Response Plans

Africa Response Plans

The 55 countries in Africa have put in place national response guidelines, national action plans and strategies to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Some of these policy frameworks are comprehensive, inclusive and responsive to the community needs, while others are links to WHO guidelines, whose domestication is sporadic, adhoc and requires serious work in progress. 

Likewise, Regional, sub regional and global institutions like the African Union, African Centre for Disease Control, EAC, SADC, IGAD etc and the World Health Organization have developed and provided to countries technical guidelines and action plans that countries can use to localize as they deem fit within their context.

Click on the country flags below to access various guidelines, plans and strategies put in place to fight COVID-19.

Government Responses

Uganda

Benin

Botwana

Cameroon

Ethiopia

Ghana

Guinea

Kenya

Liberia

Malawi

Mauritius

Niger

Nigeria

Zimbabwe

Central-African-Republic

Djibouti

Guinea-Bissau

Morocco

Somalia

Rwanda

Algeria

Chad

Egypt

Lesotho

Mozambique

Sudan

Senegal

Angola

Comoros

Equatorial-Guinea

Libya

Namibia

South-Sudan

SouthAfrica

Burkina-Faso

Congo

Eritrea

Madagascar

Sao-Tome-and-Principe

Togo

Eswatini

Burundi

Democratic Republic of Congo

Gambia

Mali

Seychelles

Tunisia

Tanzania

Cape Verde

Cote-d-Ivoire

Gabon

Mauritania

Sierra-Leone

Zambia

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