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Sudan - COVID-19 High Frequency Phone Survey (English)

High Frequency Phone Surveys (HFS) reveal that people in Sudan were aware of COVID-19 at the start of the pandemic. Yet, one year later, preventive measures were used by fewer people. Households experienced income reductions and employment losses at the start of the outbreak and only a few benefited from social assistance. One year on from the outbreak, income losses had decreased, food insecurity had improved and more children were engaged in learning activities. Eight out of ten people expressed a willingness to get vaccinated.

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Sudan - COVID-19 High Frequency Phone Survey (English). COVID-19 High Frequency Phone Surveys Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/317801637572206723/Sudan-COVID-19-High-Frequency-Phone-Survey