• Authored By: Francis Mwesigye, Tonny Odokonyero, Mildred Barungi and Nathan Sunday
03 Nov 2021

A rapid assessment was conducted to assess the lockdown effects on businesses in greater Kampala metropolitan, covering; market vendors, teachers, transport sector, fuel stations and households. The study results for businesses engaged in the transport sector show that contraction in economic activities due to the lockdown is associated with adverse effects of government tax revenue – for example, fuel tax revenue.

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A Rapid Assessment of the Effect of the COVID-19 Lockdown on Micro, Small and Medium Transport businesses in Uganda.pdf
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  • Published On: November 3, 2021

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