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COVID-19 in Nigeria : Frontline Data and Pathways for Policy (Inglês)

The COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic and its economic and social effects on households have created an urgent need for timely data to help monitor and mitigate the social and economic impacts of the crisis and protect the welfare of Nigerian society. To monitor how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting the economy and people of Nigeria and to inform policy interventions and responses, the National Bureau of Statistics with technical support from the World Bank implemented the Nigeria COVID-19 National Longitudinal Phone Survey (NLPS) from April 2020 to April 2021. This report draws on NLPS and other relevant data to analyze COVID-19 impacts in Nigeria’s human capital, livelihoods and welfare. It also looks ahead to the broad challenges of building back better in Nigeria and summarizes priorities for policymaking and implementation.


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    Lain,Jonathan William, Vishwanath,Tara, Alik Lagrange,Arthur, Amankwah,Akuffo, Contreras Gonzalez,Ivette Maria, Jenq,Christina, Mcgee,Kevin Robert, Siwatu,Gbemisola Oseni, Palacios-Lopez,Amparo, Sagesaka,Akiko

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    Regiões Mundiais, África,

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    COVID-19 in Nigeria : Frontline Data and Pathways for Policy

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    human capital; access to medical service; attending school; million people; years of schooling; information on labor market; income generating activity; wash hands with soap; real gross domestic product; dropping out of school; income-generating activity; data collection and analysis; school-age child; share of children; labor market outcome; quality of education; crude oil price; compulsory school age; consumption quintile; affecting public health; school attendance rate; on farm production; households with child; child health service; water and soap; children attending schools; drop out; returns to schooling; place of work; global economic slowdown; crude oil export; movement of good; privileges and immunity; increase in inflation; human capital stock; higher consumption levels; household survey data; purchasing power parity; agriculture industry; children from households; linear probability model; linear time trend; basic service provision; lack of money; national poverty line; school year; school closure; old children; dropout rate; in school; economic shock; poor household; coping strategy; preventative measure; labor income; household welfare; farm activity; farm activities; learning option; policy option; test score; household income; response bias; agricultural cycle; safety measure; school dropout; young child; medical treatment; multiple dimension; income shock; health effect; health expenditure; rural area; multiple channels; remote school; children of ages; social distance; sample selection; insufficient water; income loss; high dropout; Social Protection; government response; educational activities; adult health; mitigation strategy; mitigation measure; macroeconomic data; smart phone; mitigation policy; differential impact; learning material; sample household; food price; future earnings; several reasons; inflation data; children's schooling; imperfect substitute; public finance; index value; government revenue; healthy growth; real gdp; survival rate; inflation rate; health indicator; lower value; inflationary pressure; educational content; supply side; food production; market access; restrictive trade; land border; consumption decision; threat source; basic hygiene; educational quality; prevention measures; educational inequality; crop plant; pregnancy care; household labor; help child; Maternal Health; household access; safe practice; farming household; medical personnel; movement restriction; child vaccination; farming activity; health facility; washing hand; Early childhood; low consumption; employment dynamic; social assistance; policy question; upper bind; consumption expenditure; start school; bottom quintile; supply chain; monetary poverty; opportunity cost; long-term effect; first year; welfare impact; international airport; monthly data; graphic design; passenger travel; household poverty; copyright owner; available evidence; Private School; health outcome; disease spread; sole responsibility; original work; policy priority; commercial purpose; first wave; new cases; composite measure; other sectors; adaptive strategy; new job; high share; food insecurity; high inflation; individual data; Data Production



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