Human capital is fundamental for sustained economic development. However, COVID 19 has caused various disruptions in the country’s human resource development; and has long-term implications for country’s skills development. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on sustainable development efforts, hitting hard the most vulnerable groups and sectors such as children and education. The pandemic pushed population to poverty and unemployment. The study will assess implications of COVID 19 on human capital development with specific focus on labour market; drivers and interventions of addressing morbidities and health outcomes; and identify mechanisms for building resilient systems for human capital development in the Country. This research will be done by Social Sector Department.
Introduction Agri-food trade is a critical component to achieving the twin goals of food and nutrition security and global health. Trade affects the different dimensions