Uzbekistan, UNDP Uzbekistan
Key Finding
1
Amidst the current crisis, the immediate priority of most respondents, everywhere, is improved access to basic services: healthcare, water, sanitation and education
PEOPLE ARE CALLING ON THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY TO PRIORITISE ACCESS TO BASIC SERVICES:
HEALTHCARE, WATER, SANITATION AND EDUCATION, AS WELL AS BROADER INVESTMENT IN YOUTH
1st
Access to basic services: healthcare, water, sanitation & education
  1. Universal access to healthcare
    274225
  2. Increase support to hardest hit places
    198019
  3. Strenghten global solidarity
    192161
  4. Invest more in education and youth
    181552
  5. Universal access to safe water/sanitation
    162100
  6. Address inequalities
    157455
  7. Rethink the global economy
    153743
  8. Tackle the climate crisis
    138708
  9. Prevent and reduce conflict violence
    126670
  10. Make human rights central
    112481
  11. Universal access to digital tech
    101516
  12. Modernize international organizations
    100146
UN75 one-minute survey Q1: What should the international community prioritise to recover better from the pandemic? Each respondent could select up to three responses. Base: 729,550 (all respondents as of 22 April); 1,898,776 responses.
THESE ARE PRIORITY ISSUES IN ALL REGIONS
1st
Access to basic services: healthcare, water, sanitation & education
UN75 one-minute survey Q1: What should the international community prioritise to recover better from the pandemic? Each respondent could select up to three responses. Base: 729,550 respondents (as of 22 April), Central & Southern Asia (234,576), Eastern & South-Eastern Asia (75,182), Europe (100,916), Latin America & Caribbean (49,591), North America (21,207), Northern Africa & Western Asia (56,888), Oceania & Antarctica (13,405), Sub-Saharan Africa (174,397).
IN UN75 DIALOGUES, PARTICIPANTS ACROSS THE WORLD DISCUSSED THE NEED FOR STRONG GLOBAL HEALTH SYSTEMS, BROADER ACCESS TO BASIC SERVICES, AND MORE EQUITABLE ACCESS TO EDUCATION
  • Invest in and build a strong global health system, prioritizing citizen health and well being, working towards universal access to healthcare, and investing more in healthcare technology and equipment.
  • Boost access to basic services more broadly (healthcare, drinking water and education) as central to pandemic response efforts.
  • Ensure equitable access to education, including through education reform. Amid the pandemic, ensure a more equitable shift to digital and online education, solutions for continuing international education, and sustainable financing of schools.
The virus has taken away jobs, interactions, education and peace. Fear is everywhere, and people are not responding well to it. Students who have worked so hard to get an education might not get a job, people who don’t have access to technology can’t move forward in a society that now depends heavily on it, workers who are supporting their families have lost their jobs and it doesn’t seem like life will be back to normal anytime soon, so people are stressed, anxious and depressed because they fear the future.
UN75 dialogue, Mexico
Cameroon, UN Cameroon
Key Finding #2
The second priority for COVID-19 recovery is international solidarity and increased support to those hard hit.