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PP67: COVID-19 in Africa - Vulnerabilities and assets for an effective response
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Poursuite des cours à distance pendant la pandémie: Atouts et contraintes au Togo. Read more
COVID-19 lockdown in South Africa highlights disparities in access to services. Read more
Zimbabwe has been on lockdown since March 30 to inhibit the spread of the new coronavirus, though the mining and manufacturing sectors have reopened under rules set by the World Health Organization and public health authorities (Mugabe, 2020). Read more
AD355: Trusted and influential: Religious and traditional leaders can be assets in COVID-19 fight
Trusted and influential: Religious and traditional leaders can be assets in Ghana’s COVID-19 fight. Read more
Dans le contexte de la pandémie du coronavirus, beaucoup d’emplois sont menacés et les individus sans sources de revenus sont de plus en plus vulnérables. Avec les mesures de distanciation sociale partiellement ou entièrement en application dans beaucoup... Read more
A majority (53%) of Africans say they went without needed health care during the past year, including about one in five (18%) who did so “many times” or “always.” Read more
AD351: Ghanaians’ acceptance of security-related restrictions faces test with COVID-19 lockdown
Effective Monday, 30 March, parts of Greater Accra and Ashanti regions – the areas of Ghana most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic – were placed on lockdown, in accordance with President Nana Akufo-Addo’s announcement in his fourth address to the nation... Read more