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A dedicated page to share knowledge on how the coronavirus pandemic and related interventions are likely to affect development programmes and the livelihoods of people in Africa.
On November 16th, INCLUDE held the third session of its 2020 Platform Meeting with members,…
Covid-19 has catapulted social protection into the spotlight. From furloughing to school feeding programmes delivered…
COVID-19 has caused the largest disruption to education systems in history. Closures of schools and other learning spaces have impacted almost 1.6 billion learners in over 190 countries, representing 94 percent of the world’s student population.
The summary (incl. video) of the first webinar in Uganda in a series that aims at bringing youth voices in policy dialogues on decent work in Africa.
The results suggest that that cash helped hard-hit households weather a storm, but that Universal Basic Income was not enough to shield households completely from the economic hit, in part because it had induced them to increase their risk exposure.
Factsheet on ‘A feminist exploration of COVID-19 measures in Burkina Faso and Ghana‘, as part of INCLUDE research programme ‘Equity in COVID-19‘.
Factsheet on ‘ The COVID-19 pandemic and inequality: are Benin’s mitigation actions and strategies inclusive?‘, as part of INCLUDE research programme ‘Equity in COVID-19‘.
Factsheet on ‘Covid-19 policies in Niger: top-down governance, bottom-up mistrust‘, as part of INCLUDE research programme ‘Equity in COVID-19‘.
Factsheet on ‘Assessing equity in COVID-19 social protection policies for vulnerable groups in Mozambique‘, as part of INCLUDE research programme ‘Equity in COVID-19‘.