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Margherita Squarcina; Eva-Maria Egger
Marina Di Napoli Pastore; Francesca Salvi
Lilia Bliznashka; Marilyn N. Ahun; Daan Velthausz (et al.)
Judith E. Krauss; Luis Artur; Dan Brockington (et al.)
Non-pharmaceutical interventions (NPIs) such as social distancing and travel restrictions have been introduced to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus (hereinafter Covid). In many countries of the Global South, NPIs are affecting rural livelihoods, but in-depth empirical data on these impacts are limited. This study traced the differentiated impacts of Covid NPIs throughout the start of the pandemic May to July 2020. It conducted qualitative weekly phone interviews (n=441) with 92 panelists from nine contrasting rural communities across Mozambique (3 to 7 study weeks), exploring how panelists’ livelihoods changed and how the NPIs intersected with, and often exacerbated, existing vulnerabilities, and created new exposures.
Paulo das Neves Pires; Cynthia Macaringue; Ahmed Abdirazak (et al.)
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