Lock-down and the Law enforcers: Refugees in Uganda

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In Uganda the government imposed a lock-down to prevent Covid-19 spreading on 30th March. In our financial diaries study with refugees in Uganda, we added lock-down related questions as soon as possible after it has been imposed. These interviews took … Continued

Refugee Food distribution during COVID 19

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The limited outbreak of the Corona virus in Uganda was followed by the government implementing a lockdown. As a result of the lock-down rules a new way of Refugee Food distribution needed to be developed for Nakivale and Kiryandongo settlements. … Continued

Thiès in the time of COVID-19

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 Face-masks: a new business opportunity   Jean Paul used to work as a supervisor for L-IFT in Senegal and now again works part-time for L-IFT coordinating The Corner Shop project in Senegal. He informed us that in Thiès, 70 km … Continued

What worries Refugees in Uganda most about COVID-19?

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As mentioned in previous blogs, in the financial diaries with refugees in Uganda we implemented some Covid-19 related questions just before and just after lock-down on 30th March was imposed. The largest worries were that ‘The prices will go up’ … Continued

COVID-19 and low-income households in central Bangladesh

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  How the approach of COVID-19 has affected low-income households in central Bangladesh. Liaqat (not his real name) is a newspaper vendor and a volunteer ‘diarist’ in the Hrishipara Daily Financial Diaries project. We have been tracking all his money transactions … Continued

Refugees in Uganda during COVID-19 pandemic

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Refugees are one of the most vulnerable groups that could be disproportionately affected by Corona virus. Not only the disease itself, but the strict measures that are put to halt the disease has far more implications for those who live … Continued

Tracking the savings of poor households

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Following on from David Hulme’s blog post Do you want to know how poor people really manage their money?  Stuart Rutherford, an Honorary Research Fellow at the Global Development Institute, analyses the latest data from his fascinating financial diaries project. The … Continued

TMBA (Tuher’embutho Association)

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The TMBA, a financial association located in the Nakivale refugee settlement, was formed in 2016 by 9 members who are all refugees. It started as a ROSCA group, whereby all 9 members would contribute 2,000 UGX per week, plus a … Continued

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