Community Led Innovations to respond to Covid19
Purpose:
We have all seen our communities come together in wonderful ways to respond to the current Covid19 crisis. In Bangladesh, SDG Unions supported by The Hunger Project are making masks and hand sanitizers; in Benin 1000 tippy taps (hand washing stations) have been set up using jerry cans and local materials. This is a testament to the agency of our communities and we are collecting these examples to not just showcase what happens when you put communities front and centre in development, but also to learn from each other. Please fill out the form below to share examples of how your communities have mobilized to respond to this crisis or how your own organization has come up with innovative ways to support them. Please fill one form per innovation/solution/example.
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Location (where the example is from): Please give the name of the country and where possible the community/district/region. *
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Please describe how your communities have come together to support each other in these difficult times. Eg Community groups have translated Covid19 related information into local languages and are sharing this with households through whatsapp groups; In Benin, epicentre communities have organized hand washing stations and set up a 1000 within 2 weeks. Please provide as many details as you are able to about the initiative — including the names of key partners and implementers, feedback from the communities, links to photos and videos, etc.
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Please describe how your organization is supporting your communities as they mobilize to fight this pandemic?
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If there is a webpage or blogpost that has details about the initiatives being undertaken by your communities/organizations, please share it here.
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