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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 14:45
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 23.06.2020 13:46
In Mexico, the company KJ makes sturdy, economical and ecological cardboard coffins.
The idea came up during the Covid-19 pandemic to help families who cannot afford to pay for a traditional funeral service. A coffin costs around 540 dollars (12,000 Mexican pesos), but cardboard coffins cost less than 9 dollars (200 Mexican pesos).
Inclusion, Unemployment,
Published 20.06.2020 17:51
In Bangalore, India, a restaurant called Desi Masala is feeding more than 10,000 vulnerable people every day.
Friends and families of the team are also volunteering for this cause. Local police officials and NGOs have joined hands with them. Meals are given to slum dwellers, daily wage and migrant workers, orphanages, old age homes and Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagar Palike workers.
Health, Inclusion, ,
Published 02.06.2020 16:17
The interactive game Wanji helps remote populations in Africa and Asia educate themselves on Covid-19.
The game was created by non-profit Peripheral Vision International (PVI) and mobile communications provider Viamo. The gaming platform provides interactive learning through spoken audio in Uganda, Tanzania, Malawi, Ghana, Madagascar and Nepal. It is possible to play the game without Internet connection, which is crucial for a geographically remote and…
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.

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