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.
The COVID-19 pandemic marks an unprecedented time in modern history that will require the best of humanity to overcome. The new coronavirus has taken thousands of lives and spread to nearly every country in the world. 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.
The COVID-19 virus is spreading all over the world. In South Korea, the total number of confirmed cases is around 7,800 (3/11/20). 6,462 confirmed cases (87.5%) were reported in Daegu and North Gyeong-sang Province. Everyday, the number of confirmed cases is increasing rapidly. Buildings with confirmed cases are closed. A-PAD Korea is providing meals for children at children's centers around Daegu as almost all the restaurants in Daegu are closed. Help South Korea!
The Covid-19 has been spreading fearlessly in Italy and Specchio dei tempi wants to actively help. We are working to donate machineries and equipment to the hospitals in order for them to save as many lives as possible and optimize the time at their disposal. We are sponsoring long distance e-learning platforms and donating sanitizing kits to the schools to keep the classrooms clean for the children and keep them safe. Help us to donate to give hope to the ill and to the children!
Before going into quarantine to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Puerto Rico was hit by two consecutive and devastating hurricanes and by two destructive earthquaques in January 2020. After 30 months of continuous stress, children and youth in Puerto Rico have lost an estimated total of six months of class. Boys & Girls Clubs of Puerto Rico has stepped up quickly to support participants and their families, designing a virtual club experience that is as close to the club experience as possible.
As we all commit ourselves to battle the CoronaVirus, the biggest calamity has struck the poor people that have been severely impacted by the virus and the lockdowns caused because of it in India. At RSKS India, we don't wish to leave any stone unturned to do whatever we can to reduce the struggles of all Poor.
GRACE Cares's Community Finance Guatemala empowers indigenous women to take control of their household financial situations by providing them with financial literacy education and by training them to create and manage their own community banks. During this time, we are focusing on slowing the spread of COVID-19 by providing critical health education and information to the women in our program and their families, to help protect the most vulnerable during this global crisis.
The COVID-19 has impacted the entire World affecting communities to the core, therefore we are focusing our energy in providing basic support (food, cleaning and medic supplies) for the most vulnerable groups in these rural towns: the ELDERLY. 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, community centers, health centers, development activities, and others.
We'll be providing 60 days of food to 24 elderly and isolated low income people in Kennington and Vauxhall over the next 12 weeks who do not have any kin or support. Each day we will bring them a hot home cooked meal, made from organic vegetables and cruelty free meat alongside some healthy snacks and check in on them to see how they're doing. This will enable them to eat well and stay healthy while in quarantine, whilst also reducing the social isolation that this period will bring.
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.
All March gifts will go to coronavirus preventive equipment for OFH nurses. 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.
The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases worldwide stands at over 937,000 with over 47,000 deaths (2 April 2020). In contrast to China where the number of new cases have reportedly declined, the numbers in Japan are now quickly increasing. Therefore, Civic Force and our partners are strengthening our response activities in Japan to combat the virus.
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
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
CAMELEON runs 3 shelters in the Philippines (in Passi and Silay since 2019), in order to facilitate the protection, personal reconstruction and reintegration of 70 young girls victim of sexual abuse (5-23 years old). To prevent the spread of COVID-19 and in compliance with the national and Iloilo local government's directive on community quarantine, CAMELEON is implementing a skeletal work force and needs to prepare food supplies, medicines and water some next months.
This initiative will allow us to keep the children in our feeding program, and their families, from going hungry during the COVID-19 pandemic. Support will be provided for 150 families to purchase essential items through accounts we've created in partnership with a local store.
Whisper runs a high-impact children's hospital and a maternity department in Jinja, Uganda. Covid-19 hit Uganda hard, with 30+ people testing positive and the Ugandan government banning public transport and locking down the towns. This makes it extremely hard for severely sick children and expectant mothers to get to the hospitals, most of which are closed or are left without medical staff or medicine. With your help, Whisper's hospital will stay open to provide much-needed healthcare.
The lockdown in wake of COVID- 19 has been particularly catastrophic for the poor and those falling in the daily wage bracket. Within this group too, the most severely affected are the women, especially young girls and senior citizens primarily above the age of 50 who have no money to survive. With essentials commodities like ration, medicines and daily hygiene products already difficult to access, the lockdown has further reduced their ability and opportunity to procure these items.
The global community is confronting unprecedented challenges in the face of COVID-19. The ripple effect is closing shelters and schools, leaving children without access to clean water, and putting migrant youth at increased risk. Youth from Peru to Kenya are being affected by the crisis, even though the pandemic has not yet taken full hold. Your donation helps grassroots organizations meet urgent needs such as hygiene kits and emergency community outreach in places they're most needed.
Donations will support containment efforts and services for affected communities in China. The fund will help meet needs for healthcare, foods, and counseling service in partnership with our nonprofit partners over 31 provinces in China. (Please note: GlobalGiving cannot accept donations originating from Mainland China in accordance with the Law of the People's Republic of China on Administration of Activities of Overseas Nongovernmental Organizations.)
Sprout Care Foundation in rural Uganda provides food and education to vulnerable children and orphans. Sprout Care Foundation will support vulnerable children and their families with food relief, respirator masks and sanitizers. In a few weeks coronavirus (Covid-19) infections spread to reach the pandemic proportions. Transport interruptions, limiting access to markets, quarantines and supply chain disruptions affect supply of food. Uganda has registered one case so far.
We are faced with uncertain times and everyone on earth is being affected by the COVID-19 virus spread. As most of us are taking the advice and precautions from governments not everyone on earth has access to the essential information, resources and support needed to fight this virus. We are working around the clock to support all 65 projects but the need is huge and we need everyone to unite so we can ensure everyone has access to the emergency care, resources and support to survive
For NYC's young people and their families living in poverty, everyday challenges have just become even more destabilizing because of the pandemic. In response, we are ramping up our efforts in our health clinics to test young people for COVID-19 and provide treatment; providing virtual counseling and home visits to our children in foster care; and are helping secure permanent housing to our college youth in foster care who have been displaced after vacating their dorms.
During global unprecedented times, we want to remain core to our values - "Empowering communities to make positive change" We have mobilized our teams to assist the community with additional water supplies from our Thanda water harvesting and filtration system and we are building, installing and maintaining new tippy taps in the community as we try to encourage frequent hand-washing to help prevent the spread of Covid-19.
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.
Since COVID-19 became a pandemic disease that also affects Indonesia. Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) Foundation will focus on the country to response the spread of COVID-19, such as distribution free mask, hand sanitizer, food aid to the community, providing education about the disease and opening the Corona Crisis Center, etc.
India's lockdown has closed all non-essential businesses & services, as the government ramps up preventative measures to combat Covid-19. The pandemic is disproportionally affecting the lives of those living in poverty. In response, Seva Mandir has started measures essential & immediately required for rural families in southern Rajasthan. Your donation to this fund will provide immediate relief & support to the families of these communities during this challenging time we are facing.
This project will support the farmers, agricultural labourers, and informal sector workers who are the worst hit by COVID-19 and the resulting lockdowns.COVID-19 bringing transportation, mandis, and market demand to a standstill, farmers are starting to face difficulties harvesting their rabi crop. There are as many as 48.2 crore workers in India. 14.4 Crore landless agricultural workers, and 21.9 crore non-agricultural workers. Almost none of them get a monthly pay.
From China to now globally, millions of people are experiencing unprecedented psycho-social, emotional, and mental health challenges due to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. We aim to address these issues by engaging a community of young people in China and globally in a "Happiness Challenge" -- an online course that brings together the science of wellbeing with daily challenges designed to build healthy habits, resilience, and a supportive community of peers and experts.
There is a very high possibility of a "community-transmission" of the corona virus in Nepal.It is unclear how many people in Nepal are circulating with the corona virus.Nepal has no corona virus diagnostic capabilities and the health care system will be unable to cope with a large outbreak.
The CoronaVirus / COVID-19 is disrupting the lives and livelihood of lives globally. The negative impact is projected in the months ahead to be far worse in Africa. In response, we are targetting key areas - cleanliness education/sensitization, provision of soap, food items to alleviate hunger/crisis impact and pregnancy prevention for teenage girls. This response is based on the successes and the lessons that we learned during our involvement in the Ebola Epidemic .
On 11th March 2020, The World Health Organisation declared COVID-19 a pandemic. The impact of this global outbreak is having a catastrophic effect on already vulnerable communities in India and Nepal. Currently millions of daily wage labourers in India- living hand to mouth in the cities- are walking hundreds of miles back to rural areas, having to leave the cities due to the enforced lockdown. Your donation will go directly to the immediate and longer-term of marginalised Dalit communities.
With 118,000+ Coronavirus cases across 114 countries, and with 4,291 deaths, on March 11, the WHO declared the Coronavirus outbreak a pandemic. Since the outbreak began, International Medical Corps has been collaborating closely to support global Coronavirus response efforts in the US and around the world. We have issued critical disease-control information to the 7,000 staff in the 30 countries where we operate, as we scale infection prevention and control activities to areas most in need.
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.
The Corona virus has been already spread in 192 countries and killed 15317 and also extended into India with 155 people infected and 9 died, many suspicion of being infected. Panic situation is arises and lock down everything. no right information to the slum families. Urgent need to educate and sensitize Covid 19 and provide soaps, face masks and immediate relief to families who lost daily works. Train on preventive methods for contagious diseases to personal and family level.
As the novel coronavirus continues to spread, our staff are providing emergency protective supplies to families and health workers in affected areas in 18 countries including the United States. When a crisis strikes, World Vision is there. We respond immediately with life-saving help and supplies to support families as they recover and rebuild.
This project will provide sanitizers,masks and hand washing buckets to 300 vulnerable households in Uganda to enable them combat the spread of the corona virus. With the current lock down, curfew, businesses have closed down, so the majority of these people have lost their means of livelihood and are not able to make ends meet. More people are at a risk of contracting the virus due to lack of items like sanitizers,hand washing tins and soap.
As Lebanon reported its 73rd case of COVID-19 on March 12, panicked citizens rushed to pharmacies across Lebanon demanding hygiene items which prices skyrocketed almost immediately. URDA has launched this project in Al-Yasamine refugee camp in Lebanon. The project will conduct awareness sessions on the prevention of COVID-19 through improving hygiene behaviors ending with the distribution of hygiene kits that'll include: N95 mask, sanitizers, alcohol-based soap, antimicrobial wipes.
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.
Corvid-19 is severely affecting and targeting aged people in sustainable manner because the project will protect them from the disease and disaster. Aged people will escape from the affection and poor and marginal families will survive from the poverty and hunger.
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.
This project originally started as a plea to help us get to SXSW music conference where we could educate 40,000 attendees on gender disparity in the music business. As of March 6th, the conference was cancelled along with our biggest fundraising opportunity of 2020. With thousands invested in merchandise and booth costs, we're now asking you to help us recover so we can still meet our 2020 goals for scholarship grants for teen girls in need and ultimately survive the year in operation.
This microproject will help us build material, to prevent the spread of COVID-19 for more than 500 families in North Potosi (the poorest area in Bolivia) To do so, we Will do a large handwashing campaign and basic hygiene (personal and house), we Will build homemade water tap through used PET bottles, teach them how to make soap.
To limit the spread of the virus, the president of Nigeria on 29th March 2020 announced a total shut down of movements and activities in major states in Nigeria which enforces the order for everyone to stay at home. This project will alleviate the negative impact of this shutdown on poorer traders and artisans who need to make daily income for food. We will also provide soap, water and other protective materials, and support educational material for proper awareness and to reduce viral myths.
This project will bring emergency food rations to the poorest of the poor in Kolkata, India to help them get through the Coronavirus epidemic and India's lock down. Millions of daily labourers, rickshaw wallahs, rag pickers and even beggars who depend on daily earnings to feed themselves and their families cannot now work. They need immediate help. Tiljala SHED will distribute food parcels daily to Kolkata's most vulnerable communities.
This project will provide fifty vulnerable families of the Sunshine Children with a food basket of essential food items. The items selected are based on their greatest need and have been sourced from the local corporative store. Each basket will be for a one-month supply per family. With most breadwinners being casual workers, the COVID-19 has denied their wages. Having a food basket with essential food items per family delivered to their doorstep is only a small step in helping the families
The Chef Ann Foundation (CAF) is providing national support where it's needed, and right now school districts are scrambling just to meet the needs of their new remote feeding programs. Today, our school food service professionals are on the front lines of this crisis. They're working very long hours, creating makeshift cafeterias, and ensuring that our most vulnerable populations have food and nourishment. We are incredibly grateful for their service to our country.
The consequences of the worldwide Coronavirus outbreak to ARCAS's wildlife rescue and conservation work has been devastating! We rely on the income of volunteers and participants in our veterinary training program to survive, and most of these volunteers and students have cancelled. We are facing an immediate crisis that is putting the wellbeing of the 500+ animals in our care - not to mention our staff - in peril. Please help us weather this crisis!
On March 8, the Albanian government closed all schools and public gatherings throughout the country to limit the spread of coronavirus. Students at Nehemiah Gateway's schools and programs went home, and the elderly and sick people who come to Nehemiah Gateway's soup kitchens were told to stay home. Many of these people are very poor, and missing school means missing meals. For people with no other reliable source of support, this project may be the only food and care they get during the crisis.
This project will support Our children and mothers living with HIV to be equipped well with information and practices that would prevent them from Covid-19 and access to treatment and support Bring awareness to all the children and caretakers who are living with HIV and with low immunity Get masks, and other lifesaving medical supplies to all the children and widow mothers Feed children and grandparents who are caregivers during this closed down time
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.
When the whole world is fighting critical Corona Virus war, our 1000 vulnerable slum children and their families are finding it much more difficult to deal with the situation with limited resources. Your funds will support us to supply Food, Medical support and Other Essentials to these children who stay in poor slums and are helpless in fighting this pandemic.
Most families in communities like Tlamacazapa already struggle with acute poverty as they are dependent on street sales to tourists for cash income. Tourists have vanished because of covid 19; and so has their income. This microproject responds to the needs of the most vulnerable in rural villages in northern Guerrero (Mexico). The Atzin campaign has two components: 1) community education about covid-19 and family assistance; 2) production of cloth face masks and hand sanitizer.
This project will keep free music training for all interested teachers and students "alive" during this pandemic. Teaching artists can remain employed, too, offering over a dozen classes each week! Please help us provide a safe place for out-of-school students and their teachers to learn, connect and create during this time of risk and isolation. Your support will result in musical access for students and teachers who have never had a chance to learn, and sustain those who have already begun.
Our BOSS NGO support and activities are giving more prevention from Covid-19 in sustainable manner because the project will protect them from the disease and disaster. All the vulnerable community people will escape from the affection and poor and marginal families will survive from the poverty and hunger.
In Italy there are 82.000 cases of Coronavirus. Emilia-Romagna, is the second-most hit region in Italy, with almost 12.000 positive cases, of which 5.000 are home-cared. Due to the spread of the virus a lot of people are isolated at home. We need you! Thanks to you we could grant healthcare staff where it is needed, volunteers for isolated people and self-protection devices for both medical personnel and volunteers.
The Coronavirus COVID-19 epidemic spreading day by day all over the world infecting thousands of people and facing inconceivable circumstances. Thousands of human beings lost their respectful lives due to this dreadful disease. Your donation to this fund will support immediate and long-term relief and recovery in helpless deprived. Timely donation for charity to prevent Coronavirus in the downtrodden. Help us to educate people and distribute soaps, masks, sanitizer to the vulnerable communities.
Give now to stop millions of children losing their Education All parents want the best for their children. Not all Parents are created equal, During this month and onwards, think of the Parents that need your help to be the best parents that they can be. Set up a monthly donation and really start doing some good Join with us at YCAB Foundation in helping those Parents, those families, and more importantly their children to reach their fullest potential.
With more than 650,000 confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide, COVID-19 continues to devastate communities worldwide. This project provides basic hygiene needs in sufficient quantities to enable the most vulnerable populations to self isolate to minimize risk of contracting this deadly virus. This includes families in need of diapers and other baby supplies, hygiene necessities for the elderly and other crucial supplies for those most in need.
Corona Virus has quarantined people living in Rwanda and the TWA-historically marginalized have no source of income beyond clay pot making and selling. There income has been cut off and they have no food supply. They were settled in places without enough land to create gardens or plant banana trees, so their livelihood is based on the ability to sell their pots or carry sand. 225+ families are in desperate need of basic staple foods to survive the country imposed quarantine.
Some medications that have been successfully used to treat lupus and rheumatoid arthritis for decades are now under increased demand to try for COVID-19. This has exacerbated their already limited availability for patients in general and specifically in our Foundation, who rely on them to meet their medical needs. This project will help ensure continued availability of these drugs for the patients who are maintained on them to avoid disability, illness and even death.
The project will help kids with cancer to survive Covid-19 pandemic times proving them with necessary protection such as masks, disinfection, safe transportation as well as with essential medication that is not available in the state procurement as a result of coronavirus crisis.
We will provide direct assistance to 100 socially vulnerable women and their families, allowing them to remain safe, with the necessary resources, thus preventing the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Under normal conditions, these women only had the minimum income to survive. With the new health measures implemented, they have been left without an income to get by during the crisis, putting them at high risk. Help us contain the virus and safeguard their lives!
Italy is the country most affected by coronavirus, by now: Francesca Rava Foundation is in the forefront of the Coronavirus Emergency to help Hospitals and fragile communities. We are getting beds, ventilators, and lifesaving medical supplies to support Covid Intensive Care Units in Italian Hospitals; we are sending doctors, nurses, and other front line responders to Intensive Care Units in the critic areas; we are delivering masks and disinfectants to fragile communities.
Children from impoverished families in rural communities rely on schools and feeding schemes to get a warm healthy meal daily. Now during the Covid-19 pandemic in South Africa, with schools shut - many children are at home with even less access to food security. This makes them even more vulnerable. Nourish provided food for over 100 children on a daily basis, and it is our goal to keep providing these children and their families with food and hygiene parcels during this time; to support health.
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 emergency appeal will save the family and children from global corona thread in our areas. As every body aware we in now in danger position and any time corona can spread among the community and we have taken intiative to distribute the face mask and sanitizer among the children and their family . We have the team of teachers and community worker and they always visiting the family of children and making them aware to prevent the c-19. a
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.
As the coronavirus spreads, communities facing poverty and injustice find themselves 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.
Bring food to hungry families in isolated communities of Cartagena during the COVID19 emergency. The goal is to bring basic food and provisions to these communities in conjunction with the Colombian Armada (Naval fleet), coordinated with the city of Cartagena while the state of emergency lasts. The focus is on the elderly and families with children.
This COVID19 Relief project will provide Immediate & direct support for risk people of Coronavirus such Soap, Mask, Sanitize item, Grocery Packet support to the 2500 daily wage workers, Homeless, Street & Slum families, who lost work and earning. Also spread awareness about precaution and prevention through awareness and counseling.
This project will provide direct support for risk people of Coronavirus such mask, soap, sanitize item and livelihood support to the daily wage workers families, who lost work and earning. The precaution on the aged people and big awareness and counselling to poor and marginalised people. We cover 4 districts in Tamil Nadu among poor, marginal, aged and tribal people.
The COVID-19 pandemic is making its mark in Guatemala. With still a low number of active cases, the President issued an order to close everything including our school with exceptions for essential government services, food production, supermarkets, pharmacies, and gas stations. Our efforts to help keep this number low are outlined below. Your support will go directly to support the communities of our children and families who are most at risk in a country where the health system can barely cope
Nearly 1800 cases have been reported in all parts of Pakistan with 25 deaths reported so far and the numbers are increasing.The lockdown due to the pandemic has left millions of daily wage laborers, bonded laborers, farmers etc. unemployed and with every passing hour, the misery increases. According to an estimate nearly 2.5-3.0 million families have been economically affected by the COVID-19 crises.Reaching out to these affected people for food is still the biggest challenge.
The coronavirus or Covid-19 is a large family of viruses that causes illnesses ranging from the common cold to acute respiratory syndromes, but the current virus is a novel strain not seen before. Common symptoms of the novel coronavirus strain include respiratory symptoms such as fever, cough, and shortness of breath, according to the WHO. The WHO has declared the coronavirus epidemic as a global health emergency. To protect public peoples and school children..
COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered CORONA virus. A new virus called the severe acute respiratory syndrome CORONA virus has been identified as the cause of a disease outbreak that began in China in 2019. The disease is called CORONA virus disease 2019 (COVID-19). The virus is a type of CORONA virus is a family of viruses that can cause illnesses such as the common cold, severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS).
As of March 31th,2020 identified Corona(Covid-19) in 51 people & died 6 people in Bangladesh. Bangladesh Govt. immediately implemented social distancing through Lockdown countrywide which will be continued up to april-20 & closed all educational institutions, Govt.& Non Govt. Offices and Business activities. As a result worker, day labor & lower income people (80million) are facing financial crisis for buying food packages & PPE in Bangladesh. BGF will be provided food for poorest families.
As COVID-19 has paralyzed life, Medicare Health Foundation is struggling to keep alive our mission of conducting safe deliveries in impoverished communities, and providing medical care to underprivileged children & families. Unfortunately if our funds dry up, many will be denied healthcare. This could have catastrophic implications for so many poor families to whom Medicare had always provided hope and comfort. This Ramzan and beyond, your Zakat could be our hope to keep serving the poor.
COVID-19 is affecting people across the world but for those living in poverty, the potential impact is massive. By providing funding for masks, gloves, hand-sanitizers, protein-rich food and immunity-boosting supplements, you can help the poorest of the poor in Alexandra, Johannesburg, to survive despite the odds. It's almost impossible to isolate or even to keep a social distance when you live with so many people in such close confines but with your help, we can work to reduce the impact.
To stop the transmission of the Corona virus (COVID-19) an uncertain lockdown has been imposed. The poorest of the poor who works all day to buy rice and vegetables for the next day's meal are the worst affected by the lockdown. It's the 7th day of the lockdown and no help has arrived for them yet and the likelihood that it will arrive is rare. So this project will provide the most basic necessities such as, groceries, a soap bar, mask and some cash for fresh vegetables.
Education and action is needed to help vulnerable, poor families protect themselves from the Coronavirus. This project will provide kits to families - one month kits include soap, box of tissues, bottle of disinfecting gel, 50 pairs of gloves, 50 face masks, bottle of alcohol, bottle of disinfecting liquid. This project will also provide radio broadcasts about the Coronavirus 18 times a day on Radio Meraj, one of the top two stations in Herat.
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
The rapid spread of COVID-19 has meant our vocational training centres and specialist schools we support in Kenya have closed. For many children and students the lunch they get is the only meal they'll eat all day. Rural communities and informal urban settlements are also not equipped to deal with the pandemic. With all disasters, the vulnerable are always most at risk. We need to provide information, essential items and support to ensure the communities we support are safe.
This project aims to offer emergency support to survivors of trafficking in our program during the COVID- 19 pandemic. Most of the survivors of trafficking in our program depend on small businesses for their livelihood. However, due to the partial lock down in Kenya, their business have been greatly impacted because they cannot operate. There is a heavy burden on these survivors to provide for their families with businesses closed and their school going children being home due to the lock down.
COIVD19 is global pandemic and spreading at speed. If the infection reaches to underprivileged communities, we can only imagine the crisis as wildfire. The campaign will organize community-based network for protecting grassroots communities along Thai-Myanmar border against COVID19 because these communities are vulnerable and can amplify the pandemic. This campaign will provide prevention materials to 10,000 people along border areas including migrants and community-based healthcare workers.
Donations will support relief, containment efforts, and services for affected families in Cameroon. The project will help meet needs for healthcare, foods, toiletries and counseling service in partnership with our nonprofit partners in the 10 regions of Cameroon. Your donation will make an immediate and lasting positive impact during one of the most challenging times we have collectively faced.
We are working in partnership with remote communities in rural Sierra Leone and Guinea-Bissau who lack basic sanitation facilities and knowledge on how disease spreads. These communities are particularly vulnerable to COVID-19 as well as Cholera, Ebola and other diseases. This project will work with communities to build hand-washing stations, clean water wells and provide training on how to prevent the spread of disease. This will give communities the tools they need to stay safe and healthy.
Africa Should Prepare For The Worst. -WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom advised African countries . Now the first case of Coronavirus was reported in Kenya on 13th March 2020. More cases are reported daily .Donations to this fund will help stop the spread of Coronavirus and support government effort urgent response through sensitization, providing soap, Sanitizes, face masks in informal settlement, food rations in case of lock down.
As the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic increases globally, we at Aktion Sodis have set up this donation pot at short notice. The people in Micani are particularly at risk of becoming victims of the pandemic due to their remote location. The nearest doctor is often several hours away and the journey there is hardly possible to make for diseased people. It is therefore necessary to take immediate measures to protect the villagers from the virus. Please support us in this, every donation counts!
Pilgrims in Bethlehem brought COVID-19 to Palestine. As of Mar. 23rd, there are 59 known cases, including 2 in Gaza. Palestinians immediately implemented social distancing to buy time, closing all schools and religious sites in the W. Bank & Gaza. Rebuilding Alliance is successfully sending aid to our Palestinian Non-Governmental Org (NGO) partners. Please help to head-off disaster by delivering protective clothing and ICU equipment to NGO hospitals, hand sanitizer and food to families at-risk.
Uganda is in a total shutdown due to Covid-19, no public transport and no private cars are allowed to move. It's a challenging time since supermarkets, shops and local markets are very far from the orphanage. We are quickly running out of supplies. Your support will help stock food and medical necessities for children as we don't know how long the shutdown will go for.
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.
This project will help provide relief - including food + sanitary packages and an emergency fund - for Imani Collective artisans in Kenya who, in light of COVID-19, are unable to safely quarantine or provide for their families over the next several weeks. Imani Collective is a socioeconomic empowerment program focused on creating dignified jobs and taking a holistic approach to empowerment for more than 100 artisans in Mombasa, Kenya.
The aim of this project is to provide financial assistance to the hospitals of the Lodi province, where the first cases of COVID-19 in Italy appeared. They are much smaller in size than other hospitals and are faced with little financial aid. As all Italian hospitals which are treating Coronavirus patients, they too lack ventilators and basic equipment. The money raised will be used to purchase intensive care units and protective equipment (gloves, masks, body suit, etc.).
UNICEF is committed to continuing to deliver assistance to children across the areas affected by COVID-19 and will continue to ensure children in need continue to receive humanitarian assistance. UNICEF's COVID-19 preparedness and response strategy are to reduce human-to-human transmission in affected countries and to mitigate the impact of the pandemic on children, youth and their care providers, especially for the most vulnerable.
Faced with the corona virus emergence, Aleimar feels the need to increase his commitment to the community in which he is located, Melzo, a small town in the province of Milan. The project aims to support the city's hospital by donating a respirator, a fundamental tool to help the many affected by this terrible virus. We believe that acting locally in such cases is the most effective way to help in a concrete way.
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.
Compassion hearts is a call for community to step up, find little ways to help Sickle cell anemia children during COVID-19. The rapid spread of COVID-19 has meant the Sickle cell anemia children we support have been disconnected from us for over 32 days. These families are not equipped to deal with the pandemic. With all diseases, the Sickle cell anemia child is always most at risk. We need to provide information, essential items and support to ensure these families we support are safe.
In these difficult and complex times it is estimated that 1 in 7 elderlies can die from COVID-19. We need your help TODAY to collect USD 3.132.000 to protect them. Hogar de Cristo welcomes more than 8,500 older adults in hostels, residences and home support programs. Furthermore, a significant part of the 15,000 people served by the Hograr de Cristo who live on the streets are also elderlies.
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.
This pandemic threatens to decimate small businesses throughout the United States. We are providing emergency funding and pro-bono business consulting for small businesses that are experiencing decreased revenues. All of the loans will be zero interest with delayed starting payments. We do not take collateral. We hope to encourage others to create similar projects in their neighborhoods. We know a lot of you feel very helpless at the moment, this is a great way you can help out!
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.
The rapid spread of COVID-19 has prompted Honduras and El Salvador to announce strict quarantine measures. As a result, the majority of workers have lost their livelihoods and people are struggling to feed their families and meet basic needs. This project will provide critical, on-the-ground support to those most impacted by the pandemic. Your donation will help stop the spread of misinformation, ensure equitable access to federal aid, and improve the food security of thousands of families.
Many San Antonio citizens work in the travel and hospitality sectors, often one paycheck away from financial ruin. TXDB is seeing significant increases of families unable to afford diapers, wipes, period products, and incontinence supplies. Requests for basic healthcare supplies will skyrocket as ripple effects of shutdowns and layoffs are felt. To meet the expected upsurge in demand, TXDB needs to replenish stock immediately, meaning buying directly from manufacturers.
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.
For the safety of all due the pandemic of COVID-19, the classic extension is now used through online communication systems, which is a problem for some students and families because they do not have the technological equipmentto complete all the expected tasks. Center for Peacebuilding wants with this project to ensure that as many children and young people as possible have adequate technical conditions to follow online teaching.
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.
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.
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.
At the beginning of December 2019, a new coronavirus was identified in Wuhan, China. The World Health Organization (WHO) named the disease, COVID-19, which references the type of virus and the year it emerged. In March 2020, the WHO declared the virus a pandemic as it rapidly spread across the world. Left uncontained, the virus spreads exponentially, with the number of people infected doubling on an almost daily basis.
This project aims to help over 500 of the most vulnerable affected by the recent epidemic of COVID19 in Bulgaria, such as the elderly citizens and single mothers, by packing 11 staple food items (oil, flower, pasta, canned beans, sweetcorn and peas, ready soups, tomato puree, sugar, rice and lentils) and toiletries (toothpaste, shampoo, soap, dish soap and toilet-paper) to be delivered to them in a box because the quarantines prevent many from going to work, so we want to help in any way we can.
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.
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.
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.
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.
WILL CORONA KILL FIRST OR HUNGER? For some, CORONA Lockdown may be just WORK FROM HOME, but for many it is STARVE AT HOME. CORONA MAY NOT YET HAVE MEDICATION, BUT HUNGER HAS A SOLUTION. Join hands with ISKCON Varanasi and kindly support this cause
As COVID-19 makes its way around the globe and Kenya has closed its border, we at Ol Pejeta face an unprecedented crisis. Tourism revenues represent the majority of our income and funds most of our conservation and community work. We now anticipate a shortfall of USD 1.8 million in 2020 for essential operations. The last two northern white rhinos in the world are at risk! Our black rhino population of 133 is at risk. Our 36 chimpanzees are at risk. Please help us keep our organisation afloat.
This is an unprecedented global health crisis in the recent History of World. The expansion of COVID-19 left all children our of school. Even children who are orphan and vulnerable are becoming more risk of COVID-19 .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 while they are out of school.
WILL CORONA KILL FIRST OR HUNGER? CORONA LOCKDOWN has left MILLIONS of Labors and Street Dwellers starving and stranded in India. Those who are street dwellers and stranded away from home are struggling to even get their daily meals. Health workers fighting CORONA away from their homes also need support. We are helping local administration to help villagers, street dwellers, stranded labors and healthcare workers. ISKCON is trying to distribute over 5 Lacs meals everyday across India.
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
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.
On 20 March, Uganda confirmed its first case of COVID-19. Your donation will support vulnerable HIV/AIDS orphans and their grandmothers in rural Uganda who need essential items such as soap, water, medicine and food. We are working together with our communities to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
March 16, 2020, the entire island of Luzon Philippines was placed on Quarantine due to growing number of covid19 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 4 weeks! Please help us give relief packs to at least 10,000 affected families!
In the wake of Corona outbreak, washing hands is the single most effective measure to avoid infection. But what happens if you don't even have water for this simple task? Millions in rural Africa lack access to water in their communities and are going to be left vulnerable to infection because they can't maintain safe hygienic practices (that we take for granted). Support Project Maji to install solar powered sustainable water supply kiosks in these areas and save lives.
This project will help break the barriers of misconceptions among local people about the existence of the Coronavirus. It will educate communities on the importance of handwashing, social distancing, and covering of the mouth, nose when coughing and sneezing. It will provide necessary Coronavirus prevention materials to 1000 people, especially elders and people with disabilities in four of Liberia's rural communities including Montserrado, Margibi, Bong and Lofa Counties.
Puerto Rico, like the rest of the world, is facing the Covid-19 pandemic with limited resources due to the high incidence and speed with which it has spread. Our Island is already facing extreme situations with Hurricane Maria, the recent and still occurring earthquakes and now facing this pandemic. We have established partnerships with accredited and committed organizations to initiate outpatient testing to be facilitators and contribute to the proper medical care of our people.
This project will serve and distribute basic care packages to the girls of the Najafgarh primary school in Dharampura who cannot go to school in the middle of the Covid-19/Coronavirus pandemic crisis. The entire community has been hit hard. The women are finding it hard to earn their daily wage. Due to government regulations, all schools are shut down. The community has been badly affected and their safety and access to education and information on the health crisis needs to be ensured.
There is an emergency to respond pandemic of COVID-19. This situation poses a serious public health risk particularly economically poor communities such as Dalit Arunthathiyars and tribal in Salem District. Their lives are drastically different today than were few weeks ago. Everyone has been restricted to move free and do their daily work. They lost their livelihoods, they are in need of food support for their children and basic health care. We need support to save the community.
The COVID - 19 has sadly impacted vulnerable communities in rural Sindh and specifically in areas where people have none to zero facilities to buy supplies during current lock down. In such an emergency, we are requesting your urgent support in providing donation for food packages for families in the 7 district areas in rural Sindh. Your support will ensure a sustainence of food supplies for 8,500 vulnerable families especially children affected by the sudden shut downs in rural Sindh.
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.
Mi Valedor vendors, known as 'Valedores', rely on the sale of the street magazine to generate their income. As vulnerable, marginalized individuals - many are homeless - they are acutely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The funds raised will help establish an Emergency Valedor Support Fund, serving as the first economic defense for Valedores in need of medical support, shelter and/or staples. Secondly, resources will ensure that the project can continue to offer them basic services.
A new corona virus named COVID-19 has spread across multiple countries and infected thousands of people. The virus has caused more than 3000 deaths worldwide. In the wake of recent outbreak of Corona Virus in India, what to do in order to prevent transmission and how to practice health precautions. Donation to this fund will help us to educate people and distribute masks, sanitizers to the vulnerable communities.
We as Darussafaka Society, have made decisions due to COVID-19 pandemic affecting the whole world lately. Now that we have decided to start online/remote instruction for all our students for safety purposes. Making sure they have all returned to their home in 71 provinces of Turkey safely, our effort is to make them feel as if they study together in the classrooms of Darussafaka, with the same enthusiasm they always feel.
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.
On March 10th, the Philippines declared a national emergency, with many schools and non-essential services closing on March 16th for a period of 30 days. Many parts of the Philippines, including Tacloban and Cebu, where we work, are under strict community quarantine. The majority of Airports and Seaports are closed for passenger travel and people are being advised to, wherever possible, stay at home.
To support the tea estate communities, particularly the elderly, to get the medication and basic supplies they need whilst unable to work or leave their houses due to curfew and Coronavirus. A huge number of daily workers, including those from the tea estates, are unable to work and are now without the ability to purchase even basic food, this is resulting in vulnerability and increasing incidents of domestic violence. Even in 'normal' times, 90% of our students live off less than $1 a day.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Covid19 pandemic is affecting almost everybody worldwide, but it impacts the poor especially hard. Now, in March 2020 in Guatemala, with travel and business activity severely restricted, both formal and informal employment has been curtailed. Many of our scholars' families are already having trouble purchasing food and meeting other basic expenses. 100% of money raised through this GG fund drive will go directly to families. Even small donations can make a big difference to a family!
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.
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.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we need your support to continue serving and respond to the evolving needs of vulnerable 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 financial hardships. Innovative housing, academic, mental health and other supports will protect youths' physical and mental health and minimize learning loss during this unprecedented crisis.
ROLDA needs provisions for at least a months supply of food and medicines (primarily emergency aid supplies). It is difficult to secure these because many of them are produced in areas that have been heavily impacted by the virus.
37 boys between the ages of 8-17 and 45 elderly between the ages of 60-101 years of age rescued from the streets or abandonment are being protected in two of our homes in Turbaco, Cartagena they are at high risk during the COVID-19 Pandemic. With your help, our house will be able to stock up on the necessary items to continue providing the best quality care during the 19- Quarantine.
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.
Afghanistan is currently at high risk of being impacted by COVID-19, due to lack of public awareness (more than half the population is illiterate), lack of personal protective equipment, poverty, high number of individuals with chronic diseases, drug addition, high number of returnees from Iran. This project aims at preventing and controlling the spread of COVID-19 in Kabul and Herat, through increasing public awareness, training medical personnel and distributing personal protective equipment.
The VI Children's Museum may be closed at the moment, but we will never stop serving our community! Since 2017 we have been offering free books to children ages 0-5 through Dolly Parton's Imagination Library program. This program is more important than ever, and we will be promoting it in new ways this year. We are also working with local partners to distribute activities packets and kits to families, and going virtual with programs such as Toddler Tuesdays.
This project shall continue to provide WASH materials mainly cubes of soap and adapted hand-wash buckets to 200 orphans from 10 orphanages in the North West and South West regions of Cameroon for their regular hand washing and sanitization needs in order to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 among them.
On March 11, the World Health Organization declared the outbreak of COVID-19 a global pandemic, reaching more than 118 countries and affecting hundreds of thousands of people. Information shows that older adults are at higher risk of getting very sick from Coronavirus (COVID-19). In response, LULAC will support the elderly communities, providing a supply of gift cards to elders that need the aid in these difficult times.
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 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.
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.
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.
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 you know, the principal purpose of TECHO is purchase community development in slums working together with families and volunteers. But with the arrived COVID19 to the world, life in slums becomes harder. They cannot stay at home or have minimal hygiene because they do not have basic rights covered, like housing or services. Our work is harder now too, we keep supporting those slums to maintain our programs active in a remote way.
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.
Conviventia will provide emergency food and essential items assistance to over 140 of the most vulnerable families impacted by the corona-virus in the impoverished communities of El Pozon, Las Americas, Cazuca and Lucero Alto, Colombia. Our teachers at our schools have also been hard at work preparing and delivering materials so that our students in these communities can continue their educational process while at home. We will also be providing to these students the necessary school supplies.
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.
GlobalMedic is responding to needs created by the COVID-19 pandemic. We believe in order to control this virus, it is extremely important for all of our local agencies (public and private) to work together to ensure the health and safety of our citizens, and we are doing our part in this ever-changing situation.
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.
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?
COVID -19 is a global pandemic which affects vulnerable people disproportionately. As one of the largest providers of homelessness services in the country, St Mungo's are doing a monumental amount of work to keep people who are homeless safe. Our staff are working hard to support vulnerable people sleeping rough to self-isolate, whilst also providing food and well-being support. To continue our vital work, we need your help.
Today, our need for our clients has moved from helping them help people in situational poverty to long term support. Our supply of resources is becoming taxed as our clients are reaching out to us for assistance with people requiring food. Organizations are leaning on us more now than ever. These groups include the community and city emergency response teams, transitional housing, police departments, and other government agencies.
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!
Doctors, nurses and all other healthcare workers in Kosovo, as well as patients that have unfortunately been diagnosed, are currently lacking basic resources and medical supplies such as soap, masks, gloves, etc. The Ministry of Health of Kosovo has shared with us a list of supplies that healthcare institutions urgently need. How can you help us? 1. Donate; 2. Invite your friends to donate; 3. Share the link on social media. This fundraiser is part of the "Nje Kafe si Flutur" campaign.
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.
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.
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!
Everyday Hero is a call for us as a community to step up and find our own little ways to help the vulnerable youth and their families during COVID-19. The virus may have caused some setbacks to our daily interactions with others, but it should not limit our ability to reach out to those we serve. Your donation will help us provide care kits with essential needs, as well as financial assistance for vulnerable youths and their loved ones.
The unsolicited entry of COVID-19 pandemic in the community needs best of humanity to overcome. The Corona virus took away thousand of lives all over the world. It spreads in such a way that we are unable to control it. We do not have medicines to cure. In India, there is a big threat of spreading fast as our country is thickly populated. Even though the Government of India is taking all precautionary actions, the country is not equipped to handle the tough situation.
An epidemic spreads most easily when people are unaware of its symptoms, mode of transmission and morbidity. Worse, when ineffective measures are used to combat the disease its spread is again assured. IMCRA is mobilizing to respond globally to the COVID-19 crisis via continuously updated native-language medical education video modules using internationally-accessible smartphone technology. The translated CDC-based info blitz is aimed at both medical professionals and lay people.
The Corona crisis is a great challenge for everyone and is affecting every part of society, especially with increasing social distancing. However, at the same time, the pandemic connects the global community: Never before has solidarity been as important and as widespread as today. Together, we have to be accountable for each other. The German Red Cross has launched a Corona Emergency Relief Fund and is appealing for collective support to ensure fast and comprehensive help for those in need.
HOCW's vision is a world where every person has the hope, confidence, and necessary means to be self-reliant & achieve their own definition of well-being. We provide job training, medical services, financial services, education, etc. COVID-19 has just reached Uganda; the refugees we serve are at risk. Our clinic, bank, and farm will stay open. And we will make and distribute soap to the community for free, make masks for patients, and translate health info into the languages of our students.
The newly found COVID-19 originated from Wuhan, China is spreading rapidly around the world. Nepal reported its 1st case on January 23 in Kathmandu. Government initially announced country lockdown effective from March 24-31, 2020 and was extended till April 7. Mostly, the low income citizens are panicked and worried on the frontlines of crisis. The fund will support immediate and recovery the life of vulnerable communities through awareness, distribution of hygiene kits and nutritious food.
Due to school closures, many of the nearly 3.3 millions students who rely on school lunches as their main source of nutrition, will not have access to the meals. Our goal is to provide access to lunches for the many kids impacted by the school closures, and grow the efforts nationwide.
With the school close-down in Tanzania (due to the outbreak of COVID-19), 200 girls from the Kuria community have no other place to go than the Masanga centre, to be protected from Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). The Kuria community is taking advantage of the schools' closure, and has started mutilating girls when they get home. The girls in the Masanga centre are in urgent need of basic items such as food and hygiene kits.
Pipal Tree Foundation is planning to initiate a project to provide relief and opportunity to the Migrant Daily wage Construction labourers who are jobless and uprooted due to lock down caused by COVID 19 in India. We are looking for donors to fund this project so that we can address this issue on large scale over next 3 to 6 months. We plan to raise more INR 100 MM to provide support to 10K migrant workers.
This project will provide a month's worth of essential supplies for 1000 starving daily wage earning families, who have to support two children or more, during this period of lockdown and curfews for the coronavirus pandemic in Sri Lanka.
Poverty, illiteracy and migration is Western Odisha is high.The present situation by the pandemic corona virus (COVID_19) threatens this community particularly migrant youths,children and elders because of poor immunity. They lost their income and in need of food and basic health care. KARMI will create awareness and provide support to people, such as mask, soap, sanitizer and livelihood support to the poor & daily wage workers and dependent family members, who lost work and earnings.
As we all work to reduce the fallout from the COVID-19 crisis, our community is keenly aware of the additional risks now faced by vulnerable, marginalized workers and children, who would be invisible but for GoodWeave's field teams in India, Nepal and Afghanistan. This hidden workforce may have made the clothes you wear right now. The GoodWeave COVID-19 Child and Worker Protection Fund will deliver immediate humanitarian aid and services to these vulnerable populations.
We need your support to distribute ration to 500 families of persons with disabilities affected by lockdown in Karachi due to COVID-19. We have already gathered donation for 400 families and we are urgently looking for funds to support 100 more. 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.