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Humanitarian crises monitoring: impact of coronavirus

Inquiry

Oral evidence ongoing

 

The International Development Committee has launched an inquiry, Humanitarian crises monitoring, which will start by considering the impact of coronavirus on developing countries around the world and the UK’s response. Countries with on-going humanitarian crises, or other dependencies on development aid, face significantly different challenges than higher income countries in tackling coronavirus. Where local agencies and infrastructure, including healthcare, is limited, and the provision of aid supplies and personnel is restricted, mounting an effective response to the pandemic will be extremely challenging.

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6 July 2020
Inquiry Humanitarian crises monitoring: impact of coronavirus
Committees International Development Committee
Oral Evidence
2 July 2020
Inquiry Humanitarian crises monitoring: impact of coronavirus
Committees International Development Committee
Oral Evidence
16 June 2020
Inquiry Humanitarian crises monitoring: impact of coronavirus
Committees International Development Committee
Oral Evidence
Witnesses Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics (FIND)
Committees International Development Committee
Written Evidence
Witnesses Department for International Development
Committees International Development Committee
Written Evidence
Witnesses OECD
Committees International Development Committee
Written Evidence

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  • Email: indcom@parliament.uk
  • Phone: indcom@parliament.uk, 020 7219 1223/1226 (Inquiry, evidence and General enquiries) / jagoc@parliament.uk, 020 7219 1034 (Media enquiries only)
  • Address: International Development Committee, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA