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Responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic: Leaving No Country Behind

The report highlights that in addition to the risk of leaving behind vulnerable groups within countries, vulnerable countries, too, face the risk of being left behind. This is especially the case for…  


Gender Disaster Management and the Private Sector

This document presents the importance of gender in the private sector and disaster management, and the connections between them. Developed as a starting point to a new thematic area for the Connecting…  


Legal and Policy Trends Impacting People Living with HIV and Key Populations in Asia and the Pacific 2014-2019

This report aims to give the reader a better understanding of laws and policies that hinder an effective HIV response in Asia and the Pacific, and that the evidence will lead to the reform of harmful…  


The climate COVID-19 nexus: How we can equip our healthcare systems for the future

Coping with non-pandemic related health issues, including the increasing health-related effects of climate change.  


Fast-Tracking the SDGs: Driving Asia-Pacific Transformations

This report explores six transformative entry points that can help the region achieve the SDGs, including in the context of efforts to respond to the pandemic. It highlights strategies deployed in…  


Multi-Country Western Pacific Integrated HIV/TB Programme Key Performance Indicator Results 2019

This document provides key performance indicator results for 2019 of the Multi-Country Western Pacific Integrated HIV/TB Programme.  


Em[powered] island communities lead energy innovation

In many island countries, only a small percentage of electricity comes from renewable sources. A look at three nations that are changing that.  


Powering change in Vanuatu

A tiny South Pacific island gets a new lease on life with solar energy.  


"Land as mother, forest as father, water as blood."

Winners of the 2019 Equator Prize honoured in New York.  


Lessons for life: preparing students for tsunamis

In the past 100 years, 58 tsunamis have killed more than 260,000 people, higher than any other natural hazard.