Pie chart that shows distribution of end dates for different countries and regions
World map that shows colored distributin of NHPSP end dates among countries. This views includes different filters.
Shows countries and their corresponding NHPSP end dates. Includes filters.
Visulisation of the UHC Partnership Support to WHO Country Offices
Financial visulisation of the UHC Partnership Support
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This policy tracker summarizes the key economic responses governments are taking to limit the human and economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The tracker includes 196 economies. Last updated on October 9, 2020
What are countries doing to contain the spread of the coronavirus? How are countries helping people, small businesses and the economy to weather the crisis and beyond? This Country Policy Tracker helps you to navigate the global response.
The Oxford COVID-19 Government Response Tracker (OxCGRT) systematically collects information on several different common policy responses that governments have taken to respond to the pandemic on 17 indicators such as school closures and travel restrictions. It now has data from more than 180 countries.
Countries are taking unprecedented measures to combat the spread of the disease, while ameliorating its pernicious effect on the economy and labour market.
Find out the policies implemented by governments, employers’ and workers’ organizations, and the ILO in 188 countries and territories.
The WIPO COVID-19 IP Policy Tracker provides information on measures adopted by IP offices in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, such as the extension of deadlines. In addition, the policy tracker provides information on legislative and regulatory measures for access and voluntary actions.
The COVID-19 Global Gender Response Tracker monitors policy measures enacted by governments worldwide to tackle the COVID-19 crisis, and highlights responses that have integrated a gender lens. It includes national measures that are directly addressing women’s economic and social security, including unpaid care work, the labour market and violence against women.