Tanzania: COVID-19 and conflict dynamics

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    • To inform effective and conflict-sensitive responses to the current and future pandemics, Search for Common Ground is conducting and disseminating research on how COVID-19 is impacting conflict dynamics as part of the Working Together against Corona programme.

      The reports provide valuable insights into how the impact of the pandemic changes over time. We are specifically highlighting the latest Tanzania report in this discussion forum.

      Some key findings include:
      – Levels of trust in COVID-19 information in the media is dropping, while informal information sharing increased, possibly indicating higher circulation of rumours and misinformation.
      – There is an increase in needs related to COVID-19 associated with a decrease in levels of trust in the government’s pandemic response and in COVID-19 actors.
      – Horizontal cohesion has improved these past months, but political polarisation remains a risk in a fragile political climate

      Do the findings reflect your experience? Do you have any recommendations for affecting these trends?

      Please freely discuss below!

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