Children & COVID-19 Research Library
Sustainable Development Goals: 3
- SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-Being
New evidence database provides one-stop-shop for quality evidence on the effects of the pandemic on children and adolescents
The UNICEF Office of Research – Innocenti has produced the Children and COVID-19 Research Library to highlight the available global scientific research and evidence on children and the coronavirus pandemic.
The searchable database builds on UNICEF Innocenti’s existing COVID-19 rapid research response microsite, which provides updates on our rapid research agenda, related publications, blogs, expert webinars and other scientific resources, to add research from a variety of other reputable sources around the world and from across UNICEF on children and the coronavirus pandemic.
Given the vast number of excellent biomedical research repositories on COVID-19, UNICEF Innocenti’s Children and COVID-19 Library aims to fill in knowledge gaps on the socio-economic impacts of COVID-19 on children, with research drawn largely from the social science literature.
Key topics of the database include child poverty, education, mental health, social protection and child well-being. The database is searchable by title, journal and author and allows users to filter by topic, type of research, country, language, institution, journal title, keywords and date range.