7th EPRN Annual Research Conference - Economic policy measures to enhance productive capacities post COVID-19 crisis


27 mai 2021
09:00 - 16:20 hrs. CAT (Kigali time)
Hybrid - Online / Kigali SERENA Hotel
, Rwanda

The 7th Annual Economic Policy Research Network Rwanda Conference provides a forum for policymakers, academics, international organisations and development partners to discuss the social and economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic on Rwanda and suggest specific short, medium, and long-term recommendations to recover from the crisis. Due to the challenge presented by the pandemic, the meeting is being held in a hybrid format, whereby a limited number of participants are in a conference room in Kigali and the rest online. In addition to examining the impact of the pandemic on the economy of Rwanda, the conference also features presentations on: poverty; Government policy responses; gender; the role of digital solutions in economic resilience and growth; and the challenges and opportunities of moving to online learning in higher learning institutions in Rwanda.

 

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Co-organisateur(s):
UNCTAD, EPRN, MINICOM, MINECOFIN, UNECA, UNDP, GIZ, and IFPRI
Sponsor / funding:
UNCTAD, MINICOM, UNECA, UNDP, GIZ, IFPRI, Scottish Government, Oxfam, Strengthened Women Networks Greater Impact

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Mr. Patrick Osakwe
Head, Trade and Poverty Branch
Division for Africa, LDCs and Special Programmes
Patrick.Osakwe@unctad.org

Mr. Mussie Delelegn
Chief, LLDC Section
Division for Africa, LDCs and Special Programmes
Mussie.Delelegn@unctad.org