The lockdown situation isn’t easy for anyone. But if you have kids, it can be a little bit trickier. Challenges for many low-income families during dual crises, Housing is the first line of defense against the coronavirus, yet one in three people in the Anglophones region lives in overcrowded slums, sometimes taking refuge in the forest for weeks, lacking access to water and sanitation. They risk falling over the edge into chronic poverty.
GWF response to the pandemic addresses both the health and economic fronts. Through its own initiative, Homes, Communities, Hope + You, GWF welcomes all supporters to help families weather the crises and communities to emerge stronger.
When people have access to clean water and sanitation, waterborne diseases decrease, children stay healthier and attend school more regularly, and mothers can spend less time carrying water and more time helping their families.
GWF to distribute 10,000 face masks, 15000 hand sanitizers and other hyginic items to help displaced people in the North West cope Covid-19.
GWF initiative to raise awareness, increase support, and establish partnerships with organizations and corporations in tackling the Corona virus pandemic making the world a safe and better place