Please click here, here and here to access the key findings of the study entitled Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Agriculture and Food Security in India (released on 20th May, 2020), which has been done by Centre for Sustainable Agriculture (CSA, Hyderabad), Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI, New Delhi), and Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health (Boston).
Please click here and here to access the key findings of a rapid assessment survey on rural livelihoods entitled COVID-19 induced Lockdown – How is the Hinterland Coping? (released on 13th May, 2020), which was undertaken by VikasAnvesh Foundation, Sambodhi, Professional Assistance for Development Action (PRADAN), BAIF Development Research Foundation (BAIF), Action for Social Advancement (ASA), SATHI-UP, Aga Khan Rural Support Programme (AKRSP), Grameen Sahara and Transforming Rural India Foundation (TRIF).
Please click here to access the preliminary findings of an ongoing survey entitled COVID-19: Analysis of Impact and Relief Measures Study (released on 12th May, 2020), undertaken by Centre for Sustainable Employment, Azim Premji University along with civil society organisations.
Please click here to access the key findings of the rapid assessment survey report entitled Taking Stock: Assessing Distribution and Distress in Gurugram during the COVID-19 Lockdown (released on 26th April, 2020). Kindly click here to access the action research report by Gurgaon Nagrik Ekta Manch.
Please click here to access the key findings of the Second Round of Delhi National Capital Region Coronavirus Telephone Survey conducted by National Data Innovation Centre, NCAER (released on 1st May, 2020).
The National Council of Applied Economic Research (NCAER) released the results of its first round of the Delhi National Capital Region Coronavirus Telephone Survey (DCVTS), on 12th April, 2020. The study, conducted by NCAER’s National Data Innovation Centre uses a scientifically designed rapid telephone survey in both the urban and rural parts of Delhi NCR to assess:
• people’s knowledge of the Coronavirus
• people’s attitudes and perceptions towards the risk of a Coronavirus infection
• preventive and control measures, especially social distancing, and the feasibility of adhering to them
• the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on people’s livelihoods, income, social life, and access to essential items.
The DCVTS interviewed a representative random sample of some 1,750 adults covering the entire Delhi NCR, comprising 31 districts spread across the four states of Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan, and Uttar Pradesh, during 3rd-6th April, 2020.
Please click here to access the key findings of the First Round of Delhi National Capital Region Coronavirus Telephone Survey conducted by NCAER (released on 12th April, 2020).