This survey considers the impact of Covid-19 on the mobility, livelihood situation and socio-economic rights, such as access to healthservices, sanitation, housing and education in Niger between July and September. 527 migrants (30% and 70%) were questioned. Among others, 91 % of all respondents stated that Covid-19 impacted their journeys and 41% stated that it impacted their migrationplans. 60% reported that the pandemic did not affect their decision to migrate. Further, a significant proportion (52%) felt that they could access healthcare if needed, while 20% were unsure.
Author(s): Mixed Migration Centre
Publisher or Journal: MMC
Year of Publication: 2021
Document Type: Report / PDF