha contra la información errónea y la desinformación

  • 10 junio 2020

Cuando los Gobiernos nacionales se ponen del lado de su pueblo y construyen una relación de confianza, pueden mitigar las peores amenazas de la información errónea y, a su vez, evitar más pérdidas de vidas y medios de vida.

El asesoramiento sobre COVID-19 cambia con rapidez conforme evolucionan los conocimientos médicos; es esta evolución veloz y los efectos paralizantes sobre la vida y los medios de subsistencia los que han despertado la sed pública de información. Las redes sociales, las fuentes informales de noticias y el periodismo marginal han llenado este vacío, a menudo sembrando miedo, estigmatización, discriminación y confusión.

UNCDF and UNDP Join Forces to Improve Flow of Remittances and Counter Socio-Economic Impacts of COVID-19

  • 26 mayo 2020

“The hardship of COVID-19 felt by migrants in the form of lost wages and employment – often without government safety nets – is a large part of this crisis in remittances. The decline also results from a host of issues caused by the coronavirus that impact the services migrants use to send money home – including the restrictions placed on remittance services providers and their agents. The loss of this crucial financing lifeline is devastating for both the migrant households and receiving countries,” said Judith Karl, Executive Secretary for UNCDF. “UNCDF, together with UNDP, is committed to supporting the Member State-led call to action and to ensuring that every measure is available to facilitate migrants in sending remittances home.”

COVID-19: UNDP Urges Swift Action to Address Violence Against Women and Girls During Pandemic

  • 26 mayo 2020

Guidance from UNDP, Gender-based violence and COVID-19, also recommends developing new protocols to provide support via phone or online platforms rather than in person, expanding immediate response services in order to save lives, and most ensuring that steps to prevent gender-based violence are in every COVID-19 response plan and budget.

SAS- Summit Talks

  • 26 mayo 2020

This webinar falls under the cooperation initiatives being pursued by the Summits of the Americas Secretariat within the framework of implementation of the Mechanism for Follow-up and Implementation of the Lima Commitment, with the participating states, Joint Summit Working Group (JSWG) entities, and civil society and social actors.

UNDP - COVID-19 Sparks Urgency Around Justice for Women, New Report Calls for Action

  • 20 mayo 2020

Curtailed access to justice institutions, rising intimate partner violence, growing injustice for women workers – including those on the frontlines of the crisis –, and discriminatory laws are some of the major risks to women’s lives and livelihoods associated with COVID-19. Estimates suggest that roughly 2.73 billion women around the world live in countries where stay-at-home orders are in place, which sharply heightens the risk of intimate partner violence.

UN Sets Out COVID-19 Social and Economic Recovery Plan/ UN

  • 7 mayo 2020
UN Sets Out COVID-19 Social and Economic Recovery Plan/ UN

With economies stumbling and unemployment soaring, UN ramps up plans for social and economic recovery alongside WHO-led health response.

Global Humanitarian Response Plan Covid-19

  • 30 abril 2020

UN Global Humanitarian Response Plan

UNDP partners with Heart17 to fight COVID-19

  • 21 abril 2020

Heart17 collaboration brings companies together with the United Nations to share life-saving information

A pandemic gives permission for change

  • 17 abril 2020
A pandemic gives permission for change

In an article by the United Nations Development Programme, UNDP, the situation is analyzed on the assumption that the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has unleashed disruption and devastation around the globe, bringing into sharp focus our global connectedness and the interdependencies between economic, social and environmental outcomes. Economies have slowed to a trickle; daily routines are suspended; enterprises are in hibernation; millions of people are unemployed; and more than a hundred thousand lives have been lost. As is often the case, the most disadvantaged are expected to be the most affected. The UNDP points out that this international health crisis is only the latest in a series of events to expose how vulnerable poor and marginalized communities are and how fragile our planet’s ecosystem is.

Bringing the power of global innovation to tackle COVID-19

  • 15 abril 2020

UNDP and Hackster, the largest online open-source hardware community, have mobilized some of the biggest names in the technology world, with support from Amazon Web Services, Arduino, Arm, Avnet, Edge Impulse, Google, Microsoft, NVIDIA, NVP, Nordic Semiconductor, Soracom, and The Things Industries. In partnership, we are launching the COVID-19 Detect & Protect Challenge.

UNDP and Hackster.io partner to launch a global innovation challenge to tackle COVID-19

  • 14 abril 2020

The fight against COVID-19 is at a crucial tipping point, so the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Hackster.io, an Avnet company and the largest online open-source technology hardware community, are taking action. The two organizations have partnered to launch the COVID-19 Detect and Protect Challenge to create open-source technology that developing countries can leverage in the fight against this global pandemic.

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