COVID-19 in Nigeria

“While the government was prompt to address the health and socio-economic dimensions of the pandemic, the lockdowns, school closures and other emergency restrictions were imposed hurriedly without adequate preparation and poor consultation with appropriate stakeholders.”

via INCLUDE & CSEA

COVID-19 in Ghana

“This report examines the impact of the state and non-state COVID-19 responses on the wellbeing of Rwanda’s poor, specifically: taxi-velo drivers, taxi-moto drivers, market women and the elderly.”

via INCLUDE & CSEA

Policy responses to COVID-19 and socio-economic vulnerability of households in Mali

“This report systematically reconstructs and analyses the state and non-state responses to COVID-19 in Ghana and their impact on the wellbeing of Ghana’s poor and vulnerable, more specifically Kayayei in Accra, residents of Chorkor in Accra and market women in Bolgatanga.”

via INCLUDE & CSEA

The equity implications of COVID-19 responses: Nigeria case study

“The impact of the pandemic and the range of measures to curb its spread have been monumental in three key areas: access to work and education, systems of power, and the relationship between citizens and the government. This research aims to assess the impacts of these policy interventions and mitigation responses.”

via INCLUDE & CSEA