Fears Rise for Accra's Urban Poor During COVID-19 Lockdown

As COVID-19 cases increase and Ghana's capital Accra endures its third week of a partial lockdown, non-governmental organisations, churches and businesses have stepped up campaigns to feed the most vulnerable. Despite these interventions, there are fears of short and long-term repercussions for more than a half-million urban poor.

An aerial view of Accra, Ghana (File photo)

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