Civil society – already existing within a context of poverty, hunger and violence – have had to respond in unprecedented ways since COVID-19 hit South Africa in March 2020. The scale and the speed of the response to the pandemic, where thousands of individuals banded together, working across communities and interest groups, has been inspirational. It is vital that we acknowledge the work of civil society, and learn from our collective experience. In this brief, we present an overview of the findings from the COVID-19 Response Survey, which was conducted between May and June 2021.
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