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Published 02.06.2020 12:57
In Zimbabwe minibus operators have converted their minibuses into mobile grocery shops.
This comes after such minibuses were stopped from operating during the country’s lockdown. Owners of the vehicles are now stocking groceries and vegetables and operating as mobile shops in order to make a living.  The country has been on lockdown since the 30th of March 2020. During the lockdown, Zimbabwe…
Unemployment,
Published 25.05.2020 14:33
In Uruguay, a platform allows customers to pay for vouchers and use them in their favourite restaurants when the lockdown ends
Rodrigo Martinez, 29, a chief commercial officer of a software company EagerWorks explained to Outriders why they launched “Lo de siempre” (meaning “as usual” in Spanish). After 45 days of campaigning, restaurants in Uruguay have started to open and have finished the project. They have sold about 700 vouchers in total these days.
Lockdown,
Published 29.05.2020 16:24
In Amsterdam, an art centre sets up individual greenhouses to keep diners apart during the pandemic.
It is called Mediamatic ETEN. It is a vegan restaurant at the arts center Mediamatic Biotoop. Its idea is to test out social distancing measures while still eating out. The restaurant calls the project Serres Séparées, which means separate greenhouses in French. The project aims to minimise physical contact between…
Health,
Published 09.05.2020 14:36
Zambian Breweries has embarked on the production of alcohol based hand sanitizers.
The sanitizers will be donated to the Ministry of Health in Zambia. They will be made using commercial ethanol and according to the World Health Organization standards of 80% alcohol and packaged in 250ml bottles.
Inclusion,
Published 26.04.2020 21:55
In Vietnam, an entrepreneur created a rice-ATM for people affected by lockdown.
The automatic machine located in Ho Chi Minh City provides free rice for people who can not work out due to the nationwide lockdown, many of them previously working as street vendors, housekeepers, lottery tickets sellers or in other informal jobs. The inventor is a businessman called Hoang Tuan Anh…

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