Best practices and innovations
The Astana Civil Service Hub, following its mission and aiming to support the governments of the participating countries and contribute to a regional and global partnership, has launched the platform Virtual Alliance of practitioners to exchange knowledge, best practices and apply innovative solutions to respond to COVID-19.
Considering the global impact of the pandemic on the public, economic and other sectors, as well as emerging new challenges, technologies and reforms, the virtual platform expands the scale of activities, aiming to present current best practices & innovations in various fields of participating countries, institutional partners, experts, and practitioners.
All collected materials serve as a catalyst for learning lessons, finding “best fit” solutions, creating unique solutions and capacity building.
Estonian advanced e-health infrastructure has proven especially useful during crisis. These solutions are possible, because everyone’s health records in Estonia are kept digitally in the national patient portal, where citizens can view the information entered by their doctors.
The document provides new difference innovative solutions that could be useful in mitigating the consequenses of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The document provides list of digital solutions that help to ensure sustainable governance processes during any crisis
The paper is prepared by USAID’s Center of Excellence on Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance (DRG Center). It outlines key technical issues related to DRG and COVID-19 and details potential USAID programmatic responses.
The guide aims to provide information for the staff of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and implementing partners on remote monitoring techniques and when they can be employed.
The material was provided by the Zerde National Infocommunication Holding JSC, which presents the summary of solutions of the Department of Digitalization to combat Covid-19 in Almaty city.