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Published 20.06.2020 12:49
In Gambia fashion entrepreneurs and women’s groups are working together to produce face masks.
Ndeye Fatou Njie, a local fashion designer has partnered with other fashion entrepreneurs and women’s groups in rural Gambia to produce facemasks needed in the fight against Covid-19. The aim of the project is to produce 50 000 face masks through their “Made in Gambia” initiative. The facemasks produced are distributed…
Inclusion,
Published 10.06.2020 11:39
In Singapore, specially designed face masks for teachers are being made so that deaf students can lip-read.
As schools reopen, about 300 such masks will be distributed to 150 teachers and allied education staff from the Singapore Association for the Deaf (SADeaf), Lighthouse School and Canossian School. These organisations produce see-through masks to make it possible for those who are deaf, or hard of hearing, to lip-read…
Inclusion,
Published 04.06.2020 11:59
Polish gay couple gives away free rainbow face masks to fight both Covid-19 and prejudice against LGBTQ.
Married couple Dawid Mycek and Jakub Kwiecinski distributed hundreds of rainbow masks in Gdansk, Gdynia and Sopot, Poland, to help others protect themselves from Covid-19. But they also say that they want to spread the message of tolerance and raise awareness about the situation of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender…
Inclusion,
Published 02.06.2020 12:06
Spain’s street vendors deliver food and medical supplies amid the Covid-19 crisis.
The African street vendors, known as manteros, organized as the Sindicato Popular de Vendedores Ambulantes de Barcelona, have dedicated their efforts to making masks and gowns for hospitals, as well as distributing food to the most vulnerable. They produce those medical supplies in their shop in one of the Barcelona…
Health, Inclusion,
Published 29.05.2020 16:28
In Brazil, former inmates sew masks against Covid-19.
These taylors work at Estamparia Social, a micro-company created by former inmates, in São Paulo. Some masks were purchased by the NGO Sê-los to be donated with hygiene material to employees and inmates of a Hortolândia penitentiary in the countryside.
Health,
Published 29.05.2020 16:26
In Chile, inmates sew prevention masks against Covid-19.
The initiative takes place at the Education and Work Center, where inmates were trained to sew masks for themselves and prison staff. The men were already experienced in sewing.
Health, Unemployment,
Published 29.05.2020 14:01
A non-profit organisation African Masks distributes cloth masks in several countries across Africa.
This venture is supported by crowdfunding. Teams of volunteers distribute cloth masks to the most vulnerable and populated communities in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Kenya, Senegal, Benin and Nigeria. In the first month, local tailors were able to sew 7,000 masks, which also brings jobs to those tailors.
Health,
Published 29.05.2020 12:10
In Spain, volunteers in Asturias and other regions in the country are sewing masks for healthcare workers.
More than 600 Spaniards have joined to this particular initiative, 90 percent of them are women with tailoring experience. They use reusable, disposable and washable materials. Meanwhile, many citizens of the country are not happy with the government’s response to the crisis. Residents of Madrid protested on their balconies banging…
Health,
Published 28.05.2020 15:06
In Peru, women sew masks embroidered with Sarhuino art.
Traditional artists Venuca Evanan, Violeta Quispe Yupari, and Gaudencia Yupari thought about sewing tmasks with drawings of the Ayacucho region’s culture to send a message of hope and optimism during the Covid-19 pandemic. Selling these masks are also providing economic support to their families during the pandemic.
Lockdown,
Published 26.05.2020 18:02
In Congo, Designer Anifa Mvuemba used 3D digital models to launch her latest collections online.
This designer from the Democratic Republic of Congo decided to launch her new collection, the Pink Label Congo, on Instagram due to the lockdown. Through her work, the designer aims to show the beauty of Congo but also to raise awareness of illegal mining. Mbuemba started the fashion show with…

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