Coronavirus Relief: What's Happening and How to Help
You can help communities around the world stop the COVID-19 pandemic.
The projects listed below are led by vetted GlobalGiving partners responding to the pandemic, which has caused thousands of casualties and spread to more than 100 countries. These projects include efforts to stop the virus’s spread and help patients recover from it, as well as education initiatives focused on prevention.
You can donate directly to a specific project below or to GlobalGiving’s Coronavirus Relief Fund and we'll allocate it to where it's needed most. GlobalGiving will post reports about how your donation has been put to use.
Kole Intellectual Forum intends to influence the ideas of policy makers at all levels, educationists, community and youth in Uganda to include the course unit of Home Economics in the syllabus of basic education with the intention to promote quality, sustainable, and potential education by building an Institute of Home Economics at Kole District, Northern Uganda.
As the largest black rhino sanctuary in East and Central Africa and home to the world's last two northern white rhinos, Ol Pejeta is one of the most important wildlife conservancies in the world. We also provide a sanctuary for rescued chimpanzees and livelihood support to our local communities. The constant threat from poachers combined with the devastating financial impact of COVID-19 means that we urgently need your support to keep our rangers on the ground and our rhino population safe.
This project would provide access to safe clean drinking water in rural communities in Northern, Nigeria. Our mission is to ensure that 100000 by the end of 2021 have access to water & sanitation. The project will build tube wells, handheld pumps, ventilated improved pit toilets, train children on good hand washing practices and workshops on making schools WASH Friendly . The project will also provide WASH materials, face masks, sanitizers and palliatives to prevent COVID 19 in the communities.
The Philippines has been dealing with an economic and educational emergency from COVID-19 for over 18 months, with vulnerable groups continuing to being hit the hardest. All public schools have been closed since March 14, 2020, putting over 20 million children out of school for over 580 consecutive days. It is the longest school shutdown in the entire world.
2021 saw the peak of the second wave of Covid-19 infections in India and Nepal, with recorded cases reaching more than 400,000 per day. Today the economic and social impact of lockdown continues to affect the most marginalized communities the most, who already live a precarious 'hand to mouth' existence. We address the needs of struggling communities and provide sustainable and impactful recovery aid. They will need your support for many years to come. Your donations can rebuild lives.
The Covid-19 has been spreading fearlessly in Italy and Specchio dei tempi actively helping. We have donated machineries and equipment to hospitals and delivered grocery bags with food and products to the elderly and single moms, donating tablets to keep the children in school and giving out sanitizing kits to the structures. In addition we have just launched a new tender to support small businesses in Venice and help them get back on track. Help us obstructing Covid-19 and suppor those in need.
The COVID-19 outbreak has affected IDP's and refugees, limiting access to food and other necessities. Each day more and more people arrive to the Iraqi border in north-east Syria where they hope to find safety from the violence. The Jiyan Foundation for Human Rights is working together with local human rights workers to provide internally displaced people with food, water, blankets and other necessities that have been limited due to COVID-19.
This project provides basic healthcare in remote areas where healthcare is no longer available due to the conflict. Community health workers are community members trained, paid, and supplied to provide free basic and emergency healthcare to children 0-5 and the most vulnerable, and link complicated cases to specialized healthcare. They also monitor outbreaks (monkey pox, cholera, measles) Sometimes it costs community members as much as 100$ and 12 hours to reach the nearest health facility.
India is recovering from the devastating effects of Covid-19, but new cases are on the rise again. The pandemic has ravaged the lives of people in southern Rajasthan, whose average daily income is less than $0.70 (Rs. 52). We provided temporary support to these families, by distributing relief kits and arranging for medical facilities. We are now working on providing long term sustainable measures. Your donation will be used to create long term opportunities for these rural communities.
The Corona pandemic has damaged the world food supply, lowering food exports and dramatically impacting the world economy. One important way for unemployed Palestinian families to get by is to garden or raise chickens, goats, sheep, cows, or rabbits. Please give the poorest families in Gaza and the West Bank the gardening supplies or livestock they need to produce their own food and start a home-based business -a vital, sustainable climate action.
COVID-19 is threatening vulnerable families everywhere in in Andhra Pradesh, India. These communities who are already maximizing their limited resources are now at risk of starvation, as well as being at high risk for contracting Covid 19. BASS India is providing urgent essential food and sanitary kits to the vulnerable families and sensitizing and educating on prevention of Corona virus in in Guntur and Prakasham Districts of Andhra Pradesh.
As the COVID situation keeps changing, we pivot to provide the most effective help. First we distributed emergency rations to thousands on the brink of starvation; next we starting helping farmers to create their own natural fertilizer, to increase the size of their harvest and to sell for extra income. Now that the second COVID wave has again left many without a source of income, we have also started giving cash grants to allow recipients to buy whatever they need to survive.
As New York City's children living in poverty recover from the pandemic, they continue to grapple with emotional wellness, academic delays, and other challenges. At community schools and community centers across New York City, we are providing robust pandemic relief services in health and mental health, academic enrichment, food assistance, and family supports to 50,000 young people and their family members.
The project targeting 50 impoverished orphan youth who are vulnerable to abuse, neglect, & exploitation by Criminals & extremists. providing holistic care in the areas of,education, food, legal protection, medical & psychosocial services to orphans & vulnerable kids.Our program reaches 300 youth providing the only meal most will eat for the day, & our scholarship program allows youth (boys & girls) opportunity to attend school who otherwise wouldn't be able to attend.We offer hope beyond poverty
There are major threats to food systems including conflict, climate shocks, the locust crisis and now the COVID-19 pandemic. The project contributes to sustainable development goal 2 with the aim to provide emergency food support, achieve food security and improved nutrition to most vulnerable families in the informal settlement of Nairobi. We are seeking support to enable us respond to the nutritional needs of children, adolescent girls, pregnant and lactating women, and older persons.
As a black man living in the most underserved neighborhood in Yemen, Abdo works as a janitor. He exposes himself to the most hazardous conditions and deals with infected wastes in order to offer nourishment and shelter for his 14 children, whereas federal medical aid is inattentive. Yet, 4 children died consequently from Cholera owing to the absence of favorable living conditions. Abdo needs heroes like you are to help his 10 children survive COVID global pandemic and educate his children.
The COVID-19 pandemic is causing unprecedented difficulty and hardship for persons with disabilities, and they remain the most vulnerable at this time. Today, we need your support more than ever before. NOWPDP is a disability inclusion initiative that works in the areas of education and economic empowerment. For the last 11 years, it has impacted 6000+ lives.
Vaga Lume carefully selects collections of literature books to libraries and trains teachers as reading mediators in 86 rural communities in the Brazilian Amazon region. By encouraging adults to frequently read to children, Vaga Lume makes reading a pleasurable activity, helping to break the endless cycle of poor literacy skills of Amazon people. By donating to Vaga Lume, you will be offering 15,000 Amazon children opportunities they can only access through good quality education.
In Una mano para Oaxaca, we are implementing a long-term post- COVID-19 crisis program that allows our indigenous communities in Oaxaca to recover from the economic recession and to regain foothold in the community.
Coronavirus is an unprecedented global health crisis in the recent History of World. The expansion of COVID-19 left all children out of school. Even children who are orphan & vulnerable are becoming more risk of Coronavirus .Therefore, we are protecting & feeding nutritional foods over hundreds vulnerable children & Girls that we are taking care of everyday. Your support will help us to prevent them from COVID-19 and provide them recreational, life skills activities & awareness program.
AHD has been working in the rural areas of Sindh since 2001 in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector. At this critical moment, AHD has started collaboration with the provincial authorities and now making efforts to raise funds for effective preventive work against the spread of Covid-19 in the rural areas of Sindh.
The COVID-19 crisis highlighted inequalities in the labor market that disproportionately affected women from marginalized backgrounds. With just a little contribution you could help us deliver essential goods and guarantee a meal to the women and children we are supporting. Since the pandemic started, we have provided 3500 bags of food, but we need your help to keep ensuring this service as the pandemic is not over and the island has been extremely suffering the absence of tourism
In Colombia many children live in poverty. Since 1970, we have worked to protect children at risk of abuse, helping them and their families with food, psychosocial support, education, recreation, health, prevention of child pregnancy, sports and guidance for children. Keeping them safe from the dangers of the street, child labor and other types of abuse is our goal. During COVID19, 200 poor or jobless families receive help and food that contribute to the nutrition of their children.
In the Philippines, religious conflict and natural disasters have caused suffering for millions of Filipino children. This program provides care for children who are victims of the Covid-19 virus and other disasters. Inter-faith cooperation teaches students the value of teamwork and unity. We provide face masks, basic food, clean water, and hygiene. In response to the Covid19 crisis, we are currently providing PPE's, hand-washing supplies, and nutrition programs for more than 3,000 children.
Covid-19 has not changed our mission, only our method. The Cuenca Soup Kitchen continues to be committed to providing food to those most in need. Prior to the Covid-19 crisis, the Cuenca Soup Kitchen served hot meals and provided access to clothing and other basic items for Venezuelan refugees. In addition, its Outreach program provided sack lunches for the Ecuadorian working poor. The current pandemic has deepened our challenge.
Unemployment in Kenya has doubled since the start of COVID-19, more people are experiencing poverty than ever before, especially the young. We've seen firsthand the devastating impact on children, young people & families. Many families live hand-to-mouth and rely on casual labour jobs which have now been lost. With all disasters, the vulnerable are always most at risk. We need to provide food, essential items, training and support to ensure the low-income communities we work alongside are safe.
The project will help feed and provide livelihood support through sustainable agriculture and economic empowerment to rebuild vulnerable families in Sri Lanka who are close to starvation due to the economic crisis following the Covid19 pandemic. This project will create small businesses and strengthen families to keep children out of orphanages. We'll provide nutritional food parcels, crops, resources, financial management and income generation training to provide good health/economic stability.
RKF's main aim is to ensure school children in Kisumu always have access to quality education. The COVID-19 pandemic has completely derailed the education journey for the poorest and most vulnerable children globally. We aim to do this by re-purposing our existing Meals program, Literacy program, WASH Program and Sanitary Pads program to provide both short and long-term relief to students and their families. Donations will go towards meals and educational packs until schools re-open again.
This project will help an existing northern Uganda clinic better serve the 5000+ people from 5 villages who rely on this remote clinic to serve their health care needs. This clinic needs additional medicines and more staff to better respond to the coronavirus crisis as well as the continued overload of malaria cases during rainy seasons each year.
Living conditions in Kenya were already tough, then COVID-19 hit and things got even worse! Families in desperate need are asking for your help...they are out of food, and many are about to lose their homes and become homeless. Wages have been stopped or severely cut. Many families already living on less than $1 a day lost even that minuscule amount. Your help is needed today to feed families, keep them in their homes and help them survive through this tough period.
Infinite Family strengthens Black teens facing daily challenges of township poverty, violence and toxic stress. Covid-19 brought additional losses, school disruption, and widespread unemployment to their communities. Via weekly online mentoring we provide access to education and ready them for future jobs Our computers are on the verge of failing - they are at least 7 years old and no longer accepting critical updates. We appreciate your help keeping our teens online and building skills!
In 2020, the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, affected the most vulnerable of our fellow humans deprived of a permanent roof, living in precarious conditions, exposed and marginalized. Emfasis Foundation has so far provided: - 1000's of basic necessities with contactless deliveries, psychosocial services via the operation of the 2 mobile support units & streetwork/outreach teams, a hotline number for immediate support and recording of emergency lockdown needs and vital information leaflets.
While encountering great changes like natural disasters, COVID-19, death of main breadwinners and major accidents, it normally indicates a sudden and great expense. For vulnerable families in Asia, who are already living from hand to mouth, the pressing need of expense becomes the last straw that breaks the family and a heavy burden to them. With the timely "emergency financial aid", providing and assisting vulnerable families to maintain the stability of daily life
COVID-19 has made it challenging for most families working in the hospitality and tourism industry. Hunger and poverty play out privately in the lives of thousands of travel community. Hunger plays out quietly in classrooms as students try to keep up with their lessons. It plays out in the homes as they sacrifice meals to afford medication. It plays out in hushed conversation between parents, as they try to stretch stagnant paychecks. Help distressed employees and students in the travel industry
Through this project, you can provide essential food items and Health Kits to poor and marginalised families in rural areas. These people are largely neglected and have little access to Covid related treatment and care. This campaign can help provide basic nutrition and vitamin and mineral tablets, dry fruits along with sanitary products like masks, gloves and sanitizers. We are also providing Grocery Packets to beneficiaries from vulnerable communities like sex workers, transgenders etc.
Education & action is a must for a country that has been in conflict for so long, to help people deal with the Covid-19 crisis. We are providing disinfection kits to families as well as providing hot meals and food packages. AIL is broadcasting information about the virus every hour on Radio Meraj, and printing leaflets. AIL has turned over tailoring classrooms to the production of PPE for AIL health clinics and as a service for the public. We are providing distance learning for students.
Deep concern over a potential rapid spread of coronavirus in Yemen. "The factors are all here. Low levels of general immunity, high levels of acute vulnerability & a fragile, overwhelmed health system," said Ms. Lise Grande, the HC in Yemen. The basic materials and aids are not available due to this civil war. SYS presents this program to combat the spread of infectious diseases and provide some means of prevention in many neighborhoods, mosques, restaurants, as well as the markets.
India is a country where millions of people live in extreme poverty. In order to help the poor to navigate through these bad times during the lockdown, El Shaddai has been working round the clock to ease the distress of 1000 marginalized individuals by serving them with dry rations and groceries. Within few days of launching the initiative, we have distributed the groceries to about 500 needy families across the state of Goa.
The Philippines has thousands of seafarers and Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) which might carry the novel corona-virus back to their home-place and spread the contagion. The virus emanates from Wuhan, China and is now spreading worldwide. This project will educate local people by means of leaflets, social media and small meetings on how to detect symptoms, what to do in order to prevent transmission and how to practice health precautions when a case starts to appear and infect people.
This project will support 100 school going children who have been forced to drop out of school because their parents or guardians have lost their sources of income due to Covid-19 . The project will provide school fees, school uniform, books and free meals to help them stay in school.
UNICEF has been entrusted to lead the COVID-19 vaccine distribution program in 92 countries, tasked to ensure delivery of 2 billion doses in 2021 to more than 180 countries. It will be the largest and fastest vaccination program in history. To achieve this goal, UNICEF and partners will focus our efforts on diagnostics, treatment and equitable access to the vaccine - prioritizing community engagement across each of these pillars.
In recent years we have seen stories of many families where ensuring daily food is a task that is not always achieved when an emergency appears. Time teaches us how fragile we can be in the face of an emergency, and even more so if it is a global one, whether due to something as small as the COVID virus or as big as a war. It's time to create stories with hope with a better future.
Only 30% of children who start primary school education reach grade six at the correct age and even less go onto secondary school. Having provided education for 3,000 children to date we are now concentrating on putting between 600-1000 students through secondary school and college over the next ten years. Due to COVID-19 we aim to provide hand sanitizer and soap over the long-term for all our students for when they enter and leave the schools each day to reassure parents that it is safe.
This project located in Mombasa slums will provide meals to 300 children and their families during covid 19 pandemic. In addition the project will seek to offer quality education remotely through providing revision papers to the children . The children are unable to access school facility as a result of government restrictions which have banned learning institutions from operating due to covid 19.
Since April 2020, NYF has launched effective emergency programs in Nepal to fight COVID-19. We served 5,311 free meals and distributed over 5,061 kg of vitamin-packed "super flour." Our Access to Education program opened 80 school centers and provided education to over 8,000 students. Our emergency women's home sheltered 38 people, and our COVID Isolation Center is still providing services to infected patients. The crisis isn't over yet, and our responses are adapting as the situation unfolds.
From 15th March 2020 when the Kenyan Government abruptly closed all the schools due to COVID-19 pandemic, 60 members of our staff from the two locations where we are currently operating (Nairobi and Kisumu counties) were also sent home abruptly. From that time it has been extremely hard to survive for these staff whose only hope was the compensation from our organization. This project appeal to our well-wishers to help raise US$18,000 to assist our affected staff for six months.
Tijuana's small, but mighty network of civil society organizations have been welcoming migrants and deportees to ensure their basic needs are met. Unfortunately, COVID-19 has directly impacted millions of people's lives in Tijuana and the U.S.-Mexico border region. Since March 15, ICF has granted over $75,000 to local nonprofits to provide food, medicine, and legal services to vulnerable migrants and deportees in Tijuana. Please help us unite, inspire, and provide hope to our nearest neighbors.
Over the past year, with your support, 150 underprivileged children in Rafah, Gaza, have been receiving after school Art, Science, and English lessons during COVID in a safe and caring environment. Dedicated and hard-working teachers took it upon themselves to bring smiles to children's faces after the May 2021 bombings. In addition, two distinguished artists brought joy to deaf children in Jabaliya Refugee Camp through a wonderful art instruction program. Help keep this going!
The global Covid-19 Virus crisis is affecting the whole world. In India we are facing a nationwide lockdown and restrictions that are having a severe impact on our ability to help sick and injured animals. This project will provide emergency funding to help TOLFA get through these uncertain and unpredictable times. Supplies of food and medicines are getting harder to source and what we can get is becoming more expensive. We want to ensure we can keep helping the animals who rely on us.
Our Adult Care Essentials program provides adult incontinence needs to enable aging populations to fully participate in life again. Adults in need of incontinence supplies who struggle to afford these items will suffer in silence. Many will stay home to avoid embarrassment. When we provide comfortable, effective protection older adults can be a part of their community once again.
Beyond the health impacts of the coronavirus, many vulnerable communities now do not know where their next meal will come from. In response, WCK has launched nationwide in the US to provide meals to children & their families, healthcare workers, and the elderly. In just 24 days, we have served 1 million meals in 82 cities. And this is just the start - we want and need to do more. With your support, we can reach more people in need and help one another get through this difficult time.
Due to the pandemic and the collapse of the economy, Nepal is facing a humanitarian disaster of an unprecedented scale! 40% of Nepal's population, approximately 12 million people, is poor. Most of these people live in villages in higher altitudes between 500m and 1500m. For many children, the combination of malnourishment and a lack of adequate protection from the freezing cold will have fatal consequences. The project aims to provide Sleeping bags to this target group.
Community Finance Guatemala is now the GuateBUENA Association! For more than four years, we have helped Indigenous Maya women learn financial literacy skills and form their own savings groups through Community Finance Guatemala. Now, we need your help to build out the pillars of our work so we can provide these 23 savings groups and more than 400 members with integral education, accompaniment, and entrepreneurial opportunities to support holistic well-being and happiness.
The project was established to provide emergency assistance with the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and has since served to maintain and improve health status in Micani. The day-to-day burden of the pandemic has lessened, but challenges in the local health system persist alongside the aftermath of COVID-19. Our involvement in rapid emergency assistance was a premiere for Aktion Sodis, however now, we aim to refocus our activities on what we do best: long-term development cooperation projects.
Since January 2020, thousands of families in the Philippines have been displaced by Taal Volcano, typhoons, fires, floods, and Covid-19 infections. Asia America Initiative and our partners are providing emergency food, water, tarp shelters, blankets, hygiene, face masks, and basic health care items for 2,000 displaced families and first-responders. We have provided 4 tons of relief supplies. Your donation will assist us in affected communities to inspire hope for the homeless.
Amid the health and socioeconomic impacts of COVID-19, Afghanistan is facing a humanitarian crisis that is deteriorating every day. Millions of Afghans are at high risk of famine during this ongoing pandemic. The situation is more dire in the communities stigmatized due to race, religion and their support for the U.S. mission in the past 20 years. The Foundation is planning to provide emergency aid relief for students, teachers and vulnerable families in these difficult times.
Midwives are front-line workers in the Coronavirus pandemic. Mercy In Action operates clinics & birth centers in the Philippines at no charge to the patients and will continue to stay open, though our costs are going up exponentially for food for patients, medicines, gasoline to drive our ambulance, and PPE for staff. With the shutdown of public transportation jeepneys, we are giving rides to each woman in labor, & bringing food to locked-down pregnant women. We are in place to help the poor now
The goal of Story Tapestries has always been to engage at-risk, high-need communities using the arts as the tool for meeting objectives in Literacy, STEAM, Social-Emotional, Self and Community development. Our greatest strength has been our ability to custom-design programs to meet the specific needs of a community. This has taken on new meaning as our global community and local residents in the Greater Washington Region and across Maryland are coping with the spread of COVID-19.
This project aims to provide rapid financial relief to La Serenissima's artists who are currently without means to earn a living following the UK Government's social distancing measures in response to COVID-19. The cancellation or postponement of all performing engagements for the foreseeable future leaves our freelance workforce hugely vulnerable for months to come. La Serenissima wants to support its musicians who are the lifeblood of our mission.
Over 3000 children daily are being helped out of poverty through the schools, homes & care that Hands Around the World's partner projects in Kenya, Zambia, Benin, Rwanda & India provide. We are in the process of creating an emergency strategy to combat the urgent issues facing our projects as a result of Covid-19. This will allow HATW to continue to make a long-lasting difference in the young lives of those we support, whilst maximising the impact of available funding and minimising overheads.
Refugee children and their families in Nablus, Palestine, have been hit hard by the impact of COVID-19. Most families have lost their only source of income and aren't able to put food on the table. We are delivering food, medicine and basic supplies to as many at-risk families as possible, and have transitioned to an online education curriculum to provide quality, distance learning resources that refugee children can access from home.
As of April 28, 2021, Japan's COVID-19 death toll surpassed 10,000 and the total number of confirmed cases topped 577,000. Surges in confirmed cases strain the local medical systems and facilities everywhere require additional support. Additionally, the pandemic has caused other issues including increase in domestic violence, mental health problems, and more. Therefore, Civic Force and our partners are strengthening our response activities in Japan to counteract the effects of the virus.
The Pope Francis Center provides life saving services with love and dignity for the homeless in downtown Detroit. The Pope Francis Center has modified their operations. The center is offering pre-boxed meals, 24 hour access to restrooms and outdoor wash stations. and heated tents. In addition to food and warmth, the staff is taking peoples' temperatures and checking for signs of COVID-19.
We are distributing essential food supplies to families in need in Nusa Penida, (part of Bali Island) who are still affected by the Covid-19 Pandemic. Due to this pandemic, Bali was closed for International tourism for over 2 years and many people are still struggling to provide food for their families. Right now tourism is slowly coming back, but especially the rural areas in the mountains of Nusa Penida don't benefit yet enough from this effect! Meaning: the need for help is still essential!
When COVID19 arrived in Kenya, Springs of Hope Foundation shifted its focus from a free vocational training school for vulnerable young women to making facemasks to be given to the most vulnerable in our community. It quickly became apparent that catastrophic food shortages & mass starvation were greater devastations than the virus itself. Since March we have been focusing on a free food hamper & facemask distribution program to the elderly, people with disabilities & child-headed households.
The project aims to enhance awareness of reproductive health rights, services to adolescent girls & young women to undertake intensive educational activities on the use of modern contraceptives to protect against STIs, unwanted pregnancies among 600 women 2600 in-out of school girls in Uganda using youth friendly services, Rights Based approach, focus groups, Adult-centered learning, Peer-to-Peer, Outreaches, table talks, Film & Health Education Talks.
This project will help supply families with the tools needed to keep kids engaged and inspired to create and learn at home this summer by providing At Home Discovery Kits to low-income families in the United States Virgin Islands.
Tafel Deutschland e.V. is the national association of food banks and community pantries in Germany. Our network of over 60,000 volunteers at nearly 950 branches nationwide is working to safely provide food and other resources to around 1.65 million beneficiaries throughout the country, many of whom are especially vulnerable to Covid-19 due to their age or preexisting health conditions along with those impacted by the economic downturn.
COVID education is provided to orphans and vulnerable children living in impoverished communities in Lusaka, Zambia. About 20-30 children participate each week. Health care personnel conduct workshops on COVID prevention. A small snack and masks are provided. These workshops were started in July 2020 to keep children and families safe from COVID. Once COVID is over, we will revert back to our old format of engaging children in educational games, activities, and workshops on HIV prevention.
As the Coronavirus continues to impact communities across the world, it is essential to ensure that the health, safety and psychological well-being of children are protected. Please make a donation today to support this lifesaving work, and help us contain the Coronavirus outbreak. Your support can help us reach children in coronavirus-affected areas and other countries at great risk.
Martin came to the Albergue because his mother does not have enough money to take care of his nutrition and education. Martin and his two sisters live only with their mother since their father abandoned them when they were very young. At the age of 5, when he was accepted at the Albergue, Martin's weight and height were very low and he was diagnosed with malnutrition. As a result, he was integrated into the Albergue's Integral Nutrition Program.
LIP-READING AND FACIAL EXPRESSION are crucial to deaf and hard of hearing 4 effective communication. We will produce face mask for deaf with the clear window that will enable deaf and hard of hearing to express themselves effectively through lip-reading and facial expression hence mitigating communication barrier that has existed. The organization will assign trained deaf tailors to sew and produce clear face mask 4deaf and distribute them free to hearing impaired and hard of hearing persons.
The Collinsville Food Pantry serves the community of Collinsville, Il. The Coronavirus has hit us hard in the donations. We are serving more families that have been affected financially. We are needing extra funds to replenish our supply. We are serving more on a weekly basis and that is going to increase as our State quarantine continues.
Every person plays a vital role in making a difference for the brain-injured children whom we champion. We ask that you help us make the lives of the families we touch significantly better. With your help, we can keep moving forward. With your donation, DII can reach more children and provide resources to more families across the globe. Bringing the Doman Method even closer to those who need it. Will you make a difference in the life of a brain-injured child today?
India's higher education rate is only 28% as per AISHE and due to this only 40% of youth is employable. This project will support children who have left/not left and are planning to continue with higher education or independent living sustaining during the transition from institutional to independent life enabling young adults to mainstream them in society
Most of the families we work with, have been hit hard by the worldwide Corona crisis. They have lost their income, and hardly have any savings. Thus they are hungry and in immediate need of support. We want to support 100 families with food, clothes, medication and other emergent needs they may have, caused by Corona.
As the first case of Covid-19 has yet been recorded in the Kakuma Refugee Camps, this project will educate people in the refugee camps on Covid-19 and how it affects people. This will include the methods to contain the virus including hand washing, hygiene, masks, and social distancing. Soap, masks, and sanitary napkins will be distributed to vulnerable refugee families. These proactive measures will help to contain the virus if and when it enters the camp.
Nepal, is now listed among the high risk countries for recent outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic by WHO. The poor people here in Nepal are suffering to get their daily meal and proper health care after the government announced lockdown a week before which may extend for many days. We are intending to provide daily needs to the poor and needy people (homeless, daily labors, childrens, etc) including foods, soaps, sanitizer, masks, etc to ensure every person is being protected over this period.
With the COVID-19 pandemic impacting communities around the world-including ours-Project Promise's mission of improving the lives of at-risk youth on St. Croix is even more important than before. Your donation to this fund will support immediate and long-term relief and recovery in our vulnerable community during this challenging time.
Muwakhat Foundation wants to support families affected by COVID-19 and get them back on their feet, so they do not have to depend on others for feeding themselves. This was one of the reasons, Muwakhat provided some of these families with funds and fruits/vegetable carts. Now, Muwakhat will give medicines to the patients testing positive, especially the mothers. Muwakhat believes when the mother is safe, the whole family is safe.
El Proyecto es una iniciativa de la Fundacion Xiomara Urena B. en equipo con la por la Fundacion Funcomas que busca salvar vidas cientos de adultos mayores que estan siendo afectadas por la crisis actual causada por el COVID-19. Este proyecto te da la oportunidad de apoyar a garantizar alimentacion, salud y educacion para los envejecientes afectados y sus dependientes directos. Ademas, con este apoyo damos un respiro economico a sus familias con ancianos, que son que no cuentan con el respaldo.
We are a philanthropic hospital that serves children and adolescents with cancer, who are part of the risk group for coronavirus infection. The GRAACC hospital has received every news of Covid 19 expansion with great apprehension, considering the fragility of our little patients. Cancer do not stop during a pandemic! Now we are turning to the only person we can count on: YOU
The coronavirus is now in our country with at least one confirmed infected and many more under suspicion of being infected. Panic mainly due to lack of information is happening and with poor health-care system and slow government response, there is a need for civil society to take part in the education and knowledge-sharing campaign as well as provide immediate assistance to individuals who show sign of being infected.
This project will help the most vulnerable villages in rural areas with 10,000 COVID-19 medicine kits for home isolation and provide food kits for the ones who have lost their livelihood or the sole earner of their family.
Most people living in Kenya, specifically Kibera slum (The second largest urban slum in the world) depend on casual and domestic work to earn a living. However, because of COVID-19 they have lost their income and businesses. The project will provide psychological, financial and social support needed for these people to recover from the impact of COVID-19.
This project will help us provide basic food for the poorest children in Serbia who, with schools being closed, have lost the only secure daily meal. It will also give them access to the online education being provided but which they cannot follow without internet, electricity or any other remote learning resource. With the state of emergency and lock-down their parents have lost any opportunity to earn any money. We need to help their children get food, stay healthy and keep learning.
Zambia is among the many Countries that have been affected by the Corona Virus which has claimed lives in many Countries around world. The COVID-19 relief fund will provide revolving fund for vulnerable women keeping orphans and vulnerable children to start a small home based business that would help them recover from major negative impacts of COVID-19. vulnerable women are disproportionately impacted by COVID-19. Women in Zambia feeds households and helps children attend school.
Covid 19, a pandemic declared by WHO is threatening whole world by spreading in almost every corner across globe. Thousand people being infected & already died due to coronavirus. Considering the deadly outreach where the antidote is still unknown, we can only imagine the horror if it massively spread in densely populated country like ours. Your donation on the project will help us raise awareness, distribute protective gears and continue education from home by Digital Education Initiative
Partnering with women's community groups, together we're growing seedlings for kitchen gardens for 5,000+ mothers and 15,000+ children while promoting COVID-19 awareness. 100% DIRECT GIVING: 100% OF YOUR DONATIONS IMPROVE FOOD SECURITY FOR WOMEN AND THEIR FAMILIES.
On March 25th, the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in Mali. GAIA Vaccine Foundation is preparing for the outbreak alongside our partners at Hope Center Clinic. We are in need of medical supplies including masks, gowns, gloves, thermometers, and disinfectant to protect our staff and patients.
This project will provide booster grant support to 50 vulnerable families in 2 districts of Jinja and Mpigi district in Eastern and central Uganda respectively, these families lost their businesses to Covid19 lock down, the corona pandemic affected most of the small businesses run by local needy families rendering them un employed, most of these families are headed by women and the elderly people, this project is also empowering them in business skills trainings quarterly
Covid-19 is worsening inequities in our education system. Where school closures abruptly stopped learning for millions of children in low-income communities with limited access to technology, Teach For Pakistan Fellows established innovative learning routines for students using WhatsApp, SMS, calls, and printed learning packs. Moving forward, we want to support the system in offsetting the learning losses, caring for emotional & mental well-being of students, and safe re-opening of schools.
COVID-19 continues to spread around the world at an alarming rate, demanding global action to contain the spread and ensure that care is available for the most vulnerable and PIH is launching a comprehensive effort to support this response across its network of supported countries around the world. PIH is uniquely positioned to respond to COVID-19, leveraging deep experience in treating infectious disease outbreaks and responding to emergency situations around the world.
This initiative will allow us to support disadvantaged communities in West Java and Central Kalimantan, where more than 50% of the population live below the poverty line. Daily wagers and single parents, who don't have the luxury of working from home, are already struggling to survive. With this virus, we are seeing a real crisis ahead. With your help, soaps, masks, food packages and education about the disease will be provided for 4,000 families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This project especially designs for Person with Disabilities (child & Adults) on Corona Virus COVID-19 pandemic has caused devastation across the globe and with our Bangladesh. Our countries shutting transportation, market Place and declare keeping quarantines, economies have taken a huge hit. This has just begun to unfold in Bangladesh and the job losses are many peoples. During this time of distress, save the livelihood of 500 Children & Person with Disabilities through your donations.
We work with 15,000 grandmothers caring for more than 60,000 orphaned and vulnerable children. These grandmothers were already living in poverty prior to the pandemic- the current situation has made it more difficult for them to generate an income and provide for themselves and the children in their care. Your donation will provide emergency supplies to the most vulnerable as well as supporting the communities we work with to access health care, counselling, education, legal advocacy and more.
Waste pickers' livelihoods consist of combing landfills and neighborhoods to collect pieces of plastic trash. Individually, these items are almost worthless, but if enough are bundled together, they may be sold for recycling. These communities provide a vital service but are compromised by their living conditions and marginalized by their lack of status. They are being severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and need urgent support to deal with its consequences.
The International Rescue Committee is managing a global response to COVID-19, implementing preparedness work in all 40+ countries where we operate, and providing life-saving programs in areas of widespread transmission. Vulnerable populations and those living in crisis will be hit the hardest by this outbreak. We are working across three key areas: to mitigate and respond to the spread; protect IRC staff; and ensure the continuation of our existing programming globally.
Providing emergency psychosocial support for health workers; promoting hygiene in high-risk locations; and ensuring vulnerable communities have access to information, resources, and psychosocial support. The need to isolate the infected and those potentially infected can break down the social ties and connections that are particularly necessary in times of crisis, both for logistical preparation and response as well as emotional wellbeing.
While a lot of the world is coming out of lockdown, Venezuela is experiencing a uncontrollable and devastating spike in COVID cases, affecting millions of children. For many of these children, their only lifeline comes from local social programmes run by our partners. By equipping them with WASH (soap, water tanks, water purification tablets and filters), and PPE we will help mitigate COVID-19 transmission and ensure food safety for low-income families in Venezuela.
Ashwini Charitable Trust is continuing efforts since March 2020 to ensure that none of our student's families go hungry due to job insecurity in the time of a global pandemic and periodic lockdowns. The low income slum dwellers in urban Bangalore are hardest hit. The senior students of the Trust are key in ensuring fair distribution of food provisions amoung the community. Each kit contains: Rice, Toor, Sugar, Atta, Sooji, Chilli Powder, Dhaniya Powder, Tamarind, Oil, Jeera, Turmeric, Salt.
Many villages in rural Tanzania lack access to clean water meaning villagers are forced carry water very long distances from muddy ponds shared with animals, leading to multiple health problems, particularly for children. We use local expertise to sustainably address this with low cost wells. Our local rep in Kasulu has identified villages and schools in desperate need of clean water.
In Mexico, domestic violence in quarantine increased by 120% within vulnerable families. This project will help 75 families, equivalent to 300 family members, from marginal urban municipalities of Mexico City through digital sessions by a team of experts, who will provide strategies for the detection and reduction of stress, resources for recognition and emotional regulation, positive discipline without violence, and tools for positive interaction between caregivers and children.
Nafasi Art Space is Tanzania's leading multidisciplinary art centre. To deepen our impact of creativity, education and connections for even more Tanzanian art and artists, we want to develop our creative infrastructure - starting with a shared workshop space for our Academy artist development programme and a Networking space with a shop, reception area, digital media lab, and co-working spaces. More than 50 artists will use these spaces to explore their artistic ideas and share with the public.
Turkish Education Foundation (TEV) is undertaking a new project named GRATITUDE TO CORONA HEROES FUND to support the education of children of healthcare workers in Turkey who have forfeited their lives in the frontlines of this struggle due to COVID-19. Moreover, the scope of the fund will be extended to support more students who faced with negative effects of the pandemic as the Fund's support rises.
The World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic on March 11. Cases of coronavirus continue to spread rapidly throughout the world. As of July 1, 2020, there are more than 10.5 million COVID-19 cases with over 512,000 deaths across 188 countries and territories. In response, International Medical Corps is providing medical expertise, equipment, training, and triage and treatment services around the world and in the US to prevent and treat COVID-19.
Mi Valedor looks to provide continuous training, adequate space for coexistence and professional support to poor, marginalized and often homeless individuals in Mexico City. We currently work alongside a network of over 50 individuals and with your support hope to reach over 300 new beneficiaries in the next 6 months. Your donation will facilitate their reinsertion into a society, equipping them will tools to find employment, obtain housing, and dramatically improve their daily life.
COVID-19, or Coronavirus, has accentuated an already dire situation in Venezuela, especially for abandoned, community and rescue dogs & cats. During the past month (since mid-March), Venezuela is under a mandatory quarantine, which strongly limits the possibilities of survival to millions of dogs & and cats across the country. We are providing food, emergency vet care and support to thousands of animals, but we need your help to continue extending our reach.
It has been a trying year for us all and especially as an org we have gotten the support from the global giving platform,we words cannot express the gratitude in our hearts. We are faced with hardship during the lockdown it has prooven it difficult for families at the therapy center to cater for the kids . We are asking for your donations to keep the roof over the kids and provide basic needs as they attend therapy.
Project Have Hope has always been about creating lasting and sustainable change to create independence. However, the toll of COVID-19 has been too great. In these near desperate times, PHH is seeking to provide assistance to help our artisans and their families cope. Our hope is to provide 80 food baskets to the families most in need in the Acholi Quarter. Additional funds would be used to provide food as needed as the crisis continues.
The number of people infected with the COVID-19 virus in Haiti continues to grow. Our rural partners cannot stay sheltered in place as their livelihood depends entirely on them being out in the fields working. We are taking measures to provide members of 60 organizations (over 3,000 families) with the education needed on the pandemic and the necessary equipment to protect themselves, their families and communities.
As people all over the world are being impacted by the global pandemic, many Thai families are struggling just to have enough food to eat. People are losing hope and the suicide rate is skyrocketing across the nation. This project will provide food and essential supplies to provide relief and sustain the families for a few weeks.
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a new virus. Coronavirus disease spreads primarily through contact with an infected person when they cough or sneeze. The disease is spreading at an alarming rate in Pakistan and so far affected more than 3000 persons and also causing 50 deaths. in this backdrop, CHCS has started a relief campaign in order to cause awareness and also help those affected by the virus and those who have been rendered unemployed due to lockdown.
Joy for Children Uganda (JFCU) is a non -profit child rights organization established in 2005 that exists to respond to the plight of vulnerable children in Uganda. For the past 10 years Joy for Children Uganda has been implementing the Kampala Slum Development Project. This project supports many disadvantaged children and children living with disabilities in slum with basic care supplies in education and skills. Majority of the caretakers/ parents of the children on our programs are benefiting
Due to the health and economic crises that our country Morocco is currently experiencing, many of our young people are now unemployed and 130 children living in boarding schools came back to the villages of SOS children. The association is facing major financial issues because we must ensure their safety, accommodation, food, health and their education and this in addition to the 560 children already present in our villages and 176 children we help through our family strengthening programs.
Rural communities are in the desperate need of assistance since the pandemic. Almost 8% of the paraguayan population is considered in extreme poverty and most of them rely on informal jobs. This is the case of the communities surrounding Fundacion Paraguaya's Belen Agricultural School. Our objective is to assist 1,200 people by providing food and health kits and, also seeds to elaborate their own orchards. The school will provide all the technical support and become local agents of change.
We stand with everyone else around the world in these very difficult times of COVID-19 as the entire globe is affected by this pandemic. This outbreak has posed a serious challenge for us in the provision of the palliative care services to our patients and ensuring that our staff has appropriate protective equipment. However, we will try to continue to provide the much needed care amidst the threat but we need your support to enable us to do this.
Nearly 841,636 cases have been reported in Pakistan with 18000 deaths reported so far and the 3rd wave badly hit Pakistan while numbers are increasing rapidly. The lockdown is up again and have left millions of daily wage laborers, farmers etc. unemployed . The situation is getting worse with every passing hour will no space in hospitals and limited oxygen. The communities are once again fearing for not been able to get food and other important supplies. Immediate relief is the need of the hour.
PHASE Nepal works in remote and isolated areas of Nepal supporting free primary health care, livelihood and education improvement, supporting PWDs, disaster risk reduction, research and now Covid-19 response. PHASE Nepal provides direct health services to more than 90,000 patients/year in remote Humla, Mugu, Bajura, Sindhupalchok and Gorkha. Thus, this project aims to save lives of health workers and community workers by supporting their treatment incase of possible infection & complication.
According to the UNDP, Mexico is extremely vulnerable to COVID-19. 41.9% of its population already lives at or below the national poverty line. In the rural, indigenous areas in which we work, this number is 86%. With sanitary measures in place until a vaccine is found, indigenous people, especially women, suffer disproportionately. This project uses short-and medium-term micro-economic and nutrition activities to empower, educate and sustain indigenous families in these uncertain times.
Suni-Ridge is a wildlife sanctuary conserving sensitive, irreplaceable sand forest habitat for endangered species. Due to the hard Lockdown in South Africa, there has been a sudden surge in wildlife poaching. Five animals have just been cruelly snared - 85 snares were recovered in one night. There is an urgent need for increased security during this time. The Sanctuary's income has come to a complete standstill due to COVID -19 and urgent funds are desperately needed to keep our wildlife safe.
Since COVID-19 became a pandemic disease that also affects Indonesia. ACT Foundation will distribute free food aid, personal protective equipment for health officer, free mask, hand sanitizer to the community, providing education about the disease, sustainable programs, and much much more
Through a social and emotional learning (SEL) program, this project will help 1,200 indigenous girls in Chiapas to strengthen their abilities and take care of their emotions in order to prevent gender violence and school drop-out. We are working with small groups in outdoor spaces to provide emotional support to girls, organising workshops, sports and artistic activities and making radio spots in indigenous languages to prevent gender violence.
COVID-19 pandemic left many parents and guardian Jobless, and this has affected the education of many teenage girls in Nigeria. some are dropout, some can not go to school, they hawk around streets selling different things to save money for her education, but in the other hand their parents collect the savings for feeding survival. And this situation is really affecting their future. This project will help 200 teenage girls study and get educated for free.This will stop hawking on the streets.
It is generally accepted that the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic in 2020 will affect us all for months and years to come. Over the long-term we aim to provide hand sanitizer and supplies of soap for all our students in Honduras, Ecuador, Peru and Guatemala for when they enter and leave the schools each day to reassure parents that it is a safe place and also to reduce the chance of bringing the virus into the schools and taking the virus back home and potentially afflicting the elderly.
Dare to Care Food Bank is standing by our neighbors who are facing food insecurity, during a time when prices of basic necessities are rising each day. We want to ensure that our neighbors no longer need to make difficult choices between food, gas, and other essentials, so we ask that you help us provide them nutritious groceries, meals, and basic necessities.
The fund will help poor families build resilience during this hard economic times of covid-19 pandemic. Lose of livelihood has made life very difficult and unbearable for most poor families and they need help to help them stand again and live normal lives.
The head of the Covid-19 effort in Haiti is hoping for availability of 3,000 hospital beds. There are actually only 70 beds currently available, of these 40 are provided by St Luke's Hospital. We are gearing up to provide additional beds, we have separate staff for the COVID-19 patients, and we are desperately looking to be ready with equipment (mostly PPE) for our employees. Community support remains a central focus of St Luke's programs: we distribute chlorox for handwashing, masks and food
There are growing fears of the substantial human impact with the arrival of COVID-19 within particularly vulnerable populations across Africa and Asia. Refugee and displaced communities do not have the luxury of safe space, clean water, soap, or medical care should they become sick. This is where Peace Winds is assisting communities in some of the world's poorest countries, utilizing our expertise in sanitation and hygiene promotion, community education & health worker training.
When the world is told distance yourselves, remain isolated, young people fighting cancer feel heightened levels of anxiety & loneliness. Relationships, connections & community are essential to prevent & tackle loneliness. Unable to fulfil our primary activities we've launched new digital meet ups. Our programme is a mix of interactive online video sessions eg Yoga, Live Specialist Q&As and fun off-line projects & e-learning opportunities. We're hosting group 'meet ups' online to keep connected.
COVID-19 has been declared a world pandemic. It has already affected more than 800,000 people with many losing their lives. The spread of COVID-19 has impacted negatively to the lives of the Orphaned and vulnerable children in Africa. In our Village we do have lots of such cases and with the government shut down of schools these kids have no where to turn to and they need to supported with food and other WASH materials like soaps and hand Sanitizers to protect themselves from the Corona virus.
This project will provide direct medical assistance for doctors and nurse in hospitals and clinics throughout Peru. The confirmed cases of infection are growing rapidly, We are in a position to accelerate our shipments - preparing 2 containers stuffed with donated medical equipment and supplies to ship to Lima in less than 2 weeks + we have shipments just arriving there now and forsee a longterm need.
This project was born from the need to address violence from a gender perspective. It is appropriate to activate actions that allow counteracting all forms of violence, especially in the current Covid-19 crisis, where the Colombian government took the mandatory quarantine measure that has lasted for more than two months. This project seeks to attend, prevent and activate routes in cases of domestic violence with 30 women and mothers who are caretakers and contribute to minimizing the risks.
Pakistan Rural Communities are the Victims of COVID-19, millions affected due food shortage, we at AHD through this project want to support women and children at their door step for provision emergency food during country LOCK DOWN & support to 1,000 families & about 8,000 people will be benefited from this food ration relief activity. AHD staff already in action to asses and provide 1,000 rural poor families needs urgent basis support.
Fundacion John Langdon Down serves more than 1,500 students with Down Syndrome and their low-income families each year. We offer educational, medical and psychological programs to children, teens and adults.
This project will help Rainbow Trust Children's Charity to continue providing emotional and practical support to life-threatened or seriously ill children and their families who, in the current coronavirus crisis, are facing their already difficult day-to-day becoming the impossible. We want to be able to continue supporting the 2,500 vulnerable families we currently help. We can only continue to do all this if we have money to fund it.
Spousal abuse and domestic violence is skyrocketing in Pakistan due to COVID-19 lockdowns, lost jobs, meltdown in economy and husbands working from home. This project fundraises to help abused women get help and sanctuary.
COVID-19, and the resulting mass unemployment being experienced across the country has been the catalyst in the exponential increase in food insecurity. Foodbank is in urgent need of funding to source key staple foods that don't come in sufficient quantities via traditional rescue channels. This will enable Foodbank to provide a sustainable supply in a variety of essential foods that are nutritious and convenient for vulnerable Australians during these extraordinary and unprecedented times.
The Corona epidemic has added new suffering to the Yemeni people, who have been suffering from the scourge of war for six years, and with the severe weakness of the infrastructure in Yemen and the poor medical services, the epidemic is spreading among Yemeni society rapidly, as the daily statistics which are in fact inaccurate due to the limet of PCR tests, so people face the epidemic without assistance. This project aims to provide aid and assistance to poor families to confront the spread of
Healthcare professionals are our essential defense on the front lines against deadly infectious diseases such as COVID 19, and they are operating under tremendous strain to provide quality care to a surging number of patients. We aim to protect them from the harmful effects of chronic stress in these trying times by giving them skills to better manage stress and difficult emotions, strengthen their interpersonal relationships, cultivate emotional resilience and improve their mental well-being.
This project will support veterans and those in the process of leaving (or were about to do so before the pandemic) the emergency services. Many veterans have come out of retirement to help tackle the crisis and it is those, in particular, who will be helped through this project. FirstLight Trust will provide tools, resources and therapies to ensure they are supported and able to deal with the current and future situation; in particular the emotional, mental and physical fall out.
The lockdown means many breadwinners for families in Kibera are not working - from those relying on informal labour markets to staff in the community-based schools in our network. Many live hand to mouth, unable to develop financial safety nets, and are therefore unable to pay for food and basic needs for their children. Shopkeepers give credit to regular customers but they struggle to restock without cash, affecting their ability to eat. We are fundraising for food packages for families.
Safe Water and AIDS Project (SWAP) has been operating in Western Kenya since 2005 with public health programs, research and emergency response. SWAP's mission is to provide innovative solutions for improved health and economic status of communities. SWAP has joined the Ministry of Health COVID 19 rapid response teams to help prevent the spread and mitigate the impact. Currently we are reaching out to remote public health facilities with hand washing stations, soap, masks and hygiene promotion.
COVID-19 has devastated economies in Africa leaving many jobless & hungry. Poverty may turn out to be the biggest killer in the end. In southern Africa the pandemic is growing & many vulnerable people lost their livelihoods as tourism crashed & their future is bleak. Help All Out Africa reach those who most need relief in the kingdom of Eswatini, South Africa and Mozambique. All Out Africa sources & delivers food parcels, sanitizer & poverty relief stipends to vulnerable families most impacted.
As with many other countries, Tanzania too has been impacted by COVID-19. Twende Social Innovation Centre wants to flatten the curve by making technologies to slow the spread of the virus. According to health practitioners, handwashing destroys the virus. We have successfully tested foot-powered tippy taps, where users can wash hands without touching the tap. We need your support to bring our locally designed and built tippy taps to public hospitals, orphanages, and marketplaces in Arusha, TZ.
SPI will provide vegetable seed to ensure that thousands of families and communities can grow their own food while following stay-at-home orders during the Coronavirus pandemic. In partnership locations like the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota USA, rural Guatemala, and South Sudan, hunger was ever present and will grow during the current recession. Unemployment and social distancing are driving massive interest in home gardening, and there's not enough home garden seed to go around.
Within weeks of COVID19 hitting hundreds of Cambodians were out of work as tourists left and businesses closed. Hundreds are now out of work, facing the potential threat of sickness through COVID19, or hunger as so many families fall into deep poverty. We will continue to support our community in every way we can. At this time that means providing emergency food, hygiene products and medicine to those who cannot afford it and also moving our counselling and workshops online.
The COVID-19 has deeply impacted tourist communities. There are families with ZERO income struggling to bring food to their tables. We have been providing basic support to those in the most desperate situation, at this point 250 packages of food have been distributed to the most vulnerable families in Drake Bay. This fund was created to provide small donations to communities in Osa Peninsula. The gifts to local groups were used for community improvements such as drinking water systems, etc.
Endemic problems affecting Haitian communities-including extreme poverty, food insecurity, and gender-based violence-are rapidly worsening because of COVID-19 pandemic. In this context, the HAGN's mentors are playing a critical role in supporting adolescent girls-who are disproportionately impacted by these crises. This project will provide 187 mentors stipends to enable them to continue performing this critical emergency response work with girls and communities in Haiti .
With emerging of COVID-19 coupled with traditional issues that marginalized girls and women across the globe including Bangladesh from March 2020; the vulnerability of girls and women has increased to the greatest extent. This was confirmed from a mini research that was conducted by DDEF from February to September, 2020; when it registered 20 girls for its designed program on Home Economics; 50% only reported on the 30/9/2020 and the balance of 50% dropped out because of those.
As of July 28th,2020 identified Covid-19 in 2,29,185 people & died 3000 people in Bangladesh. Bangladesh Govt. implemented social distancing through Lockdown countrywide( from 25-03-2020 to 30-05-2020). As a result worker, day labor & lower income people lost their job & facing crisis for buying food & essential.Your donation to this fund will support immediate and long-term relief and recovery in vulnerable communities during one of the most challenging times we have collectively faced.
NGO hospitals in Gaza are currently operating without adequate COVID19 testing to safeguard the most vulnerable staff and patients. In communities, the cascading effects of COVID19 are pushing families further into food insecurity. Our partner NGOs ask your help to provide boxes of food, masks, and sanitizers to the most vulnerable. Medical staff at our three partner NGO hospitals ask for COVID19 rapid test kits to test high risk and medically vulnerable patients as well as staff. Please help.
This past year 1 in 4 households have become food insecure - including children. Covid-19 has definitely changed the way Rescuing Leftover Cuisine operates, but not a single week in 2020 has passed without food being rescued across the nation. On the contrary, we have provided over 1,224 meals every single week since August. As we prepare for the winter and a potential second wave of Covid-19, our mission is more important than ever before. Solve food waste and hunger one plate at a time!
This project is to support children to have their hands properly washed while they are staying home. Currently, schools all across Cambodia are closed Parents are desperate to secure daily food support for their families. Because of SARS-CoV-2, there are many families losing their jobs, and therefore access to income. Our target is to provide 100 families with one handwashing device and a package of food supplies.
As Covid-19 continues to devastate lives and livelihoods across the world, it also threatens to leave a generation of vulnerable children facing desperate situations. India, the country hit second hardest in the world by the pandemic has over 11 million children already living on the streets, facing violence, sexual exploitation, trafficking and abuse every day. Now these already fragile communities face a new threat from Covid-19 - the loss of income, homes and the safety net of school.
Many of our community members have been disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, experiencing sudden loss of income. They are now at risk of becoming homeless, an outcome that we strive to combat. To that end, we seek to create "Roots Rapid Relief Fund," a flexible funding source to help alleviate some of the financial hardships, provide food, ensure that they do not default on rent, utility or phone bills, and that they remain housed during this devastating pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic marks an unprecedented time that will require the best of humanity to overcome. Coronavirus has taken thousands of lives and spread to nearly in the all country. Your donation to this project will support immediate and relief in Gay men who are HIV positive during one of the most challenging times we have collectively faced.
We've recently learnt of the plight of our local hospitals during the COVID-19 crisis. We have seen pictures of mothers lying on the floor during labour or waiting days for a C-section, which causes many risks for the mothers and babies. Through this project, we'd like to purchase mattresses and blankets for the many expectant moms queuing the passages waiting to deliver their babies.
The COVID19 has hit everyone's health and economy and those living on the street have resented it even more. We have all been sent home, but what happens when your home is the street? Today more than ever we need your help to advance the work we do with youth and families who work on the street or live in public spaces. Your donation will be used to cover the payment of the personnel that attends directly to the people and to offer our services to each family and youth.
Orbis is on a mission to prevent and control COVID-19 in Ethiopia and we need your help. Teaching the importance of hand washing is at the heart of what we do at Orbis, to prevent eye diseases such as Trachoma. Such personal hygiene practices are also key in preventing the spread of COVID-19. This project will provide key COVID-19 messaging and hygiene supplies across a region of 3.4 million people.
Organ transplantation is a gift of life. A second chance to live made possible by an organ donor. Unfortunately, transplanted patients are a high-risk population for COVID-19. But thanks to technology, it is possible to help optimize the treatment of these patients and thus, save them from losing the transplant and/or losing their life.
This project will increase food production and income for 50 most vulnerable families impacted by COVID-19 in the rural community of Cambodia by providing them farming resources including seed and fertilizer to launch their gardens at home.
This project will provide food, shelter, education, health and hygiene support for 750 vulnerable girls affected by the Coronavirus pandemic as well as with other upcoming disaster that is expected to happen in the near future.
This project will help break the barriers of misconceptions among local people through education. It will provide emergency food packs to those who are going hungry, including low-income families, orphanages, physically challenged, and older people's homes. One food pack costs USD 15 and keeps a family of 5 in food security for ten days.
The Butterfly Tree is supporting children and vulnerable people in rural areas of Zambia impacted by COVID-19. Two thirds of the population live on less than $2 per day and cannot afford to buy soap, masks or stockpile food. To protect communities where we work we urgently need donations for rural health clinics and schools to purchase hand sanitizing gel, soap and masks for medical staff and pupils. Food shortages are widespread as tourism has come to a standstill and the economy is weak.
Tahanan ng Pagmamahal Children's Home, Inc wants to sustain the basic needs of the 45 children including food and medical to boost their immune system and to prevent them from COVID 19 Pandemic and other illnesses.
India has declared a 21 day lockdown due to the Corona Virus. Our very poor Dalit mothers will be unable to work and earn enough money to feed their families. They survive from day to day making money to buy food. They have no savings and now no jobs. Their Micro finance schemes will no longer be able to operate. With the help of your donation Nandri will ensure our mothers and their families survive this catastrophe. Just a small amount enables us to support one of our families for 1 month.
This project will encourage and uphold academic excellence for 16 girls in Kenya by providing them with consistent support, professional mentoring, counselling, safe housing and individualized tutoring.
This project aims to keep a private school and orphanage from closure, following the impact of covid on income from fee-paying pupils. This project aims to support the school with its immediate shortfall in income and to help to build a sustainable cost and revenue model to provide long term security for the children it serves. Closure of the school would leave 30 orphans without a home, care, food or education and a further 20 orphans would be without education.
The Saint Lucia National Trust (SLNT) is mandated to protect Saint Lucia's patrimony. Revenue from the Pigeon Island National Landmark, our flagship site, is our main source of income, which helps us to preserve other historic sites, and landscapes with their flora and fauna, some of which are endemic species. With the removal of the Government subvention in 2017 and responses to COVID-19 we face uncertainty for both our conservation work and our dedicated staff. Please help keep the SLNT alive!
Coronavirus is spreading rapidly among our community due to other cultural beliefs we had in our country like hand shaking when greeting each other, staying closer in funeral ceremonies, Engagement and Wedding ceremonies, Initiation ceremonies and the way out Orphans and other Vulnerable person's are sharing their staying and sleeping rooms. Some of these Malawian cultures need to be stopped and the supply of some material that i helps in preventing the spread of coronavirus has to increasing
The COVID-19 pandemic is one of the worst health and economic crises in modern history and it continues to require the best of humanity to overcome. Your donation to this fund will help stop the spread of the virus, including the highly contagious Omicron variant, to protect us all.
The COVID-19 pandemic has turned lives upside down. But you can ensure that no girl or child is forgotten. Your gift to Plan International USA will be used where needed most, to help create sustainable change and address the root causes of poverty and inequality. Donations can support programs, innovation, and infrastructure required to deliver our programs to girls and children worldwide, in areas such as protection, education, health, sanitation, disaster relief and economic empowerment.
Caring is a demanding job; it requieres a huge effort. In this stage of isolation to prevent COVID 19 from spreading, the caregivers of our children have had to increase their days of living together and caring for children. Therefore, at CRAN we have designed an accompaniment process to care for our caregivers and promote in them the importance of maintaining their emotional, mental and physical well-being to guarantee the best conditions to take care of themselves and our children.
This project will fund the immediate distribution of hospital beds, medical exam tables, surgical gowns, hampers and much more to several hospitals expanding services in the 6 counties now under shelter at home status - in preparation for the growing number of confirmed coronavirus cases.
As the coronavirus spreads, communities facing poverty and injustice are again on the frontlines of crisis. Building on decades of local partnerships, our global response includes the distribution of hygiene kits, public health education, and advocacy for public services.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected Centre Marembo (CM) and raised many problems mostly food insecurity and WASH related issues for homeless teen mothers and babies. Due to the lockdown we are experiencing, all our agriculture and livestock activities are no longer productive. This has affected our nutrition mechanism and we are aiming to reach out to 200 homeless teen mothers, their babies, pregnant teens and street girls.
The Project is an initiative of the Joyas de Cristo Boys and Girls Foundation and sponsored by the Funcomas Foundation that seeks to save the lives of thousands of hundreds of families that are being affected by the current crisis caused by COVID-19. This project gives you the opportunity to help guarantee food, health and education for affected people and their direct dependents. As well as dependents of people who have been unemployed due to the pandemic.
In Northern Ghana, as soon as a girl gets married, she often has to stop school and her husband takes control. More often than not, she becomes the (too-)young mother of a child born into a new generation, destined to grow up in poverty. Alongside poverty, the taboo associated with premarital sex is a major driver of the high number of child marriages. To sustainably improve Girls' Health, Education and rights, enhanced efforts are needed to build their capacity to make safe choices.
Unexpected circumstance hit the world with the virus COVIOD-19. The lock -down in Los Cabo Mexico, being a touristic destination, has had devastating effects on each of our beneficiaries' families. Fathers and mothers are without income or their salaries have been greatly reduced. Already a vulnerable segment of society, our kid's have been put in worse conditions with more burden and misfortune adding even greater emotional uncertainty to the whole family.
The way we look at life has massively changed in the past few months. At a global level. And that includes the way we look at Education, especially in Romania - where the system was not fully prepared to move entirely into online. 1 in 3 children in Romania live in relative income poverty. The project aims to equip a minimum number of 200 children from economically-deprived environments with tools necessary to continue their online education.
The second wave of the coronavirus in Nepal is spreading faster than anywhere else. Hundreds of people are dying on daily basic and, many of them are dying because they can't afford the treatment. The poorest are already hit hardest by the previous lockdown and restrictions. Now with this new wave of the virus and restrictions, the future of the poorest is dark and uncertain. This project will help the poorest in whatever way it is possible to come out of this pandemic.
This project will allow 51 boys and girls who work on the street to continue with their basic education and develop technological skills in a safe space. They do not have access to technology to access online education and are at risk of dropping out of school. To support them, we will provide academic monitoring and access to technology in three groups in our day centre. It is here the construction of a decent future begins - let's give access to education and technology.
Our One Health project with Shangaan women around Gonarezhou National Park aims to to build longer-term resilience with nutrition gardens managed by 200 women and to provide emergency food aid to vulnerable households and. The COVID crisis greatly reduced tourism activity on which Mahenye community's livelihood depends. Our project supports women who, as managers of family nutrition and health, are key to a balanced Human-Wildlife cohabitation.
Type 1 Diabetes(T1D) is a manageable disease if you have the proper diet, food supply and insulin. This T1D project will support 41 people living with T1D, but lacking a constant food supply, glucose readers and insulin. During the COVID19 quarantine, more persons than usual have been taken to the hospital because of their glucose levels not being regulated properly. They lack food because the quarantine has stopped all non-essential jobs in communities that depend on money daily to eat.
This project plans to give 300 mexican vulnerable children a free community musical education during the COVID-19 contingency in the middle area of San Luis Potosi, Mexico. We will give them virtual classes with professional personal in places where violence, drug traffic, alcoholism, and other social problems are.
COVID-19 has been declared a world pandemic. It has already affected more than 200,000 people with many losing their lives. The spread of COVID 19 can be stopped. With this knowledge Communities Health Africa Trust (CHAT) is joining other global organizations to ensure we help all the community's most at risk. We work with remote and vulnerable communities in northern Kenya with little to no information and basic supplied to protect themselves from COVID19.
During the COVID-19 crisis, we are counting on doctors, nurses, grocery store workers, police, EMTs and many other essential services providers to make it to work every day. But, many of them can't do that without childcare. Boys & Girls Clubs of Huntington Valley is keeping its doors open to serve infants through 8th graders at its preschools and school age Clubs so parents can do their important jobs that our community needs right now while their kids are in the safe Club environment.
The second wave of COVID is devastating India. Ahmednagar District, where Snehalaya operates is one of the worst hit with no beds, oxygen or medicines available to our largely rural population. We are pressuring authorities to improve the situation while also operating our own medical facilities & offering vital support to as many of the 150,000 plus in our district who have tested positive with COVID.
By donating to Oregon Humane Society, you are helping fund life-saving medical care, needed behavior training, spay and neuter surgeries, as well as transport pets from overcrowded shelters, fund Humane Investigations to rescue animals from cruelty and neglect, and ultimately, get thousands of pets into loving homes each year.
We will provide vegetable seeds, organic fertilizer and pesticides and training to 3,000 poor households in order for them to start their individual backyard vegetable gardens, remain healthy and well and have steady sources of income and nutrition during this very challenging times.
As the Coronavirus continues to spread throughout the world, Shadhika is in close conversation with our grantee partners about how the pandemic is impacting the young women we support. It is clear that our young women are in need, so Shadhika is launching a Covid-19 Emergency Response Fund to provide rapid, flexible, financial support to our grantee partners so they can take action to ensure the young women we support are taken care of during this crisis.
CHHASE will provide support to informal workers, such as mask, soap, sanitizer and livelihood support to the poor & daily wage workers and dependent family members, who lost work and earning due to COVID-19 lockdowns. Imagine wake up not knowing what to feed to family. There are as many as 85 crore informal workers in India and who are more vulnerable. Almost none of them get a monthly pay. The precaution on the aged people and big awareness and counselling to poor and marginalized people.
Health In Harmony is dedicated to reversing global heating through healthcare, livelihood, and conservation programs that protect rainforests. The communities we work with in Indonesia and Madagascar need emergency medical supplies and funding to respond to COVID-19: to prepare front-line staff, facilities, and communities for an increase in cases, and to support national systems strengthening and public health outreach. By saving lives today, we can save rainforests tomorrow!
In Mexico, every day of 2017, two babies were born to mothers aged 10 and 11. That same year, Mexico had the highest teen pregnancy rate among the 34 member countries of the Organization for Economic Growth Co-operation and Development. Los Cabos has the highest teen pregnancy rate in Mexico. This project will provide no-cost family planning education and support to impoverished women of Los Cabos.
This project will provide food packs to 750 senior citizens severely affected by the Coronavirus pandemic in 3 remote barrios in Misamis Oriental province. During our site visits in these communities, we witnessed the overwhelming need for food for the elderly in the area. We aim to provide food supply for at least 3 weeks until severe restrictions in the flow of farm products are lifted.
COVID-19, high unemployment, and a crumbling public health system are combining to devastate rural communities in Bihar, India. Nalanda district faces a dire shortage of basic medicines, equipment, trained healthcare workers, food and work opportunities. FORRAD, our NGO partner in India, has been distributing food rations, basic medicines and equipment in Nalanda. But after weeks of COVID relief, FORRAD recognizes that what is most urgently needed is paid employment in the local area.
Este proyecto brindara capacitacion en linea a 125 emprendedoras de de 7 estados de Mexico. Les daremos herramientas para que transformen sus negocios a las nuevas necesidades del mercado derivado de COVID-19. / This project will provide online training to 125 female entrepreneurs from 7 states of Mexico. We will give them tools to transform their businesses to the new needs of the market derived from COVID-19.
Urban Harvest's "Grow A Resilience" is a COVID-19 response to ensure Houstonians stay healthy, active & nutritiously fed. The project: 1) sustains the largest farmers market in the region- supporting 110 hard-hit local farms & small businesses, while offering a safe way for community members to access food; 2) reaches 19,500 Houstonians with organic garden education via online webinars, classes & resources; & 3) matches SNAP benefits dollar-for-dollar on fresh produce at farmers markets citywide
Covid pandemic has caused devastation across the globe and with countries shutting their borders and quarantines, economies have taken a huge hit. This has just begun to unfold in India and the job losses are mounting, especially among the daily wage workers. During this time of distress, save the livelihood of 200+ visually challenged daily workers families affected by Covid through your timely donations.This will help them acquire their basic living needs as they are without job security.
In the densely populated refugee camps, people have lost their sources of income since early March 2020 due to the emergency curfew in our fight against COVID19. To keep our communities safe, action is needed to provide crucial items to the most vulnerable households. Karama's immediate step is to distribute food&health packages in 5 camps (serving 45,000 people). As soon as the situation allows, Karama will continue with an innovative resilience program that rehabilitates local livelihoods.
The massive explosion that rocked Beirut and destroyed much of the Lebanese capital's port last week threatens to have disastrous consequences for the roughly 1.5 million Syrian and Palestinian refugees who have long relied on humanitarian aid in the country. They were already vulnerable, because of the bad economic crisis and corona virus crisis and measures that had impacted the whole country. At least 43 Syrian workers were among the victims of the blast which killed more than 200 people.
The Coronavirus is now a pandemic and widespread and there is a need for concerted effort in order to help mitigate its effect. Towards this end, we will mobilize 200 youth in order to mount education campaign as well as soap-distribution initiative in order to assist in stemming the spread of the virus.
In Kasese District, and the Rwenzori region of Uganda, hundreds of vulnerable children and women are living in camps with no food, clean water, shelter and hygiene facilities after losing everything they had to floods. Joy for Children Uganda (JFCU) is working to restore their lives. By donating to this cause, you will not only impact on the lives of 100,000 children, women and men affected by floods and at risk of being abused but also prevent the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The massive number of refugees in Jordan make up one of the most vulnerable, high risk groups in the world to contract, die from, and rapidly spread the COVID-19 virus - in their population and the wider region. A deadly combination of risk factors creates an immediate and potent formula threatening to erupt into a major humanitarian catastrophe, posing a perilous threat in the world, if we do nothing. We are using tele-med to reach as many refugees with vital health care services as possible.
This project now over a year old combines many aspects of the helping the poor in dealing with the devastating consequences of the Covid 19 pandemic here in Bihar one of the poorest states in India. Our Rescue centre in Gaya became overwhelmed with requests for help as returning migrant labourers often after walking hundreds of kilometres could not feed their children. Our emergency response saved many lives. However Covid is going to be around a long time and our response needs to be too..
100 women in our microloan program are out of work due to isolation guidelines in Ethiopia, meaning resources for food and rent no longer exist. Many are the sole breadwinners for their households, as they support extended family members under one roof. These homes have little to no safety net and have immediately lost all resources for basic needs. Added to this are the health risks of living in close quarters at a time it is critical to social distance.
Colombia is one of the most unequal countries in Latin America. The COVID-19 crisis has highlighted these inequalities since millions have lost their jobs or their access to education. MAKAIA will train 100 women, youth and unemployed from low-income communities in coding and programming so they can acquire the right skills to get jobs, build a career path, or start their own businesses. The opportunities in the technology sector will continue to grow and they need to be accessible to all.
The emergency relief aims at providing immediate food ration support to the domestic housekeepers who have lost their source of income and also do not have any other means to fulfill this basic requirement for their families. It also seeks to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 spread in the community due to the crowded urban slum conditions, through the distribution of hygiene kits, installation of hand washing units and furthermore to support a sustained income generation during the lockdown period.
Well over a year and we are all still fighting COVID-19. In developed countries like the UK and USA the press is flooded with the number of residence vaccinated but for places such as India, Africa and poorer communities the end is far from insight. In Kerala where we work 1.5 million cases of COVID have been confirmed and numbers are climbing. India is seeing 350,000 new cases each day. Governments are failing and communities have access to no oxygen and people are dying. Help is needed NOW
The COVID-19 National Relief Fund will support nonprofit organizations working on the frontlines to help the most vulnerable people in the Korean American (KA) communities. These constituents of the nonprofits have been negatively affected by the COVID economic downturn. The 3 priority areas include 1) service for low-income seniors/elderly Korean American population; 2) mental health/family counseling services for the KA community; and 3) economic support for undocumented families.
Project will support for the family and migrant who lost thier work because covid panademic and struglling for survival in life near and around the land of Buddha because of lost the work and difficult to feed their family specially for the family whose children are attending in the school and the migrant who return after lost their work because of covid panademic and lockdown. Its became risky for the children who may dropout in the school because of family circumstances.
This project will help fund 750 women and girls-led small business either as support for struggling businesses due to lock-downs in communities or to help new business as opportunities due to the pandemic comes up. We will provide support to very poor, economically struggling women and girls and aim to improve their social and economic situations amidst this difficult times.
Provide essential healthcare services to remote communities in Northern Region of Sierra Leone. There are no provision of hand water materials and awareness in the remote part for over 4000 people. At the moment of the current crisis of COVID-19, the project will cater and provide essential emergency services and materials needed. In addition, the project team will work to support the community to prevent the infection, identify suspicious cases and refer to the locally made quarantine houses.
COVID-19 infections in Italy exceeded 15,000 units, over 7,000 in Lombardy. The emergency is seriously stressing the Healthcare System which must face a very high number of hospitalizations and the exponential increase in places in intensive care. The government imposed severe restrictions: from the lockout of all non-essential activities to the closure of schools of all levels.We want to guarantee support to the most vulnerable Children with educational and sanitary services
In our community many children have been traumatized by the loss of their parents, abandoned due to extreme poverty . Mentor Orphans Africa provides shelters, food , Free Education and Healthy care to these vulnerable , orphaned children, Among these are HIV/ AIDS victims. due to the covid-19 pandemic, we cannot give basic needs due to situation changes in our country of limited movement, doubled prices.Apparently, our children feed on porridge for both breakfast and supper.
Sujawal is one of the poorest districts of Pakistan with a high prevalence of persons with disabilities. Even in this day and age, drinking clean water and better educational opportunities are like dreams for a person with disabilities. NOWPDP is opening up a Model Special School for education and skills development. We need your support to build an RO Plant under our school premises that will provide clean drinking water to 2200+ persons with disabilities and their family members every day.
CARE is quickly mounting a global response to the COVID-19 pandemic - which threatens to overwhelm healthcare resources, particularly in countries with weak public health infrastructures. For decades CARE has worked in places where healthcare systems are weak and long-lasting food supplies have been wiped out by disaster. Our immediate efforts focus on three areas: setting up isolation spaces in refugee camps, preparing home-quarantine kits, and pre-positioning emergency supplies.
During this pandemic, we need your support to continue serving and responding to the evolving needs of youth and families already facing complex challenges and at risk of financial and food insecurity. Your gift will help youth remain safe, healthy, and resilient to additional challenges and hardships. Innovative housing, academic, mental health, and other programs and services will protect youths' physical and mental health and minimize learning loss during this unprecedented crisis.
Since the launch of the COVID19 Vaccination Campaign by the Government of Zimbabwe in 2021, only 48% of the rural population have been vaccinated. This low vaccination drive in rural areas has been caused by lack of health facilities in remote locations to facilitate vaccination, and lack of vaccine education causing people to be worried about the unknown effects of the vaccine. The country continues to see onward infection due to lack of access to vaccine information and the vaccine itself.
In the world, 129.2 million girls are out of school.In Southern Asia, girls are disadvantaged for almost all levels of education.The Coronavirus pandemic is likely to have a huge impact on them, with an increased risk of sexual exploitation, early pregnancy and forced marriage.The economic hardships caused by the crisis will likely induce some families to invest less in girls' education beside increasing their domestic and caring responsibilities. The project take place in India and Bangladesh
We will provide fund and material assistance for artisans and small farmers affected by the Coronavirus. With local communities on complete lock-downs or enhanced quarantine, many artisans such as carpenters, vendors and small farmers are unable to work or sell their products. We need to provide them with money, food, medical support and other relief assistance in order for them to survive and surpass this calamity.
Let us not forget the weakest among us in this time of serious crisis! As Caritas Austria we want to be close to the people in need and we have to fulfil our mission "See hardship and act against it!" in the best possible way, even in this extraordinary situation. To achieve this, however, we are also dependent on your help. Please help to maintain the support for the weakest in our country!
Witness to Witness (W2W) offers support services for frontline clinicians whose jobs put them at high risk for burnout, demoralization and moral injury. In the last year, the intensity of stressors facing people all over the world has increased exponentially and hope is a resource we all need to call upon. Witness to Witness provides an answer to the call for hope by working collectively to support those working tirelessly to meet the needs of others.
The CARE Fund seeks to adjoin local, regional, national and international philanthropic partners in support of our disaster relief and resiliency strategies in response to the COVID19 Global Pandemic. As a community-based foundation serving disproportionately vulnerable, under-served American residents in the U.S. Caribbean, St. Croix Foundation is leading our community through a progressive and proactive approach to philanthropy grounded by a commitment to social equity and self-sufficiency.
March 16, 2020, the entire island of Luzon, Philippines was placed under quarantine due to a growing number of COVID-19 cases, forcing almost all businesses to close. We are based in Quezon City, a city of about 2.9 million people. With businesses closed, suspended public transport & slow government's response to the crisis, poor families of daily wage earners are now left unsure of where to get food for the next weeks! Please help us give nutritious meals to thousands of families affected.
The hidden and hurting of this world remain unaware or untrained in basic wellness habits, as well as the knowledge that Coronavirus is out there. Our teams will send out volunteers to rural communities instructing using a CDC/WHO curriculum to help villagers prevent unnecessary deaths and avoid mass infection. We will provide small health kits, as well as training about why these habits are important, as well as what to do if someone becomes ill. Who will go if we do not?
As healthcare systems become overburdened in the fight against COVID-19, for as little as $10 you can help UNFPA protect those most vulnerable to the ravishes of the disease. Your gift can provide safe delivery kits to pregnant women unable to access healthcare support, supply healthcare workers with essential protective equipment, and ensure that critical reproductive health services remain functional, guaranteeing that even amidst a global pandemic, the unique needs of women and girls are met.
About a month ago the pandemic was first reported in Kenya. The effects of this has left most families suffering. These people relied on peasant business like: selling groceries at the evening market, some work in transport businesses having almost no income at all. Most of the people in Nyalenda work during the day to be able to purchase food for dinner. no money earned means no dinner that day. There is also lack PPE. We ask for your donations to cushion them from suffering
Global Emergency Care has launched the Emergency Action Fund in response to the COVID-19 crisis. Now, more than ever, your support of GEC is critical. Our Emergency Care Practitioners (ECPs) are some of the only specialist emergency care providers in Uganda and are the most equipped to deal with the COVID-19 crisis there. They are on the front lines of this pandemic as it spreads across Uganda, and are the communities' best hope for triaging COVID-19 symptoms and providing quality patient care.
Joy Foundation has been working in the rural areas of Punjab, Pakistan since 2009 in education, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), Environment sector. So far, the deadly novel corona virus outbreak has infected thousands of people and spread to over 199 countries (including Pakistan) since its emergence. Especially children are most affected with it because it's difficult for because they did not understand much about it. So this Virus attach on children and elder people more quickly.
For more than 12 years "Enjoyable Ageing" has been supporting about 350 care homes in 50 regions of Russia. We strove for better quality of life for residents as well as for making care homes more open and comfortable to live in. And it worked until the pandemic changed everything in just a few days. Most care homes went on lockdown leaving elderly residents isolated, and many members of staff fell ill. Those who keep working experience critical shortages of personal protective equipment (PPE).
The National COVID-19 pandemic lock-down in Uganda has greatly devastated many families, but the families of orphans and vulnerable children are the most hit.Children from these families can hardly access education study materials to facilitate continuous learning because they cannot afford e-learning gadgets like televisions,radios, internet or newspapers.We urgently need your support to help vulnerable rural girls access continuous learning and also to economically empower their families.
The Coronavirus pandemic has affected us all without any type of boundaries. Our nonprofit organization is no exception. Puerto Rico is in lockdown since March 15, 2020. This means that we had to stop our services to the community and be creative in the ways we look after our people. The internet and social media have given us a platform to reach out to all the people who are in quarantine. Our counselors and therapists have been actively posting advice and guidance in our social media.
Pandemic COVID-19 has brought a great isolation and psychological distress among people epecially the destitute and disabled people in this critical situation. We have found many of them have lack of food, supplies and even unable to recharge balance of their cell phone. KOSHISH, realized to support and link them for the needful services via telephone and has established a Toll-Free Number, so that the people can freely contact with us; we can listen from them and link with their emergency need.
During this COVID-19 pandemic and MCO, our Blind and Visually Impaired (BVI) community and Ex-Nicholites are confronted by additional obstacles, they are incapable to go out alone for buying their essential groceries. Therefore, We need donations in cash and contributions of the care package towards our Home. We sincerely appreciate your generosity in helping our BIV Community and Ex-Nicholites. Donate and Help us Now.
The current, really frightening, corona/COVID-19 pandemic affects many areas of the work of ProDogRomania and we have to face these challenges and look for solutions so that we can care solidly for our dogs in our shelters in Romania.
Our plan is simple: educate and equip to slow the spread. The C2C Collaborative: COVID-19 Response will secure emergency response items and provide funds for our two Peasant Associations to purchase items on the ground. These items will be used to create 1,000 response packets as part of our Continuous Care Initiative.
Colombia is one of the most unequal countries in Latin America (GINI, World Bank), and this inequality is also reflected in the access to internet, digital skills, education and employment. The COVID-19 crisis has highlighted these inequalities. Those with less opportunities or in remote communities, are the ones that have been greatly impacted. MAKAIA will work with at-risk, vulnerable and excluded communities to develop the digital skills they need to minimize the effects of COVID-19.
Our teams in Sierra Leone and Liberia are experiencing skyrocketing prices and high unemployment in the communities we serve. This project will allow us to educate the community on sanitation and distribute supplies such as face masks, disinfectant, rice, oil, and water to help them avoid contracting COVID-19 and move forward into new jobs.
This project will provide direct assistance for elders who are susceptible to the Coronavirus; people who are displaced from their jobs; families needing temporary child care solutions; and victims of disasters in Houston and surrounding areas. Assistance will help with immediate relief, supplies, and support as well as long term recovery for families and individuals.
We have decided to support Bhaktapur and Kirtipur district in Nepal, by supplying food, as rices, beans, oil, salt, soya beans and items of first necessity, including masks, toilet paper, soap and paracetamol, to those in need.
The COVID-19 pandemic is also an information crisis - and journalists are the first responders. People need access to local, trusted information on COVID-19 and vaccines, but local news outlets need financial and advisory support to bolster their health reporting. Through launching our Rapid Response Fund, Health Media Mentors, and the Health Journalism Network, Internews is supporting local journalists and news outlets so they can continue to provide life-saving information.
Give an Hour is producing materials to help the public with their emotional health. Give an Hour has supported our nation through devastating natural disasters and man-made tragedies and now - the COVID-19. Give an Hour has the capacity to help those experiencing trauma, loss, grief, and anxiety through its national network of volunteer mental health providers throughout the country who are eager to do their part. There is a critical need to provide help and hope to those who are suffering.
Your donation will support the informal sector workers and vulnerable families who are the worst hit by COVID-19 and the resulting lockdowns, which causes loss of income. By providing food and soup vouchers administred by local churches, the project will ensure that such families can feed the famiies and maintain hygene.
In Gulu, Uganda, corona virus is spreading fast within the city and in the surrounding communities. The district has no ventilator which means patients in need of intensive care cannot be saved. The long-lasting lockdown measures made a big dent in the livelihoods of people, leading to poverty and hopelessness. CEOU is installing hand wash equipment in public places and translating government approved information into local languages to help people understand and implement prevention measures.
CHILDREN are losing their education. We must get them back on track at all costs. The Pandemic has closed schools. Schooling online costs $10 a month for internet and with families only earning $60 a month for all of life's basics, something has to give, a generation will be lost. We cannot let this happen, You are the KEY to their success. UNLOCK a child's potential and Donate today. Help us reach our target amount so we can give 1,250 children FREE internet schooling for Four months.
With the global outbreak of COVID-19, we must overcome the spread of this deadly virus to protect ourselves. What we do now, and over the next few months, will determine who will live and who will die. This project will provide masks, ventilators, latex gloves, protective gear for first responders and local citizens to prevent contamination and the spread of this deadly virus. Your donation supports immediate relief and recovery from the coronavirus for the people of Venezuela.
Community Focus Group has launched the COVID-19 Prevention Hygiene Project to support urban and Rural communities in Kenya by slowing the spread of COVID-19. Short Term and Long Term Goals of the Project are : 1. Continued access to safe water: 2. Promotion of hand washing 3. Disinfection of frequently touched communal places 4. Face Masks for t the most Vulnerable 5.food packets for the most vulnerable during lockdown / or shutdown
The project will seek to increase the capacities of HIV+ adolescents and young mothers to mitigate the challenges of self-stigma that exacerbate the feeling of self worthlessness, shame and self-blame because of being HIV+; resulting into emotional distress and negative impacts on access to HIV health services, adherence to ART and overall quality of life at individual, family and community levels.
Achievers Ghana Education is seeking support for its COVID-19 Home Literacy Project with the objective of helping to serve the community with education in local languages to ensure residents of Nima and Mamobi are well informed on COVID-19 prevention measures. We will also be offering literacy help to youth. With the disruption of all activities including the closure of schools, it is imperative our students and pupils are engaged while at home with innovative ways of bridging their knowledge.
C2C is working on the frontlines to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in the communities we serve in Haiti. In partnership with the Ministry of Health, C2C operates 7 clinics and will play a critical role in educational outreach & prevention activities as well as improving our clinical capacity & treating mild to moderate cases. We are urgently sourcing necessary supplies for the coming months to contain & control the spread of the virus and to provide relief and support to those most vulnerable.
South Africa's high youth unemployment was already concerning. COVID-19 made it worse, pushing many young people further into poverty. Due to the lockdown, Afrika Tikkun shifted their training to online platforms, putting many candidates at risk of falling off the program due to lack of access to technology and internet. Your gift will help disadvantaged students access online learning so they can continue their journey towards a bright future.
"COVID-19 as the worlds most dangerous threat"UNICEF (2020) Children experience poverty differently from adults. Their needs, expectations, and aspirations are different. It is therefore important to directly assess their material shortcomings, or measure their multidimensional poverty. Nevertheless, in the context of the current COVID-19 pandemic, as parents lose their jobs and sources of income, it is also important to measure what happens to children living in monetary poor and impoverished
Help Zinathu and her health team to fight the spread of Covid 19 in our rural communities. None of us could have predicted we would find ourselves living trough unprecedented times such as these. The blow to the rural areas and its health systems is severe and the lack of relief support from government is deeply concerning. TransCape NPO and the health counselor have to adjust dramatically and find ways to navigate uncharted territory.
For 36 years, our organization has focused on establishing health justice for migrant and mobile populations by providing support services to the frontline clinicians who work with them. In 2020, the global pandemic has presented unparalleled challenges to the frontline clinicians confronting COVID-19 within these populations and beyond. Their efforts have made our work possible, and that is why we have decided to focus our GivingTuesday campaign on celebrating all of our #HeroesOnTheFrontline.
Gift of the Givers is a partner to the South African government's Covid-19 initiative, augmenting public health services by supporting medical professionals with protective wear, supplying relevant essential medical equipment and providing medical consumables to the institutions in urgent need. Water, food and other basic essentials are also being provided to the most vulnerable.
This project will enable OFH to train and equip a nurse to open and run her own clinic, providing quality healthcare that will transform the lives of 5,000 rural Rwandans by bringing healthcare within walking distance. Since 2012, OFH has been empowering nurses to run clinics that save lives through prevention and treatment of common illnesses. With your support, the new clinic will serve 7,500 patient visits per year. 2020 gifts will primarily fund new equipment needs for COVID response.
COVID-19 is an unexpected global health and humanitarian challenge. As it advances, its devastating effects become ever-more pronounced. In Congo-Kinshasa, the public health crisis is aggravated by the social and economic aftermath: job losses, school closures, increased poverty.These effects are largely borne by vulnerable populations. Unchecked, the pandemic could erode hard-earned development gains and threaten social stability.
Though the COVID-19 pandemic has affected nearly every person in the world in some way, those living in informal settlements like Kibera continue to experience challenges disproportionately. Carolina for Kibera (CFK) staff has been on the frontlines addressing the COVID-19 pandemic since the first confirmed case in Kenya in March 2020. From combatting misconceptions to improving contact tracing, our local staff has developed a coordinated and tailored response to the COVID-19 pandemic in Kibera.
WAWF has identified two issue areas where there are critical gaps in funding-the safety of women experiencing violence, and the stability of frontline care workers. The Stand Together Fund will support: Critical services for women experiencing violence & abuse, such as expanded hotline capacity and telehealth visits. Financial assistance for the caregiving workforce and organizations supporting them. Advocacy to ensure that women and girls of color are front and center in recovery efforts.
The critical winter season in Pakistan starts from mid-December to mid-January every year. Populations below the poverty line; hit by cold and Covid-19 pandemic this winter will end up in critical situation. Children of daily wagers will be prone to food scarcity and winter chills. To cater reality of approaching winter and food insecurity, PMS will provide food ration packs and winter clothing for greater social well-being by sharing hope and solidarity with impoverished children.
According to experts, it is the elderly population that is at most risk of death, especially those older than 70 years old. In Puerto Rico, 21% of the population is 65 years or older, many living under health, economic and social vulnerability. This population has been impacted negatively since Hurricane Maria and the most recent earthquakes in the South Region of Puerto Rico. Many of them living alone and under dire circumstances.
COVID-19 is making the plight of those facing hunger much more difficult. The Global FoodBanking Network (GFN) and its food banking organizations are on the front lines in over 40 countries outside of the U.S. working tirelessly to serve those seeking hunger relief services now more than ever. GFN food banks remain rooted in communities during this crisis. We need your support to continue to build and support strong food banks that serve millions of people. Learn more at www.foodbanking.org
COVID-19 has left many North Carolinians (adults, kids, and seniors) in the desperate place of turning to relief agencies for help in securing food. Fresh, nutritious food -- the key to long-term health -- is being grown locally at farms across the state, but agencies often can't afford it, and farms can't afford to give it away. Your support bridges that gap, ensuring that local farms can stay in business and hungry people can eat well. Together, we can build a resilient local food system.
When violence broke out in the Middle East, refugees began to flee their country, looking for a safe place. By January 2020, over 750,000 refugees found shelter in Jordan, with only the clothes on their back and what little money or possessions they were able to carry. Since then, the GHNI team built relationships with over 1000 families who expressed great interest in TCD. GHNI aims to help these families reform their community and become sustainable.
According to WHO 80% of Afghans are prone to be affected by COVID-19 with 0.2 Million needing critical care. The project is aimed at providing diagnostic and preventive COVID-19 services through our tertiary hospital and community based collaborative care networking in Kabul. We are aimed to provide free testing services and also raise awareness among masses besides enhancing our capacity such as technical training and critical resources to deal with the pandemic effectively.
The longer vulnerable children are out of school, the less likely they are to return. While NGOs in Cambodia are able to resume certain daytime activities, public schools will remain closed until the end of the year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Even though children are encouraged to study through distance learning, many are unable to access it, don't have the right resources, have to work instead or simply lose motivation. COLT supports more than 100 children during the current global crisis.
Urgently help Ateliere Fara Frontiere (Workshops without Borders) recondition and deliver 300 computers to children who have no access to education after schools in Romania closed because of the pandemic. When the health crisis will be over, the computers will be moved to local schools, so even more children can use them in class. The computers are collected as WEEE, tested, cleaned, repaired and prepared for reuse by a team of vulnerable, excluded and marginalized people.
This funding will help us buy and supply essential needs like food, soap and locally made masks to our direct beneficiaries and their families totaling to 240 people, who have been affected by the COVID-19, due to the fact that their type of work is hand to mouth earning. We also get our earned revenue from the entertainment industry, we stopped earning in February and our lock down has been temporarily extended up to May. No one is certain about tomorrow and sure when this will end.
COVID-19 is wrecking havoc on communities worldwide and is a particular concern for cancer patients. Efforts to mitigate transmission have resulted in a reduction in clinical services, including outpatient visits and routine cancer screenings. In order for these crucial medical services to resume, increased availability of COVID testing for cancer patients and others with chronic conditions is paramount. We can respond to this need with a self-sampled, low-cost, and effective diagnostic test.
Support The Lake Clinic's efforts in continuing to provide free health care across eight floating villages on the Tonle Sap Lake during the ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic. TLC is working to prevent the spread of Coronavirus to and in these villages by teaching about handwashing and preventative measures and monitoring symptoms and tracking any cases that emerge. This project will ensure TLC's long term presence in the villages throughout COVID-19 and beyond.
This project will aim to save 200 talibe children inwho are in perpetual connection with the street in search of food. This street situation of these children exposes them dangerously to contamination with Covid-19. With the measures taken by the state of Senegal which urge people to stay at home, the concern of the Association Jeunesse Espoir is to provide food, hygiene kits and awareness-raising to these children to help them stay out of the street because virus is on the street.
Freedom from Fear will increase SSI's response to the spike in violence and child abuse in Botswana, Africa. The national lockdown increased stress on families and decreased access to services leading to poverty, hunger, depression & violence in the home with little to no reprieve for victims. SSI provides counselling support, food and medication delivery, homework packets, safe shelter placements for fleeing survivors and community education on Covid-19 preventative measures.
This project will provide 100 covid-19 maternity kits equipped with surgical gloves, medicott sanitary towel, cotton wool, surgical blade, umbilical cord knot, disinfectant, gauze, baby wrapper, baby blanket, bibs, toiletry bag and face mask. The delivery kits will restore dignity of expectant mothers seeking services of unskilled traditional birth attendants. Proper equipment reduces chances of complicated birthing and infections.
COVID-19 pandemic has severely affected the educational systems in Afghanistan, leading to a total of 11 million children out of school. The government has announced online teaching through TV and radio, but unfortunately most of the children do not have access to smart phones, Radio or TVs to watch and learn through. Teach for Afghanistan Organization (TAO) has prepared easy to understand curriculums to pass to all children at their homes, so, no child is left without learning.
The aim of this project is that you know how we are working in the coronavirus pandemic with children who live in vulnerable conditions in slums of Buenos Airescity. As a Foundation, Pilares have been working very close with families, and the pandemic has challenge us. We have to transform all our activities and proposals for families to a virtual scheme. By helping us, you are contribute to help families with nurturing products and cleaning products in order to help them to face COVID 19.
We are operating in Russia, where the number of people infected COVID-19 keeps increasing. Russia is a big country, and it's hard for hospitals to handle the situation with COVID-19, especially in small towns. There is a list of what is required - stuff for the personal protection of the doctors, drugs and equipment for the hospitals. Every day hospitals ask us for help. Every request is being verified. We believe that together we can help to save more people's lives!
LEAP Africa is responding to the pandemic by supporting the most vulnerable in Nigeria, working through our social entrepreneurs who are at the frontline of providing relief to the poorest communities who have been hardest hit by the crisis. The interventions are catering to the welfare and wellbeing of these low-income families in three broad areas: Food supplies and toiletries, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), and sensitization. Join us to scale the intervention activities in Nigeria.
As COVID-19 makes its way around the globe, we at Vital Voices Panama face an unprecedented crisis. Private sector companies and their donations represent the majority of our funds. With most of them facing their own economic challenges, we are now on the brink of losing our programs. However, we still have hope: to keep on working for the safety, health, and empowerment of women and girls in our country. Please help us keep our organization afloat!
SWIFT understands that eradicating poverty will lead to the eradication of societal problems that we face in the world today. The Covid 19 crisis has caused untold misery for thousands of our members who are now without any form of income. With not social support available in Eswatini the need is great, we now need to keep people alive.
2020 has been a challenging year. So many people have been sick, lost loved ones, jobs, and livelihoods. But how much more impact has this year had on those who were already on the brink of poverty and disease throughout the world? Please help us relieve the impact of COVID 19 on our patients in Nepal. We know how effective Acupuncture and Herbal medicines are on patients with all viruses, from COVID 19 to flu, to chronic disease and malnutrition. Help us make a difference this holiday season.
"Support Dandora Residents Cope With COVID-19" pandemic, is a project that intends to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in Dandora slums through public education, the supply of water & hygiene kits, access to sanitation & provide food to vulnerable families who have been affected by the COVID-19. The project seeks to support people who lost their business restart them in a post-COVID-19 pandemic to stop them & their children from going back to the dumpsite or resorts to negative coping mechanisms.
While responsible for delivering the majority of the world's materials to the recycling value chain, informal collectors are also critical to maintaining public health and sanitation. They are often marginalized in their own communities and have limited access to basic needs such as food, education, and healthcare. In Ghana, the COVID-19 pandemic is deeply affecting the lives and livelihoods of the waste collector community and they need immediate support to cope with the crisis.
The coronavirus pandemic is having an unprecedented impact on our finances. Though it is hard to predict how far-reaching the consequences will be, this will affect our ability to continue all of our work and to help animals in need. However with Covid-19 undeniably impacting captive facilities, demand for our work to help end animal suffering is only increasing. We are doing everything we can to mitigate the impact on the animals and communities we help, but need your help now.
The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated existing differences in funding access for minority- and women-owned businesses. LEND has been serving these communities for over a decade and is working to provide low interest loans and small business consulting to business owners who otherwise would have to close their doors.
275 families participating in the DEHVI Foundation programs are being directly affected by the crisis we are experiencing right now due to COVID-19, causing them to fall into a situation of poverty even deeper than the one they were in before. Due to health restrictions many families have stopped receiving income, especially those who have an informal job or are in refuge status. With these donations, we will be able to support basic needs during the pandemia.
This project will educate and support Malawian people in city of Lilongwe and in rural communities about Covid 19; recognising the symptoms of the virus, how to reduce the risk of getting the virus and what should be done if they catch the virus. It will provide information, education and resources to support vulnerable people in a country with very compromised facilities in how to manage the virus.
Waterkeeper Alliance is working with Uganda Lake Victoria Waterkeeper and Lake Kyoga Waterkeeper to protect vulnerable communities from the spread of COVID-19 with the installation of permanent handwashing stations needed to prevent the spread of disease. The Waterkeepers will create COVID-19 Task Forces in 40 fishing villages to construct and maintain 80 permanent handwashing stations equipped with soap and water, and provide temperature guns for village health teams to protect 24,300 people.
In this modern world, no country is able to escape and remains spared from events such as the COVID-19 pandemic. The country like Burundi, whose medical services and socio-economic life are inadequate, underfunded and too often inaccessible, is unable to have the medical equipment necessary to control and resist COVID-19. this fund will be used to purchase face masks, medical protective gear and COVID-19 test kits for its nurses and primary care physicians for immediate and long-term delivery.
This project will provide direct and immediate assistance to 10 indigenous communities in the Lacandon Jungle in Chiapas, Mexico. The objective is to provide supplies for personal hygiene, disinfectants, masks, water and food, as well as support for garden work, as preventive measures and contributing to the long-term economic and nutritional recovery for families.
This project support 50 disadvantaged women from Roma community self employed whom are hardest impacted during the pandemic. Main women-led businesses are second hand clothes trade and tailoring. While facing lack of income to provide for their families, access to support and loans - this project will provide second hand clothes packages, textile for tailoring and mentoring to diversify trade products in order to respond to PostCOVID19 shift in market demand.
This project will help 4 health centres in Wakiso District in Uganda deal with the coronavirus pandemic through providing handwashing facilities, PPE and spreading effective hygiene messaging. We will also carry out a campaign of hygiene awareness in the surrounding rural villages through house to house trainings. With your support we can reach 130,000 people and reduce the spread of Covid-19 and dramatically improve people's long term health through better hygiene practices.
This project will create awareness, provide both food supplies and educational support among most vulnerable groups especially 120 women, 1 per household and that will enable them to feed their families and also educate them on how to prevent contracting the COVID-19 virus.In Uganda, due to lock down,and curfew shops, business and fear created among community the women have been the most affected since they can't go to work and yet they have to feed their children.
Good360 is matching critical need product donations from companies to hospitals and nonprofits responding to the COVID-19 crisis. With our network of 90,000+ nonprofits and 400+ manufacturer/retailers, we are uniquely positioned to make a large impact.
To improve our housing conditions include bigger bathrooms, more space in the dinning room to guarantee physical distancing of at least 1 meter, portable sinks in different spots for frequent hand-washing or disinfection, provide medical masks to everyone at the house, disposable gowns and gloves for the nurses to wear. All this key measure expenses to protect against Covid 19 weren't part of our 2020 budget, and since we paused our fundraising events this year, we are cash flow constrained.
This project will enable local partner organizations to repair, restore and rebuild homes that were damaged by Hurricane Michael. It has been 17 months since the hurricane and we still have over 3,000 school students classified as homeless. The recent COVID-19 outbreak has exacerbated the situation by reducing volunteer based non-profit building capabilities. We can not wait until this environment improves - we need to take on the repairs ourselves and move things forward.
People across East Africa are on the front line of the coronavirus pandemic. Communities hampered by under-resourced healthcare systems, poor infrastructure and insecure livelihoods are struggling to prevent the spread of this disease and protect lives. Tens of thousands of people are faced with risks posed by a lack of access to health facilities combined with difficulty in securing adequate food, shelter and clean water. Health Poverty Action is working in these communities to safeguard lives.
The COVID-19 pandemic will require the best of humanity to overcome. The project aims to bring together the needs of hospitals in Craiova and to have concrete measures to solve them by investing in protective clothing and medical equipment to reduce the impact of COVID19, in Craiova, Romania. The Local Center of Volunteers, one of our permanent community projects, has started #HaiCuImplicarea project from March 2020 and continues to help the local community to face this virus.
As the World continues to struggle with the challenge of Covid 19. Zambia faces the same challenge but with limited resources. As a result Covid 19 is but propaganda for many especially those in the rural and remote areas where accurate and reliable information on Covid 19. The proposed project will help dispel rumors and conflicting information and provide people with accurate information they can use to make informed decisions. In addition to raising awareness, the project will also provide
The Coronavirus pandemic affects everyone even, the recommendation of all authorities is to stay home, however, for the largest percentage of the population in Mexico, this means not having what to eat. 80% of Mexicans live daily, that is, if they do not go out to work they will not have food, no money to pay their bills and basic necessities. Your donation to this fund will support immediate to get food for vulnerable communities in Acuna, Coah. Mexico.
As the Coronavirus continues to spread across the globe, governments, organizations, and individuals are trying to work out how to protect themselves, how to adapt and how they can help. There is no doubt there are implications to each of us, our families, our communities and our beneficiaries. It's against this background that this project will support 100 families with children living with HIV to adhere to their treatment. The families will be supported to get food and sanitizers
Children's Hope India has launched the COVID-19 Relief Campaign to benefit on-the-ground projects and respond to the most critical needs of vulnerable children and their families. Our dedicated and professional educational partners are supporting students through remote learning and providing essential wraparound services to ensure their wellbeing throughout the crisis. The COVID-19 Relief Campaign provides: cash grants meals remote learning hygiene supplies medical care
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