GIZ has published this discussion paper in which the authors, Thomas Forster and Florence Egal, argue that from diverse experiences of countries and that of local and regional governments1, it is evident that the Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) has a number of territorial dimensions that need to be better understood for more effective responses. They stress that it is important to elicit key messages relating
territorial approaches to COVID-19 in order to show the possible contribution of a territorial development perspective to recovery efforts that seek to address combined health, social and economic
The paper is available HERE.
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