COVID-19 doesn’t discriminate between “essential” and “non-essential” sectors. Here’s how it has affected various sectors across Malaysia.
REFSA Comm Director Iskandar Fareez along with Hwok Aun Lee of ISEAS discusses NEP’s key lessons, impacts, and implications for Malaysia’s future on BFM podcast.
In REFSA’s #ProjekMuhibah series, Strategy 3 calls for continued and targeted assistance to businesses and individuals. See infographics here.
In #ProjekMuhibah Strategy 3, we propose a comprehensive strategy for governments to raise fiscal spending and provide immediate economic assistance to those hit-hardest by the pandemic.
Malaysia should tailor dynamic SOPs for different sectors and spaces using science and data-driven approaches. Read our full #ProjekMuhibah strategy 2 here.
Instead of blanket lockdowns, REFSA proposes #ProjekMuhibah Policy 1, which comprises a targeted Find, Test, Trace, Isolate, Support and Vaccinate (FTTISV) framework.
REFSA Communications Director, Iskandar Fareez shares with BFM the current pitfalls of the Government’s National Recovery Plan.
We should seize the opportunity during this lockdown to increase testing capacity to reach millions daily in line with suggestions by experts and policymakers, writes Iskandar Fareez.
PEMERKASA Plus stimulus package is like extending a rope that is too short to reach the drowning victim. Here’s our infographics to provide a summary, breakdown and review of the…