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Published 19.06.2020 12:24
In Buenos Aires, Argentina, a court established that the local government must deliver computers and provide Internet to students in low-income neighborhoods.
It established the obligation of the city of Buenos Aires to deliver a laptop, notebook or tablet to each public school student who is in a situation of social vulnerability. The measure aims at helping all the students attend classes online.
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Published 18.06.2020 14:17
In the Central African Republic the UN is training ex-combatants to produce Covid-19 prevention materials.
The UN peacekeeping mission in the Central African Republic has refocused its Community Violence Reduction program to offer training in trades related to Covid-19 prevention. Prior to the pandemic, the organization would offer ex-combatants vocational training in trades such as plumbing, electrical work, and construction. Today the training has now…
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Published 15.06.2020 07:32
In New Zealand, a chat-bot sharing Covid-19 information will include Pacific languages.
This free Facebook Messenger chat-bot named Ᾱmio was created by three New Zealand doctors, Sanjeev Krishna, Canaan Aumua and Cole Rudolph. It was launched in February for residents in New Zealand and Australia. It is currently in English and Mandarin and they plan to translate it to Samoan, Tongan and…
Published 10.05.2020 19:16
In Sierra Leone, the minister of education uses Youtube to explain scientific concepts with simple words in krio language.
The minister, Dr David Moinina Sengeh (“Moi”), who studied biomedical engineering at Harvard University, launched the series of videos: “Moi Minute with Dr David Moinina Sengeh” to explain in Sierra Leonean Creole simple questions such us: what is it a virus, what are the symptoms of coronavirus or the differences…
Published 07.05.2020 15:27
In Zambia, Amref Africa Health donates COVID-19 Braille Materials.
Amref Africa Health, a non-governmental organisation that aims to create lasting health change in Africa has donated 3,000 Information, Education and Communication (IEC) materials in Braille to cater for the vision impaired. The materials are to be distributed to over 70 reading groups for the visually impaired countrywide.
Published 26.04.2020 12:22
In New York, an emergency Response Fund supports communities of racial minorities.
Brooklyn Community Foundation will grant up to $10,000 non-profits that work in anti-stigma and anti-xenophobic efforts, anti-Asian harassment, prevention measures regarding education and sanitary supplies and support for vulnerable populations. African Americans are disproportionately affected by the pandemic in US.

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