COVID-19 has triggered a massive shift to the use of digital technology in work, education and other aspects of life. Gender-sensitive policies are needed to make sure that women benefit from these changes.
Vaccination programs and travel bubbles are still in their infancy. They could help revive tourism in Asia and the Pacific but governments need to pave the way with the right policies.
The pandemic threatens to reverse recent progress on gender equality. Making women central to pandemic recovery efforts will help the region to build back better. Here are answers to some of the key questions.
Collecting taxes more efficiently allows countries to improve their balance sheets after the pandemic while promoting business investment and sustainable economic growth.
As vaccines are rolled out across Asia and the Pacific, governments need to ensure equitable and transparent distribution. They also need to undertake deep healthcare reforms to manage future health crises. ADB's top health expert answers the pertinent questions.
Боловсролын хоцрогдол ба орлогын алдагдал: Азид сургуулиудыг хаасны улмаас үүссэн их хэмжээний хохирол
Сургуулиудын аюулгүй байдлыг ханган дахин нээж, сурагчдын хоцрогдлыг нөхөх арга хэмжээг нэн тэргүүнд авахгүй бол цар тахлаас үүдэх урт хугацааны хохирлыг Ази тивийн сурагчид төлөх болно.
If safe re-opening and remedial actions are not prioritized, Asia’s students will bear the long-term costs of this pandemic.
Measuring purchasing power is an effective way to track economic recovery after the pandemic, estimate the real sizes of economies, and gauge poverty.
As the region builds back from the pandemic, now is the time to invest in knowledge management. The investment will pay off with interest over the long term.
Post-COVID economic recovery could be delayed in countries with poor track records on governance.