COVID-19  Kenya Project #46521

Help Feed Slum Families during this COVID 19

by JAMES WERE FOUNDATION
Help Feed Slum Families during this COVID 19
Help Feed Slum Families during this COVID 19
Help Feed Slum Families during this COVID 19
Help Feed Slum Families during this COVID 19

Hello Friends,

It is now one year since the breakout of this Pandemic -Covid 19, it has affected lives, destroyed economies and disruptted learning in different institutions. people have been trying very hard to come to terms with this new life but it has been tough. some families can not come up because they lost  their jobs, some lost their loved one while others dropped out of schools and colleges.

Though friends like you, James Were Foundation has brought hope to the hopeless by feeding those that are affected by this pandemic, it has help provide all the essentials, providing free face masks,food,soaps and sanitizers to the afftected families not forgetting about putting its staff on senzitization role. We have been going round Nyalenda slums telling people how observing government protocols help  save more lives.

We are currently proving face masks to students in schools and provide free food to the vulnerable families and we believe it will still help save more lives. we still need your prayers and support to continue doing this noble work.We shall conitinue with our efforts untill the curve flattens.

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Covid 19 pandemic has been a great challenge in their entire world. It has claimed lives, affected businesses and jobs. The first case in Kenya was in March 2020. It forced the government to put a lot of measures and protocols to help control the spread.

So many people lost their jobs in Nyalenda slums within Kisumu city, students left schools to be with parents putting the burden with the parents leading to increased farmine and poverty index going up. This also led to high cases of teenage pregnancies, loss of lives as some people commit suicide due to depression.

The has applied the protocols and things have started cooling down. The rate of spread oc the virus is going down giving us hope that the curve could be flattened soon. We are hopeful that the children will go back to school soon. The governement has ensured that their policy of protocol is observed and followed. James Were Foundation still has a program to continue proving PPEs to all students,provide face masks,thermo guns,gloves,sanitizers and food to the students and people who are affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

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JAMES WERE FOUNDATION

Location: KISUMU, Nyanza - Kenya
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Twitter: @jwerefoundation
Project Leader:
KOtieno Thomas
KISUMU, Nyanza Kenya
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