Global evidence for how EdTech can support pupils with disabilities is ‘thinly spread’

Report reveals ‘astonishing’ shortage of information about how rapid advances in educational technology could help pupils with disabilities in low and middle-income countries

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Households in Zimbabwe affected by fall armyworm are 12% more likely to experience hunger

CABI has led the first study to explore the income and food security effects of the fall armyworm invasion on a country — revealing that in Zimbabwe smallholder maize-growing households blighted by the pest are 12% more likely to experience hunger

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Implementation of recuperation unit, hospitalization rates among people experiencing homelessness with COVID-19

What The Study Did: Boston experienced a COVID-19 surge that disproportionately affected persons experiencing homelessness and a large safety-net hospital

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FAPESP promotes webinar to discuss the impacts of pandemic on schools and families

The pandemic has exacerbated pre-existing educational disparities. ‘Education: COVID-19 and social inequalities’ will be the theme of the next FAPESP COVID-19 Webinar on March 3rd, 2021

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The Lancet: USA failing to reach populations most in need of HIV prevention and treatment services as epidemic grows in the South and rural areas

People who are racial, sexual, and gender minorities continue to be affected by HIV at significantly higher rates than white people, a disparity also reflected in the COVID-19 pandemic

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