Kenya's COVID-19 lockdown is forcing people to make difficult food and household energy decisions
By Matthew Shupler, Postdoctoral Research Associate in Environmental Public Health, University of Liverpool
Dan Pope, Professor of Global Public Health, University of Liverpool
To cope with loss of income, some Nairobi households opted for cheaper foods, or conserved their cooking fuel by preparing smaller meals.
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- Monday, April 19, 2021