Spreeha's Community Worker; photo credit: Donald M
Spreeha Fights COVID-19
We hope you and your family are staying safe during this difficult, uncertain and rapidly changing times. As the situation around coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve, we want to take a moment to share what we are doing at Spreeha to support our communities.
At Spreeha, we recognize the role we play in the communities we serve. We want to ensure that we are doing everything we can to protect our communities from coronavirus. Our team, consisting of doctors, and health and community workers, are creating community level awareness through counseling, and door to door visits. We are educating the community about preventative measures such as hand washing, social distancing, home quarantine, etc.
We are temporarily closing our pre- and after-school programs, adolescent girls' club activities, and mom’s club for the safety of the children and pregnant mothers.
Members in our communities are very vulnerable to coronavirus not only because of higher likelihood of getting infected in heavily crowded urban slums, but also, they are the most adversely affected economic group. Because of significant slowdown of economic activities, their livelihood is directly affected as most of them are daily wage earners.
Therefore, we urge you to stay with us during this crucial time! Please contact us at email@example.com if you need additional information.
As we deal with so much uncertainty, there is one thing about which we are certain – we are a family and together, we will come through this, stronger and more deeply connected than ever before.
Spreeha Touched 23,220 Lives in 2019
Can you imagine that your support has touched a whopping 23,220 lives in 2019?
Yes, Spreeha served 23,220 people in healthcare, education and skills training in 2019. These are not just numbers. Behind each number, there is an individual with great stories of hope, resilience, and success! We will bring those stories to you. See the breakdown of our 2019 services in this report.
Impact in 2019 in Bangladesh