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Inclusion,
Published 26.06.2020 12:40
In Uruguay, a bookshop owner donates food to vulnerable population during a pandemic.
Jorge Artola, the owner of the Diómedes bookstore, delivers food every Tuesday and Thursday. People also get books.
Inclusion,
Published 25.06.2020 14:47
In Brazil, singer Gabriel Smaniotto raised money in a live show to help tourism workers.
 $ 15,255 was collected and divided into vouchers worth $ 28 each to purchase food and hygiene products.
Inclusion,
Published 25.06.2020 14:45
In Brazil, the Cine Drive-in season ends with donations for vulnerable people.
For five nights, Cine Drive-in received almost 600 cars with people to watch movies in Foz do Iguaçu. In addition to selling the ticket, the organizers asked for donations. Thus, half a ton of food and products were collected for the poorest people.
Inclusion,
Published 22.06.2020 17:00
In Colombia, six jails hold online its prison theater festival due to the pandemic.
The 4th Carcerário Theater Festival aimed at helping inmates resocialize. This is the fourth edition of this festival, which took place between June 15 and 20. This year the plays were recorded and posted online to prevent from putting inmates at risk. The prisons that participated in this online festival…
Lockdown,
Published 14.06.2020 18:35
In Venezuela, an NGO installed a cinema screen on the roof of a house.
Activists from the Zona de Descarga organization set up the screen so that residents of the 19 de Abril community could watch movies without leaving their homes during the quarantine. The project is called “Cineplatabanda”.
Inclusion,
Published 08.06.2020 15:01
In Brazil, photographers from the Favelagrafia project launched an online photo auction to support vulnerable households.
The Favelagrafia project has brought together photographers from nine favelas in Rio de Janeiro since 2016. They take pictures their own communities to show their daily lives without violence. The money  from the sale of the photos at the auction is to buy baskets food to donate to poorer families.
Health,
Published 05.05.2020 15:01
In Peru, Calandria NGO launched the “Paremos Juntos el Coronavirus” campaign (Let’s Stop the Coronavirus Together).
This campaign aims to provide information on measures of self-care, personal hygiene, disinfection of the home and care of family members in Piura city. Social communicators produce materials, gifs and infographics, and advertisements for radio on hygiene, on the importance of staying home during the pandemic and on the symptoms…

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