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UNDP – Viet Nam partnership officially started in 1978. Since then UNDP has been working closely with the Government and other partners to expand the choices for people and ensure that everyone has equal access to opportunities to realize their full potentials.
COVID-19 Socio-economic Impact on Vulnerable Households and Enterprises: a gender sensitive assessment
The assessment, based on the UN’s focus on the most vulnerable and leaving no one behind, complements the NCIF’s efforts on the COVID-19 impact on macro-economic indicators. With a purposive sampling of more than 900 vulnerable households and 900 vulnerable household businesses, MSMEs in 58 out of 63 provinces across Viet Nam, the survey brings to the fore: (i) evidence of COVID-19 impact on vulnerable households and businesses, (ii) their coping strategies and (iii) provides voices of those impacted on the Government support policies.
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