Uganda: Context Report - Round June 2020
Reports and Assessments
While the situation remains relatively calm and staff have been able to adapt activities for remote-based implementation, the Activity decided to carry out two sequenced context assessments to understand how the restrictions are affecting participants. The first round of the assessment occurred in April 2020 when the GOU first imposed national restrictions. These assessments aimed to elicit information on access among participants, participants’ knowledge of COVID-19 information (Participant Awareness), impact of restrictions on participants lives (Participant Experience), as well as the impact on surrounding markets both from a supply and demand perspective (Market Research)1. A second data collection took place in June 2020 to revise previous tools to better reflect the evolving context and understand how this changing environment affects participants and markets, which has been helpful for decision-making based on the most current information.
Livelihood & Social cohesion
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