The crisis in Ukraine is hitting the global economy at a time when the world is struggling to recover from the economic repercussions of the Covid-19 pandemic. This column examines the implications of Russia’s invasion for Egypt’s most vulnerable children and families, as they face the ripple effects of the crisis.
Nesma MamdouhSenior Statistician, Economic Research Forum
Received her PhD degree in Statistics from Faculty of Graduate Studies & Statistical Research, Cairo University and she received a Bachelor degree in Mathematical Statistics and Computer Science from Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University. Her research interests are in the areas of mathematical statistics and also socio-economic research. She has published research articles in several reputed international journals of mathematical and engineering sciences. For work experience, she worked as a statistician at CAPMAS and she’s currently working as a Senior Statistician at ERF.