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The UNDP Regional Bureau for Latin America and the Caribbean has an alliance with GRANDATA to make anonymous mobility data available to researchers and policy-makers, who can use it to understand dimensions of the socio-economic effects of the pandemic and help shape policy response in the region.
In order to promote a collective reflection on issues that will be critical for policy reform towards more equal, more productive and more resilient societies we put forth this call for research proposals that will combine our mobility data with other geo-referenced data available at the country-level to explore questions falling under the general umbrella of the “socio-economic impact and policy response assessments of COVID-19”.
UNDP will provide the selected proposals with country-level datasets containing granular information about the number of times individuals left their homes before and after the global outbreak was declared, which can be used to measure the level of compliance with social distancing obligations, social outing frequencies and the areas where individual outings were concentrated or took place. For more information about the mobility data please see covid.grandata.com/methodology.