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Inclusion,
Published 25.06.2020 14:32
In Brazil, a seamstress who lives in Complexo do Alemão sells masks.
A resident of one of the largest favela groups in Rio de Janeiro, Cleide Pereira Félix da Lapa, sewed masks for food. Now, the seamstress already has customers and sells protection products. 
Health, Lockdown,
Published 25.06.2020 08:28
In Brazil, indigenous people are isolated to protect themselves against Covid-19.
Guarani Mbya indigenous people, who live in an area of the Atlantic Forest in São Paulo, only allow cars to enter with groceries and emergency assistance in the villages.
Inclusion,
Published 23.06.2020 12:41
In Mexico, police and firefighters deliver food baskets to vulnerable families.
The teams delivered 10,000 food baskets in Ecatepec city thanks to donations received from business people, public servants, and other citizens.
Health, ,
Published 22.06.2020 18:50
Irish people are donating money to Native American communities hit by Covid-19 to repay assistance during the Great Famine in Ireland almost two centuries ago.
The fund was started on a GoFundMe page for the Navajo Nation and Hopi Reservation, and is aiming to reach $5 million. Many of those donating money are Irish. In 1847, the Choctaw Nation provided $170, which would be roughly $5,000 today, of relief aid to the Irish during the…
Inclusion,
Published 17.06.2020 10:51
In Venezuela, a photojournalist helping homeless people.
Franyer Nieves, known as Babel, rides around Caracas on a motorcycle to deliver food, medicine, and clothing to vulnerable people. Within two quarantined months, 100 people had received help from Babel.
Lockdown,
Published 10.06.2020 11:25
In Colombia, women help other women who are victims of violence during quarantine.
Violence against women increased in Colombia during social isolation. Call center 155 has seen a 103% increase in calls since the quarantine began on March 25. Thus, 40 women from the “Red Solidaria de Mujeres” have offered legal and psychological guidance to the victims.
Inclusion,
Published 06.06.2020 15:56
In Peru, a priest donates medicine to victims of Covid-19.
Father José Manuel Zamora Romero promotes the campaign “Resiste Lambayeque” in the city Lambayeque to deliver medicines to vulnerable families that were infected by Covid-19. The priest also donates biosafety equipment to health professionals in the city.
Inclusion,
Published 05.06.2020 15:56
In Peru, a priest from the Catholic Church creates the campaign “share your bread with a hungry person”.
Omar Sánchez is the priest and director of the Association of Beatitudes. He has already donated 143,000 food baskets to vulnerable families during the Covid-19 pandemic. The priest continues to raise funds to donate more food.
Inclusion,
Published 03.06.2020 13:57
In Brazil, a collaborative map shows a solidarity network against Covid-19.
The map shows places where you can donate food and hygiene products to vulnerable families due to the pandemic. The map was produced in collaboration with different solidarity groups on the north coast of Rio Grande do Sul.

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