Having pre-ordered enough COVID-19 vaccines to immunise their populaces a few times over, the world's wealthiest countries have already administered millions of shots. But for the developing world, the wait for any doses at all could be much longer.
Global poverty is a dilemma that has ailed economists for millennia. A possible solution has arisen in the aftermath of the Bangladesh Famine of 1974 - microfinance. Now implemented in multiple countries, is this the magic bullet we have been waiting for?
"Seldom do we consider the effect of COVID-19 on charities and non-profit organisations...". We spoke to Literacy Pirrates, Migrant Voice, and Human Appeal and saw an insight to the effect for them and the people they help and how they have had to adapt to survive.