Creating a COVID-19 dataset: Challenges and opportunities
The Copenhagen Center for Disaster Research and the School of Global Health at the University of Copenhagen are pleased to invite you to an online talk with Lars Peter Nissen from ACAPS.
Lars Peter Nissen will speak about ACAPS’ work on compiling a COVID-19 dataset predominantly focusing on the immediate, short and medium-term secondary effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
ACAPS has been striving towards a global analysis, providing a broad overview of the situation overall, as well as context specific analysis, with a narrower focus on regions, countries and crisis hot spots.
Lars will talk for approximately 30 minutes, followed by a 15 minutes Q&A.
About Lars Peter Nissen
Lars Peter Nissen has been Director of ACAPS since 2009. Experienced in response to both sudden-onset disasters and more protracted crises, he has for the past 20 years worked in numerous crisis across the world, including Myanmar, Pakistan, El Salvador, Turkey, Uganda, Angola, Mozambique, DPRK, Afghanistan, and Zimbabwe. He has conducted a range of reviews and analyses of humanitarian programmes for NGOs, the Red Cross/Red Crescent movement and the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.
If you are interested, you can also read the article on ACAPS' mapping of COVID-19 government measures worldwide.