Strengthening Resilience to Covid-19 Online through Social Cohesion


The global sweep of the Covid-19 pandemic poses serious challenges for developing countries and regions such as South Asia. Marginalized populations that share intersecting identities, such as women and girls, youth, and ethnic and religious minorities, are especially vulnerable to the health, rights and security, economic, and broader governance implications of the crisis. The Asia Foundation’s regional project, the South Asia Regional Project to Strengthen Community Resilience to Covid-19, supported by the European Commission, aims to address the immediate threats and long-term implications of the Covid-19 pandemic faced by the most vulnerable populations of Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives.

Posted August 25, 2021
Related locations: Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka
Related topics: Covid-19