The group brings together education specialists who must review the measures already implemented to prevent students from leaving school and adapt them to the context of the pandemic. Experts should also come up with ideas to identify the challenges o stfudents at risk.
In South Florida, local mindfulness teacher Shelly Tygielski launched her Pandemic of Love after seeing people around her losing their jobs. It started with a video on Instagram in which she announced a website that would connect those with a need due to loss of income with those who are…
COVIDE is a computer program created by Cuban developers Abraham Calas and José Carlos Oliva. It has been lauched by ElToque and Periodismo de Bairro. It provides a bot for Telegram and WhatsApp so that the public can quickly and easily search for proven news and prevent from spreading nmisinformation.
The NGOs Fé y Alegria and Unidos en la Misión created the “Maestro al télefono” campaign to help teachers who need to teach online due to the quarantine and provide them smarth phones to prepare classes and chat with students.
The website allows people living in Neuquén, a province located in the Patagonia region, to make donations or offer voluntary service in the areas of health, education, administration, security, and logistics. The campaign is called “Juntos podemos más”.
The group, which now has about 45,000 members, was started by Mahita Nagaraj, a digital marketing professional from Bangalore, in the early days of the pandemic. She got the idea after a few friends living abroad asked her for help checking in with their elderly parents in India. In addition…
The animated graffiti designs seen around Mushin are being created by Fawas Adeoye, one of a new generation of Nigerian graffiti artists in Lagos. 28-year-old Fawas has been painting for more than 12 years, from creating backdrops for musical videos to paintings on canvases. He believes that his art encourages,…
It is an initiative of the Red COMAL Network, from the Rural Caja 21 de mayo, a community initiative led by women. Its leader, Lucia Sarmiento and other women sew fabric masks for families and their community. Another part of the production is sold in the city Comayagua.
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