Join us virtually for an exciting talk!
Ally Bayfield – Social Inclusion Specialist working on COVID-19 crisis response in Bangladesh - talks about the implications for health, economy, corruption, environment, Rohingya, and more.
Ally is a social inclusion specialist who has worked in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors since 2009, and works to engage and support vulnerable and marginalised people. This has included work in India, Rwanda and (currently) Bangladesh. Ally is a Social Development Advisor for the UK's Department for International Development. She advises on a broad portfolio covering health, education, environmental disaster response, the Rohingya refugee crisis, disability inclusion and safeguarding. Since March 2020, Ally has been in the UK's COVID-19 crisis response team for Bangladesh.
Ally will discuss the impact of COVID-19 on Bangladesh, including:
The progression and trajectory of COVID-19 in the country and health sector response,
Changing poverty dynamics and secondary impacts,
Issues facing Rohingya refugees, and
The current cyclone/monsoon season.
Ally's presentation will be followed by a Q&A session.
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