COVID-19 is here with us, and with it, the obvious need for change. The stipulated guidelines by the Kenya Ministry of Health on social distancing and increased hand hygiene aimed at reducing the risk of getting this new infectious disease have led to new policies being effected.
The short-term economic effects of COVID-19 and risk-coping strategies of low-income households in Kenya
This research assesses how low-income households in Kenya coped with the immediate economic consequences of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Using the baseline survey of the i-PUSH (innovative partnership for universal and sustainable healthcare) study, this research brief investigates infant and young child feeding practices in Kakamega, Kenya.