Hotspots of Poverty and Contagion: Supporting Cities to Respond and Recover from COVID-19
Join the Georgetown Urban Health Collaborative for a conversation with Olivia D’Aoust
Thursday, March 25, 3:00-4:00PM EST
Olivia is a core member of the World Bank Global Solutions Group on Territorial Development and a senior urban economist with extensive experience in issues related to the economics of urbanization, territorial development, and conflict and fragility. In this session, she will discuss COVID-19 in the context of response and recovery in urban environments and the intersection of poverty and contagion.
This conversation is the third in the Georgetown Urban Health Collaborative 2021 Spring Speaker Series.
Upcoming speakers include:
- Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa “Observatory for Urban Health: An Intersection of Health and Urban Systems at the Local Level”. April 22, 4:00-5:00PM EST.
Previous speakers include:
- Sean Quinn “Planning for Urban Health and Resilience in and Era of Climate Change and Pandemic”.
- Layla McCay “Designing Cities for Mental Health: The Next Frontier in Multidisciplinary Public Health”
Launched in 2017, the Georgetown Urban Health Collaborative aims to champion urban health research &development in cities around the world and the Washington, DC area. The Collaborative is housed in theDepartment of International Health (NHS). Please contact us at email@example.com