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COVID-19 pandemics has derailed sustainable development goals of the United Nations

However, the pandemic and the lockdown have pushed several governments around the world to adapt and to innovate by expanding their welfare programs, including India, several countries have expanded the scope of their food security schemes. They have diverted huge amounts of financial resources to strengthen their healthcare infrastructure. They have tried to increase the coverage of social security measures, such as insurance. They have announced greater credit and financial support to MSMEs. They've also come out with several fiscal and monetary policy initiatives to help their economies revive and help fund the expanded socio-economic welfare programs. Countries around the world have even taken note of how the pandemic and the lockdown have had a disproportionate impact on women. They have recognized the sudden increase in gender violence and domestic violence. Governments around the world have tried to take suitable measures to promote the welfare of women. Since the pandemic has breached the capacities of the public sector. It has pushed governments around the world to seek greater partnerships with the private sector. To jointly mobilize the resources and fight the pandemic. And as well as combat the socio-economic challenges that have been brought up by the pandemic.    But all in all, there is no doubt that the pandemic has derailed the achievement of the sustainable development goals of the UN. If we are to achieve the SDG goals that what we need is a complete revolution in our policy mindset. Governments around the world to adopt a more inclusive approach towards governance to make their key institutions, more resilient through appropriate reforms to enable the key institutions to adapt to any future shocks on the scale of the COVID-19. The governments to adopt a universal approach towards social protection and provide universal coverage in their food security schemes in their insurance programs, education, and health care. To ensure complete social protection for the weaker section, governments, especially that of developing countries need to push towards a greener and more sustainable future. To tackle the combined effects of climate change, and the COVID 19 pandemic on the weaker and vulnerable sections.

We know COVID-19 pandemic and the countrywide lockdowns that followed, around the world have pushed millions of people into poverty, and it has exposed the weakness and the fragility of our socio-economic welfare system, the pandemic has exposed the weakness in our healthcare system. It has exposed, the lack of coverage of our social security measures. It has also exposed the weak financial support and credit support given to small industries, especially the MSME sector.

However, the pandemic and the lockdown have pushed several governments around the world to adapt and innovate to expanding their welfare programs, including India, several countries have expanded the scope of their food security schemes. They have diverted huge amounts of financial resources to strengthen their healthcare infrastructure. They have tried to increase the coverage of social security measures, such as insurance. They have announced greater credit and financial support to MSMEs. They've also come out with several fiscal and monetary policy initiatives to help their economies revive and help fund to expanded socio-economic welfare programs.
Countries around the world have even taken note of how the pandemic and the lockdown have had a disproportionate impact on women. They have recognized the sudden increase in gender violence and domestic violence. Governments around the world have tried to take suitable measures to promote the welfare of women. Since the pandemic has breached the capacities of the public sector. It has pushed governments around the world to seek greater partnerships with the private sector to jointly mobilize the resources and fight the pandemic. And as well as combat the socio-economic challenges that have been brought up by the pandemic.


 But all in all, there is no doubt that the pandemic has derailed the achievement of the sustainable development goals of the UN. If we are to achieve the SDG goals that what we need is a complete revolution in our policy mindset. Governments around the world to adopt a more inclusive approach towards governance to make their key institutions, more resilient through appropriate reforms to enable the key institutions to adapt to any future shocks on the scale of the COVID-19. The governments to adopt a universal approach towards social protection and provide universal coverage in their food security schemes in their insurance programs, education, and health care. To ensure complete social protection for the weaker section, governments, especially that of developing countries need to push towards a greener and more sustainable future. To tackle the combined effects of climate change, and the COVID 19 pandemic on the weaker and vulnerable sections.

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