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Evidence suggests that the pandemic may slow or reverse girls' previous educational gains, and urgent action is needed to ensure girls return to school.
The WikiAfrica programme translates online content into nearly 20 African languages, including Twi, Swahili, Afrikaans and Dagbani.
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the essential role that care workers play and reform in the sector should be part of pandemic recovery plans.
Still reeling from the financial fallout of the pandemic, the arts sector is finding novel ways to make live shows a safe space for audiences.
Top stories: Study suggests P1 variant in Brazil is mutating; WTO head lays out global action to boost vaccine access; More than 200,000 new COVID-19 cases reported in India.
Governments must tailor their fiscal policy response to COVID-19, with the IMF recommending targeted support to vulnerable homes and focused support to viable firms.
Top stories: J&J vaccine paused in United States amidst blood clot fears; Sweden infections become second highest in Europe; Dutch government extends COVID-19 restrictions.
Vaccine passports for coronavirus could help ease lockdowns. However, lawmakers and civil rights groups have raised multiple equality and privacy concerns.
COVID-19 lockdowns have led to a range of cognitive and mental health issues, even among people who had no previous psychological problems. But socialising can help.
Top stories: WTO head seeks solutions to 'glaring' vaccine inequality; Antonio Guterres suggests tax to tackle post-pandemic inequality; India reports more than 160,000 new COVID-19 cases.
A new World Economic Forum-Ipsos survey asked participants when they felt life would return to something like a pre-COVID normal - with mixed opinions globally.