Town Hall with Leah Berkowitz

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 Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at 9am EDT, the Director of Program Quality, Leah Berkowitz discussed how Trickle Up is adapting our programs now, how we are learning about the effects of Covid-19 on the people we serve, and how this will inform how we work with them after the Covid-19 crisis. She examines how our projects are already changing due to the pandemic, how social safety nets can be integrated for participants’ health and well-being, and how participants can build economic resilience in the face of extreme market disruption.

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