en   |   pl
614 responses worldwide


All categories Health Inclusion Lockdown Unemployment
All types Response Response Expanded Solution
Published 19.06.2020 05:19
Malaysia has launched a fourth economic stimulus package valued at $8.2 billion (RM35 billion), aiming at checking unemployment.
The plan includes wage subsidies extension from three months to six months. Up to 200,000 jobless and younger Malaysians will also be benefited.
Unemployment, ,
Published 25.05.2020 14:15
Kenya provides financial support for athletes during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Kenyan government has set aside 100 million shillings (US $ 940,000) to assist athletes affected by Covid-19 and canceled or postponed sporting events. So far a total of 1500 athletes have been identified as needing financial assistance. Each athlete will be assisted with food packages and US$100.
Published 27.04.2020 19:04
In Lithuania, freelancers will receive 257 euros per month during the lockdown.
People who can benefit from this measure are affected self-employed who paid social insurance contributions for at least 3 months during the last 12 months. Other measures include subsidies up to 90% of the wages to maintain workplaces and postponing tax payments.
Published 27.04.2020 17:18
In Taiwan, self-employed workers and those without specific employers can apply for $1,000 aid from the government over a three-month period.
The funding will benefit up to 1.3 million workers in Taiwan. It is one of the measures in Taiwan government’s $35 billion (1.05 trillion TWD) stimulus package.
Published 27.04.2020 15:55
In Singapore, self-employed workers can apply for income relief from April 27
The scheme will help people who lose income because of Covid-19 and they would get cash payouts of $2,100 (3000 Singapore dollars). About 100,000 self-employed people are automatically eligible.
Published 27.04.2020 13:41
In Switzerland, the government will pay freelancers for work lost.
Self-employed workers will be paid 80 percent of their daily salary to a maximum of CHF196 per day (about 186 euros). This is one of a package of measures announced by the government for a total of CHF 40 billion. These include: business liquidity for companies which may ask for…
Published 27.04.2020 06:36
In Mauritius, the government extends financial assistance to the private sector and self-employed.
Among the key economic responses to limit the human and economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, the government has earmarked Rs 4 billion (approximately US $100 million) for the extension of the Wage Assistance Scheme to cover the month of April 2020, and an additional sum of Rs 500 million…
Published 25.04.2020 18:46
In Norway, the government introduces a crisis package to protect freelancers and self-employed people from the economic consequences of the coronavirus outbreak.
After 17 days after loss of income, they will receive temporary protection of 80 percent of the average income a person had for the last three years. In addition, those who were temporarily laid off due to coronavirus will receive full pay for 20 days.

Thank you for submitting!

Our reporters will get back to you shortly!

submit a response

Do you know about any initiative, action, project, law…  anything which tries to solve effect of COVID-19? Let us know!

The initiatives can be responses to different effects: unemployment or economic consequences, inclusion of the most vulnerable populations, health responses. And more.
Country, city or area
If you have any source link to it!
We will inform you once your response gets verified and send a lot of love!




en pl

We use cookies on our website. Some materials published on our website include third party content, that use cookies on the behalf of other websites. These websites are Twitter, Facebook, Youtube and Instagram. If you do not agree for the use of cookies by us and by those websites, disable the cookies option in the browser or on the device You are using. If you use the opt-out option, you will not have access to our contents. You can find out more about the data processing in the “Privacy policy” page.