Lack of good and systematic database has in small measure affected effective distribution of Covid-19 palliatives. This has led to the allegation that the process is being politicized. There have been no clear strategy to reach the vulnerable and poor in the distribution of palliatives. This project will engage communities in Imo State with Palliative, sensitizing them and providing them with food packages, preventive kits and free hand sanitizers.
The emergence of Covid-19 has given room to unemployment, poverty and other critical experiences among youths and communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is a huge challenge that require players across the development sector in the country to innovate and adjust our current systems of support. This enables us to provide a job-rich recovery, in order to improve economic resilience and reduce the impact of the pandemic and its economic fallout on youths.
Sam Onyemaechi is committed to assist the communities. We are taking a drastic measures in order to control the pandemic by providing the necessary things for prevention. Awareness and sensitization are the measures we have adopted so as to assist the victims. We advised members of the general public to abide by the rules and regulations imposed by the government, such as lock downs, interstate travel restrictions, social distancing, wearing of masks outdoors, washing hands regularly.
There have been rapid and decisive action by governments and individual in order to support the most vulnerable people. It will bring together broad and coordinated policy response that includes strengthened social protection, education, health care, housing support and specific interventions to enhance personal security of women and children, as well as actions supporting vulnerable workers, small businesses, and communities.