OUR COVID-19 RESPONSE
The outbreak of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19), hit the world in the closing periods of 2019, and has had ravaging effects on Environment, Health, Food Security, Livelihood and the Global Economy at large.
In a continent where the above are (to some extent) everyday challenges, the coronavirus poses a more potent threat to livelihoods in Africa.
The foundation has had to pull resources together and fast track some key partnerships in order to fight the Hunger, Poverty and Lack left in the wake of the scourge.
In an interview with Love FM and Jordan FM Abuja, we pointed out the true danger of the pandemic, which is Hunger.
Love FM Interview
Jordan FM Interview
The resultant lockdown of major cities in the country, alongside long curfews pose a big threat to livelihood as families and individuals who depend solely on daily income stand the risk of starvation, deterioration in community health, and even death.
We had to deliver food stuff to these communities and have their community heads distribute the palliatives to ensure security and orderliness.
Other companies and organizations responded to our gesture by lending a helping hand in various ways.
U-save foundation is ensuring that communities have access to clean water, and other sanitary facilities, to curb the spread of diseases and boost community health.
Rochas Foundation, which is a strong affiliate of our foundation, delivered support materials to the vulnerable parts of Imo state.