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Appendix 2
Interview protocol
- Warmly greetings, taking information on state of health of the
person, its family and its relatives known by interviewers
- Leaving oor to discuss any topic and request the interviewees wish
to raise
- Answering questions from the interviewee related to interviewer’s
- Presenting the scope of the call (applied research, advocacy,
understanding most urgent needs)
- Issues related to how the person does the shopping, gets fresh food
- Issues related to nutrition, availability of speci$c products for
young children and infants (milk powder, diapers, baby food)
- Matters relating to the purchase of medicines
- Issues related to the community climate within the 'Village',
possible lines of conict, feeling of belonging, protection or instead
of insecurity and anxiety related to internal life
- More speci$c questions related to whether and how the person
manages to get out of the camp, whether or not it has access to
public transport, and the feeling of safety or insecurity in the
streets outside the 'Village'.
- Questions relating to the presence or absence of the local police,
police checks, sanctioning related to the lockdown
- Issues related to medical examinations, the presence of paid or
voluntary medical and nursing sta+ in the 'Village', pandemic-
speci$c forms of health guidance, the availability of masks and
- Questions relating to work, saving, sources of income and the
possible maintenance of an economic activity
- Issues relating to loans, mutual aid, exchange of goods and
resources, or –on the contrary- possibly usury practices
- Issues related to the distance schooling of children, the availability
of a computer and internet connection, and time spent on
- Issues relating to the speci$c condition of older people and possible
cases of people without strong family ties.

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