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Learning to live with Corona? Kenyan citizens’ knowledge, attitudes and practices

The economic impacts of the Covid-19 outbreak continue to be felt strongly across all households. Nine out of ten citizens say that they will be worse off financially if the virus continues to spread. Those with higher education are slightly less likely (84%) to say things will be worse for them.

Uganda: Well-watered?

More Ugandans now report having access to piped water compared to 2019; 26%, up from 19% in 2019.

Kenya: Living with Coronavirus

Households which depend on casual work, generally concentrated in urban areas especially big cities, are by far the hardest hit by crises of food and income caused by the Coronavirus.

Coping with Coronavirus? Kenyan citizens’ knowledge, attitudes and practices

Most citizens (85%) report that their household has faced lost income or other financial constraints due to the Coronavirus. Citizens have also been affected by increased food prices (28%) and reduced interaction with friends (23%).

Livelihoods under COVID-19: Ugandans views and experiences on livelihoods and agriculture

In rural households however, growing and selling crops is the main source of income for almost half of households. At the same time 1 out of 5 (22%) depend on casual labour for income, similar to urban areas.

Livelihoods under COVID-19: Ugandans views and experiences on livelihoods and inequality.

COVID-19 takes its toll on Ugandan’s pockets: households are spending 30% less compared to January.

Active and engaged? Ugandans’ experiences of participation and citizens’ agency

Civil servants themselves indicate that, while citizens can engage in processes to make their needs known, priority is given to proposals from public officials themselves.
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