Pandemic Preparedness and Response

How has COVID-19 impacted people in the Democratic Republic of Congo?

Mass vaccination in the Democratic Republic of Congo is key in getting the pandemic under control. Image: UNSPLASH/Towfiqu barbhuiya

Yele Batana

Senior Economist with the Poverty and Equity Unit, World Bank’s Africa Region

Alexandra Jarotschkin

Economist, World Bank’s Poverty and Equity Global Practice

Mervy Ever Viboudoulou Vilpoux

Economist, World Bank’s Poverty and Equity Global Practice

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