Man walking in front of a wall with COVID-19 graffiti
Credit: GPSDD

Solar Ups Circuit Diagram As with many of the global challenges we work to tackle every day, the COVID-19 pandemic requires collective action and a coordinated response. COVID-19 has intensified the urgent need for timely data, and as the virus, and its after effects, continue to spread around the world, the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data is looking towards the data, and we are calling on our network to come together to do what we do best - support each other with vital resources, produce quality data, analyze and use the data, implement good practices, share experiences, or ask for support if you need it. By rallying around action based on facts and science, in the spirit of compassion and collaboration, we can build a better post-COVID world. 

Wiring Diagram Motor Dc As a network, we know we are uniquely positioned Home Inverter Wiring Diagram in forming connections and spaces for collaboration during crises. In response, we launched:

  • Water Heater Wiring Schematic, which we are constantly updating.
  • The 1987 Mustang Alternator Wiring in partnership with the UN Economic Commission for Africa. Through this initiative, we are engaging in 22 countries across Africa, have built a roster of 31 data suppliers globally, and have developed partnerships between governments, stakeholders in need of timely data and insights, and data providers in 10 countries. Examples of partnerships include the development of COVID-19 data dashboards at the national level and rapid agriculture data collection mechanisms to address exacerbated food security concerns.
  • Heidenhain Encoder Wiring, in partnership with the UN Statistics Division and Open Data Watch, to providing guidance and resources on how to continue essential operations and respond to new demands in the current situation.
  • Electronic mailing lists for national statistical offices, to provide an easy-to-use medium to share experiences.

Contributing Partners

United Nations Economic Commission for Africa
Multilateral Organization
Established by the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations (UN) in 1958 as one of the UN's five regional commissions, the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa's (ECA) mandate is to promote the economic and social development of its member states, foster intra-regional integration, and promote international cooperation for Africa's development.

Resources on COVID-19 Response