PEACEF has begun its Emergency COVID-19 campaign to fight against Coronavirus to the most vulnerable people in Bangladesh: the poor, disabled, jobless, hungry, elderly, and orphans. We are going to distribute hand sanitizers, face masks, PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) for ensuring safety of the society and spraying disinfectants in an effort to fight against the spread of coronavirus. We are attempting to distribute food among 30000 Households.

We are all completely acknowledged about the poor socio-economic condition of Bangladesh.COVID-19 has made the situation even worse by putting an already poverty stricken population on lockdown where accessibility to nutritional food, drinking water, products which are necessary to maintain hygienic life-style, medicines and other daily commodities are scarcer day by day. Street vendors, hourly wage earners, shopkeepers, and daily laborers are suffering from starvation. This project is addressing to cope up with the emergency need with distribution of survival kits to thousands of people who need it most.

For a densely and over-populated with limited resource country like Bangladesh – the hardest challenge is to ensure the proper protective measures & types of equipment from Coronavirus for all the people. This challenge is followed by the economic repercussion that these families are going to get into, as the majority of the inhabitants of Bangladesh earn their living on a day-to-day basis.

At PEACEF – we aim to work on well-being and provide most of the everyday necessities in a regular interval for these families. PEACEF Volunteer Team is relentlessly managing the necessary items (Coronavirus preventive materials and types of equipment along with the daily necessities) and distributing those to the families in dire need.

The goal of PEACEF is to distribute the Emergency Food for the poor and marginalized families who are now currently jobless and also not capable to survive during this emergency time.

We are raising awareness of good hygiene practices like washing hands, training communities in healthcare and working with local government to provide medical and hygiene support where healthcare capacity is low.

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