About the survey
Azim Premji University, in collaboration with 9 Civil Society Organizations (CSO), conducted a survey of 3,000 households in 92 low-income settlements across 39 wards of Bengaluru. The survey was done to estimate the continuing impact of Covid-19 induced lockdowns and economic disruptions on employment and livelihoods. The survey also captured information on access to government support as well as coping mechanisms to deal with such a crisis. Workers in a wide range of occupations such as drivers (cab, auto, and others), daily wage workers (construction and others), domestic workers, and factory workers (garment and others) were surveyed. The survey was conducted in the month of November 2021 with the help of Action Aid, Association for Promoting Social Action (APSA), The Center for Advocacy and Research (CFAR), Hasiru Dala, Gubbachi, Reaching Hand, Sangama, Swabhimaan Trust, and Thamate.
- Press release: English | Kannada
- Key Findings: Short | Detailed
- YouTube video of the virtual event held on 4th April, 2022.
- Recording of the in-person event held on 29th March, 2022 in Bengaluru is available here.
- Bangalore Mirror: Inheritance of Covid losses (30Mar22 | Page 1, 8)
- Rajasthan Patrika: तीन फीसदी परिवारों को ही मिला नकद हस्तांतरण योजनाओं का कुछ लाभ : अध्ययन (30Mar22 | Page 1)
- The Hindu: Survey finds that Covid-19 impact on livelihoods continues (30Mar22 | Page 4)
- The New Indian Express: Urban poor still coping with job, income loss- Report (30Mar22 | Page 2)
- Udayavani: Kannada (30Mar22 | Page 8)
- ETV Bharat: ರಾಜಧಾನಿಯಲ್ಲಿ ಕೋವಿಡ್ನಿಂದಾದ ದುಷ್ಪರಿಣಾಮ : ಸಮೀಕ್ಷೆಯ ವರದಿ ಬಿಚ್ಚಿಟ್ಟ ಅಜೀಂ ಪ್ರೇಮ್ಜಿ ವಿವಿ
- Hindustan Times: 3% benefitted from Karnataka govt’s cash scheme
- News9: Bengaluru COVID impact survey- Job, income losses hamper ability of households to recover
- Rajasthan Patrika: कोरोना महामारी : 40 फीसदी ने कम भोजन से किया गुजारा
- The Indian Express: Job and income losses persisted among low-income settlements well past 2020 lockdown- Study
- The News Minute: Job, income losses due to lockdowns continue to impact Bengaluru urban poor