As the pandemic took hold in 2020, GFC’s partners pivoted to providing emergency hygiene kits, critical food supplies, and accurate public health information to children and families. More than a year later, they are stepping up to support young people affected by the economic fallout and unsafe situations caused by the pandemic, while searching for new ways to deliver key programming with limited resources. In India and other South Asian countries, GFC’s partners are providing lifesaving support to children and their families amid a surge in coronavirus cases.
In the following stories, learn how GFC partners in South Asia are responding to a devastating wave of COVID-19 infections:
In “Developing community capacity to fight COVID-19 and protect children in India,” two members of GFC’s Asia team share how they support partners who are responding to increased threats to children during the pandemic, and how they have provided partners with home-based COVID-19 patient treatment training.
In “Ensuring access to education for orphans in Nepal,” Bishnu Bhatta shares how Partnership for Sustainable Development, a GFC partner, is helping children who have lost their parents attend virtual classes and get nutritious meals.
We’ll be regularly updating our partners and supporters on GFC’s response to this unprecedented crisis.
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