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CESE reinforces its support to projects and fundraising campaigns helping movements to resist the pandemic

Latin America has achieved the global distinction of being the current epicentre of the pandemic – and, according to the World Health Organization, Brazil is the country of greatest concern. This is because in the beginning of July, the country surpassed 50,000 deaths from coronavirus, with a record number of 1.7 million infected people according to WHO. Only four other countries have passed this total; the United States, the United Kingdom, and Italy. >>

 

India Shares; Responding to Vulnerable Communities During Covid-19

Smile Foundation, a partner of Change the Game Academy in India launched a campaign dubbed ‘India Shares’ in March following the declaration of the Corona Virus pandemic and the ensuing lockdown in the country. This was set up primarily to respond to the needs of the most vulnerable populations in their community during a time when the whole world is facing the COVID-19 pandemic. Gloria Chemutai caught up with Swatantra Gupta, the General Manager, Corporate Partnerships & Alliances at the Foundation to share more about how they are coping during this time while giving tips of how organisations can emerge stronger. Read on... >>

 

Supporting CSOs to be Resilient Amidst [and Post] Covid-19

Despite the ease of some of the restrictions introduced in March by most West Africa governments to stem the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), major restrictions including public gatherings, physical distancing, freedom of movement, which limit civil society’s operations in the region (social and civic services) are still in place. The situation is more alarming with the rapidly increasing number of cases in Africa after the continent hit 200,000 cases in the week of 8th June. As a result, the World Health Organisation (WHO) warned that the coronavirus pandemic is accelerating in Africa and stressed that it took 98 days for Africa to reach the first 100,000 cases, and only 18 days to move to 200,000 cases. >>

 

Digital Transformation: Shifting CtGA Training Online and Adapting to the Pandemic

Just like the situation was in many countries across the world, the month of March brought with it what looked like a bleak future for many civil society organisations (CSOs) in Tanzania. The COVID-19 pandemic struck and immediately ‘normal’ was disrupted and organizations were left thinking of how to adapt fast. >>