Poverty incidence in PH may rise due to pandemic but reducing poverty still doable—NEDA chief

Secretary Karl Kendrick Chua of the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) said that poverty incidence might temporarily climb to 17.5 percent, given the economic slowdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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PH must address digital infra gaps to cope with the pandemic, other risks

The Philippine government has to build its digital infrastructure to cope with the pandemic and other similar threats in the future.

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Gov'ts should reshape existing systems to adapt to the new normal

Governments should reshape and shift their existing approaches to ensure the effective and efficient delivery of public services, especially in a crisis like the coronavirus pandemic. 

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E-finance key to helping Filipinos cope with COVID-19 pandemic

With the community quarantine still in effect in the country since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, digital services and platforms became the primary means of transaction among Filipinos. Digital payments, for one, have become a necessity.

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