NEW YORK 9 June 2020 – When borders all over the world close down, what happens to those countries dependent on moving goods and services through them?
NEW YORK 29 May 2020 – The impacts of COVID-19 will have significant long term socio-economic impacts on the world’s Landlocked Developing Countries.
NEW YORK 27 May 2020 – The coronavirus pandemic is much more than a health crisis that is resulting in significant socio-economic impacts affecting the ability of Landlocked Developing Countries (LLDCs) to achieve the goals of the Vienna Programme of Action for LLDCs for the decade 2014-2024 and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Le Programme d’action de Vienne en faveur des pays en développement sans littoral
The COVID-19 pandemic and its enormous impacts – on a scale we have never seen before – have drawn attention to the deep and fragile interconnections between people, planet and prosperity.
NEW YORK, 6 April 2020 – With COVID-19, the world is facing an unprecedented threat. The novel coronavirus has spread to over 200 countries and territories that are facing, in the words of the Deputy Secretary-General, “not just a health emergency or a humanitarian emergency but for the first time a development emergency.”