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MENA Crisis Tracker (December 6, 2021) (英语)

The MENA Crisis Tracker is a weekly newsletter that provides information on public health indicators, expected economy-wide losses, and social consequences of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis in the Middle East and North Africa.

详细

  • 文件日期

    2021/12/06

  • 文件类型

    电子刊物

  • 报告号

    148629

  • 卷号

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • 国家

    中东与北非区,

  • 发布日期

    2021/12/09

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • 文件名称

    MENA Crisis Tracker (December 6, 2021)

  • 关键词

    change in poverty; positivity rate; per capita consumption; food security status; increase poverty; resource for information; resource information; last country; food price; food security challenge; public health indicator; emergency food distribution; Shelter in Place; cost of debt; fragile health system; measuring food security; food security potential; informal sector worker; global supply chain; deaths per million; increase in deaths; purchasing power parity; oil price collapse; consumption per capita; distribution of household; public health system; macroeconomic costs; median elasticity; regression results; confirmed case; Fiscal policies; fiscal policy; blood donors; global recession; debt burden; fiscal measure; random testing; government source; fiscal support; available data; Social Protection; standard error; economic shock; missing data; percent change; poverty threshold; population size; fatality rate; food insecurity; regional inequality; prices increase; household survey; data transparency; food category; food expenditure; poverty calculation; measured poverty; vaccination effort; subsequent years; ongoing conflicts; poverty elasticity; vulnerable population; richer countries; calendar year; estimate impact; constant proportion; negative correlation; absolute change; total trade; headcount ratio; global health; migrant worker; scale effect; clinical trial; negative coefficient; fixed effect; good health; emergency use; garment industry; country population; massive increase; prevalence rate; historical context; government support; private debt; selection bias; total deaths; financial crisis; business executive; social media; global debt; downside risk; media coverage; travel restriction; daily deaths; government response; fiscal response; human mobility; satellite data; poverty estimate; debt relief; poor household; consumption relative; economic research; high frequency; coping capacity; marginal improvement; social consequence; radical reform; food system; institutional rigidity; vaccine efficacy; professional plan; Fiscal Sustainability; debt default; seropositivity rates; official statistic; containment policy

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