Published by: MMC

Region: North Africa

The impact of COVID-19 on refugee and migrant livelihoods in Sudan

A socio-economic stress multiplier

This briefing paper analyses the impact of COVID-19 on refugees and migrants in Sudan, looking back to the onset of the pandemic, as well as outlining potential medium- to long-term scenarios. In doing so, it provides a situational analysis where the impact of COVID-19 is discussed in relation to access to information, access to health services, livelihood opportunities, assistance needs, access to education, movement intentions, food insecurity and access to vaccination. The paper is based on 370 4Mi interviews with refugees and migrants in Sudan, as well as 10 key informant interviews with migration and humanitarian experts. 


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