We are working with Bloomberg Philanthropies, Johns Hopkins University, What Works Cities, The Behavioral Insights Team, and other partners to help cities all over the world achieve effective and equitable COVID-19 response and recovery—from crisis management to vaccination rollout to long-term economic recovery.
COVID-19 is an unprecedented global challenge with implications for public health, economic recovery, equity, education, public services, and more—nearly every aspect of our lives has been affected by the pandemic. A global crisis demands a global response; governments at every level are responsible for their contribution to equitable response and recovery. However, they are working with reduced budgets and staff, uncharted logistical puzzles, and the very real stress and exhaustion of dealing with this for over a year.
Our work is rooted in an immense appreciation for the role of Mayors in this work. With strong community ties and a deep understanding of their local context, Mayors can identify and advocate for vulnerable populations; allocate resources on the ground; and serve as liaisons for residents, state and county officials, and community leaders. In addition to custom support, we've worked with our partners—Mayors and other city leaders—throughout the pandemic to provide resources such as:
This work is rapid and ongoing, with results as unique as the solutions that made them possible. Check back for updates or email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
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