IFRC: COVID-19 and Recovery

IFRC: COVID19 and Recovery (updated by 25/08/20) 

This paper clarifies key concepts and terminology and proposes a general recovery approach for the COVID-19 Operation. It does not include detailed technical guidance for specific recovery interventions, as these are already covered by the guidance produced by sectors and other areas. It pulls together different aspects of recovery from the overall strategy and shows how together they can represent a resilient recovery approach.

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