Town Hall with Vice President Barbara Jackson

The magnitude of the health and economic fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic is still uncertain, but it is clear that it will be catastrophic for hundreds of millions of the poorest and most vulnerable families who are always one setback away from falling deeper into poverty.

On May 27, 2020, Vice President for Programs, Barbara Jackson discussed some the global impact of Covid -19 on poverty in developing countries and compare experiences from previous humanitarian crises with that of Covid-19. She discussed Trickle Up’s particular role, potential changes for the future, and examine the role that international NGOs and civil society have in supporting response and recovery for the most vulnerable and marginalized. Watch below or on Vimeo.

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Andrew Rizzardi joined Trickle Up in 2018 as the Communications Officer in the New York office where he is responsible implementing aspects of the communications strategy including creating communications collateral, managing the organization’s website, and leading various outreach initiatives. Prior to joining Trickle Up, Andrew managed communications and technology at the Institute for the Study […]