Report: Africa’s COVID-19 Mobility Response

As we continue to live under restrictions and mobility limitations, walking continues to be critical to access our local area, to meet up with friends and to take a break from working at home. In 2020 governments chose different approaches and this study sought to understand the impact on and responses from African countries.  

The report aims to:  
1.    Showcase good practice of mobility responses to COVID-19 in Africa
2.    Collate an evidence base for future collaboration and action in Africa
3.    Ensure that any support offered by potential international collaborators matches the needs identified by people working in this sector in African countries.

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