Educate 1 million villagers on COVID-19 in Cameroon
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SLAE Foundation plans to teach 1 million and above elders, women, disabled, and other people with frail health conditions on the covid-19 outbreak in Cameroon ensuring that information on this pandemic is accessible to locals within the 8 poorest villages. The project will train and support 50 local volunteers to sensitize and educate the population on preventive measures while providing protective gear and hand sanitizers to2 million of needy persons. Hand washing facilities are going to be installed within the villages for Covid-19 prevention
Cameroon is politically and economically unstable, leading to increased hardship and other people fleeing armed conflicts to unaffected areas. The covid-19 outbreak has caused increased suffering, especially in conflict-affected rural villages. because the 6th most-affected African country, given their limited access to healthiness facilities, the number of affected persons in rural areas could triple among women, elders, and other people with underlying health conditions thanks to lack of data on covid-19
SLAE Foundation will establish a covid-19 response framework in 20 villages by training and supporting 100 volunteers to sensitize and educate 2 million vulnerable people on prevention measures. 800 needy people are going to be supported with facemasks, hand sanitizers, and soap, while hand washing facilities are going to be installed in these villages, on the brink of homes of individuals with disabilities and elders for Covid-19 prevention. Information to be made accessible in these villages through leaflets and native communication methods
The covid-19 response will empower volunteers and vulnerable people to still share and practice covid-19 prevention measures with their families and community members who will, in turn, adopt these preventive measures to guard themselves against the virus. it’ll prevent conditions of increased suffering among vulnerable people, caused by lack of data on covid-19 and their inability to supply basic subsistence for his or her families if they contract the virus.