The ADP COVID-19 Policy Mapper aims to facilitate access to relevant information on the policy measures adopted by Arab governments to contain the pandemic and to address its impact. By providing access to policy measures and latest data available at the economic, social, and environmental levels, the mapper acts as a quick one-stop-shop to help users form a preliminary contextualized analysis that takes into consideration the country’s sources of vulnerabilities and structural deficits while accounting for its pillars of resilience. The mapper does not claim to be exhaustive of all measures and indicators, and there are other mappers that offer a more zoomed-in lens on specific topics, and that are equally useful.
Labor market and employment
Trade, tourism and remittances
Access to sanitation
Access to information
Accountability, trust and satisfaction
E-governance and ICT infrastructure
General government effectiveness
Information on COVID-19 measures is collected from publicly available online sources, such as websites of ministries, central banks, and public institutions. When information is not accessible on these websites, the Mapper relies on similar platforms that have been launched by other international organizations. Data on indicators are collected from databases of international organizations and users will be directed to the ADP database.
The respective measure has been adopted by the government
The respective measure has not been adopted by the government
The respective measure is not relevant
Not enough data to confirm adoption of the measure