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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.
The Dutch private sector operations in Kenya can contribute to (some) poverty and inequality reduction,…
While COVID-19 has fundamentally changed the way we all live and work, the pandemic has not affected all equally. It has brought to light existing disparities in both our health and economic systems.
Preliminary findings reveal some interesting patterns (and highlight certain anomalies) in the design and implementation of emergency responses across Sub-Saharan Africa.
"The African Policy Dialogue was a perfect opportunity to learn and experience first-hand the formulation of policy and engagement of stakeholders in addressing youth unemployment in Ghana."
“Know your epidemic, act on its politics” was a lesson learned in the HIV/AIDS pandemic. As Alex De Waal argued back in March, it’s just as important for COVID-19.
Summarising key INCLUDE knowledge products and setting the agenda for financing, African perspectives an different purposes social protection.
Factsheet on ‘Looking beyond the glamour: the cost of Rwanda’s strict COVID-19 response‘, as part of INCLUDE research programme ‘Equity in COVID-19‘.
This report analyses the prevalence and nature of disabilities among children and youth in low- and middle-income countries, identifies the gaps in education between young people with and without disabilities, and discusses the barriers that different groups of children and youth with disabilities (CYWDs) face in accessing opportunities for learning.
Factsheet on ‘Kenya and Uganda country case studies: equity in COVID-19 mitigation and policy response‘, as part of INCLUDE research programme ‘Equity in COVID-19‘.
Factsheet on 'COVID-19 as a looking glass to Ghana’s structural inequalities and mounting distrust in politics', as part of INCLUDE research programme ‘Equity in COVID-19‘.