Since March 2020 ACAPS has focused its analytical engine on examining the COVID-19 pandemic, and its impact on humanitarian outcomes around the world
Over the past months ACAPS has developed a COVID-19 analytical framework to guide a coherent approach to analysis across the world, developed two global datasets (Government Measures and Secondary Impacts of COVID-19) and published over 30 analytical products through its teams in Geneva, Bangladesh, Jordan and Colombia.
While many COVID-19: Key questions and information gaps remain, the immediate crisis is subsiding through the leaps forward in global knowledge and understanding of the virus. ACAPS is taking this opportunity to reflect on its COVID-19 analysis to date, identify key findings, lessons and emerging analysis needs.
This project is in collaboration with
Global gender analysis on COVID-19 and livelihood
Global gender analysis on COVID-19, health and protection
DRC: Impact of COVID-19, conflict and policy reforms on education
Burkina Faso: COVID-19, insecurity and education
Greece: Fires and COVID-19 caused displacement in Lesvos
COVID-19 and Migrant Vulnerability in Bangladesh, India and ...
Mexico: COVID-19 and Migration
Bangladesh: Covid-19 Explained, Four Months of COVID-19 prog...
Bangladesh: Covid-19 Explained, Rohingya report on the epide...
COVID-19 Government Measures Update IX
COVID-19 Anticipatory Analysis
ACAPS explored potential risks and scenarios through forward looking analysis in Cameroon, Sierra Leone, Yemen, Venezuela, Cox’s Bazar and at the global level.
COVID-19 Perspectives of communities
ACAPS has looked at the perspectives of communities in Yemen and Cox’s Bazar on COVID-19 and the interplay of cultural factors in outbreak containment and management.