Will COVID-19 relief plans reach the world’s poorest people?

COVID-19 relief plans must intentionally include the world's most marginalized people Image: REUTERS/Adnan Abidi

Shameran Abed

Executive Director, BRAC International, BRAC

Joanne Carter

Executive Director, RESULTS

Barbara Jackson

Vice President of Programs, TrickleUp


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A family in the southern Bangladesh district of Rangpur, participants in BRAC's Ultra-Poor Graduation programme Image: BRAC

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