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27 May 2021

Vaccines, food security and learning losses highlighted in latest study

​Researchers from ReSEP (Research on Socioeconomic Policy) in the Department of Economics at Stellenbosch University (SU) contributed significantly to Wave 4 of the National Income Dynamics Study Coronavirus Rapid Mobile Survey (NIDS-CRAM) that was released recently. They helped to produce 11 Working Papers that capture the findings of data collected for this wave of NIDS-CRAM which is a broadly nationally representative survey of the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on South Africans.

Researchers from the Universities of Cape Town (UCT), Johannesburg, the Witwatersrand, Pennsylvania as well as the Department of Basic Education and Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) contributed to NIDS-CRAM Wave 4.

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