One year of digital EU response to COVID-19
Tuesday, 29 June, 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. (CET), 2021
On 29 June 2021, the Digital4Development (D4D) Hub on behalf of the European Commission and the Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the European Union organized the High-level online Event “One year of digital EU response to COVID-19".
One year after “Communication on the Global EU response to COVID-19” JOIN(2020) 11 final, 8 April 2020, the event showcased the Team Europe’s actions, impacts on innovative digital COVID-19 projects, and learnings for the way forward for the digital Team Europe COVID-19 response worldwide.
In the past year, the EU Commission and Member States supported successful projects in the global pandemic response which have reached 206 million people and 661,000 citizens in 42 countries benefitted directly from the COVID-19 response activities.
The results shown at the event have confirmed the strength and potential of digital solutions to tackle the Covid-19 crisis, for international cooperation and for global recovery.
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See below the full recording of the high-level event
Introduction and impulse by EU Commission, DG INTPA
Digital portfolio & first impacts from the joint D4D Hub
D4D agenda by Portugal’s 2021 EU Council Presidency
Human Development and D4D partnerships
Digital Solutions for Education & Health
Team Europe Approach: digital solutions strengthening education and health system in Africa.
“Resilience for COVID-19 through digitalisation (ResiCOdi)”
ACP-EU Covid-19 Digital Response Program
Presentation of the ACP-EU covid19 Digital Response Program. Introduction to Wehubit and announcement of the launch of the call for projects
Digital Solutions for COVID-19 disease Surveillance & Monitoring
Strengthen disease surveillance and monitoring systems for Covid-19 in the IGAD Region
Empowering youth in times on COVID-19 on the journey “YOMA learning to earning”
Team Europe to respond to Global Challenges in Digital Health
Presentation of a joint Team Europe approach in Digital Health
Entering a world post-COVID-19