The Psychological and Socio-economic Impact of COVID-19 on Children in
Kenya and Zambia
Good Neighbors has published a summary of the research, which was co-conducted by HanKuk University of Foreign Studies and Good Neighbors Global Partnership Center over the first half of this year, to analyze the psychological and economic impact of COVID-19 on children and adults living in impoverished regions of Kenya and Zambia.
This research concludes that to enhance the effectiveness of the programs and warrant the provision of sustainable assistance, Good Neighbors should provide information and emotional support at the community level.
Besides, it needs to strengthen the partnership network with partner countries and international organizations, along with the expansion of its advocacy activities. Finally, by designing proper communication means, it should seek the new project models which can increase the effectiveness of the program during a pandemic.
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