RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Prioritizing the reopening of safe schools. Guaranteeing universal basic income. Connecting all children and adolescents to the internet by 2030. Offering attractive green credit lines and investing in smart cities. These are some of the 55 measures for Brazil to overcome the crisis caused by Covid-19 and promote short and long term recovery.
This is suggested in the report released on Wednesday, September 29, by United Nations (UN) agencies and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO). Entitled 'Covid-19 and Sustainable Development: Assessing the crisis with an eye on recovery', the work is the result . . .