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COVID-19 impacts on women’s well-being: Insights from a longitudinal study in Kenya

This brief presents findings from a longitudinal study of 1,294 women and 744 men in Kenya during the COVID-19 pandemic. The study explored the effects of COVID-19 in relation to food insecurity, domestic care, paid employment, mental health and household conflict. To study how these effects changed over time, we conducted three rounds of phone surveys, the first from November to December 2020, the second from March to April 2021, and the third from November to December 2021.

COVID-19 impacts on women’s well-being: Insights from a longitudinal study in Kenya

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