The group of activists and experts against gender violence has provided a WhatsApp number to help women during the Covid-19 pandemic. Victims receive psychological assistance and legal advice. There is a protocol to handle each type of case.
The government announced that vulnerable households would receive free water and electricity for the months of April, May, and June in order to mitigate the economic impact of Covid-19. The free services will be extended to households with a monthly water consumption of 10 cubic meters or less and an…
Clean City is using tank trucks to distribute water to ensure that citizens are able to comply with Covid-19 hygiene measures. Zimbabweans have been affected by water shortages for over a decade. Most communities rely on boreholes to access clean water however there are concerns about congestion at such boreholes…
Visits to abandoned pet shelters are suspended because of the Covid-19 pandemic, but the city has created the “delivery of pets” project so that people interested in adopting them can receive the animal directly at home. A prior online interview is made with the person interested in adopting.
The organization is working with over 20 national utility companies to increase water supply through borehole rehabilitation and the replacement of water pumps in densely populated areas. They are also assisting in procuring chemicals and reagents that remove impurities and maintaining back-up power generators.
They help to pay utilities bills such as water, electricity and gas to families with financial difficulties due to the Covid-19 pandemic. They are mothers who are part of the Maternashop group. They receive requests for help, they analyze the cases and they collect the money.
The payment deadline from April will be extended to July 2020 and the deadline from May to August 2020. The Minister of Health and Public Hygiene, Eugène Aka Aouélé urged also the population to reduce these displacements, to isolate fragile populations and wear a mask.
This is in addition to 30 percent of water bills for the months of April and May. In other countries like Nepal, the government appealed to citizens to make online electricity bill payments to avoid the spread of the virus. If the Nepalese consumers could not make the payment due…
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