en   |   pl
1030 responses worldwide


All categories Health Inclusion Lockdown Unemployment
All types Response Response Expanded Solution
Lockdown, Unemployment, ,
Published 05.06.2020 16:03
In Somalia the UNHCR is providing cash assistance to 20 000 refugees.
In order to mitigate the economic impact of Covid-19 and the subsequent lockdown, the UNHCR has extended a once-off multi-purpose cash grant to supplement the monthly subsistence allowance of 20 000 refugees in the country. The organization has also paid the refugee’s monthly subsistence allowance three months in advance to…
Published 28.05.2020 10:16
Nearly 15,000 stranded Indians were evacuated from abroad starting May 7.
Indian diplomatic missions around the world have started registering citizens who were stranded when Covid-19-related travel restrictions were put in place by India and other countries. India will bring back those who want to return because they have lost their jobs or to meet their families. The government will operate…
Published 26.05.2020 18:30
India Observatory, an open-source database, launched a map tracking migrants movement in real time and facilities on their routes.
The platform, created by Forest Ecological Security (FES), offers information on transportation and healthcare facilities. It uses information from 55 organisations on the ground, mostly in rural areas. In India, the world’s second-most populous country, the lockdown triggered a mass exodus, forcing millions of rural workers to flee cities by…

Thank you for submitting!

Our reporters will get back to you shortly!

submit a response

Do you know about any initiative, action, project, law…  anything which tries to solve effect of COVID-19? Let us know!

The initiatives can be responses to different effects: unemployment or economic consequences, inclusion of the most vulnerable populations, health responses. And more.
Country, city or area
If you have any source link to it!
We will inform you once your response gets verified and send a lot of love!




en pl

We use cookies on our website. Some materials published on our website include third party content, that use cookies on the behalf of other websites. These websites are Twitter, Facebook, Youtube and Instagram. If you do not agree for the use of cookies by us and by those websites, disable the cookies option in the browser or on the device You are using. If you use the opt-out option, you will not have access to our contents. You can find out more about the data processing in the “Privacy policy” page.