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COVID-19 et transferts monétaires : ressources, orientations, événements et questions

Credit: Columbia University in the City of New York

Nous espérons que vous tenez à l’abri en ces temps incertains. Alors que le COVID-19 continue de se propager dans le monde entier, il semble que chaque communauté sera touchée d’une manière ou d’une autre, que ce soit directement par le virus ou par ses répercussions économiques et autres.

Il y a eu beaucoup de discussions au sein du réseau du CALP Network sur ce que la pandémie signifie pour l’utilisation des Transferts Monétaires et pour les opérations des membres du CALP.

Orientations et ressources

 

 

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