As a voluntary association, the charity aims to target and minimise the effects of COVID in Africa through a series of live digital concerts. The charity has drawn upon a range of initiatives supported by a number of global figures and social enterprises. Through our concerts, viewed across the world, we have attracted dozens of talented artists to perform in support of Doctors Without Borders. With high rates of tuberculosis, HIV and immunological diseases, the spread of coronavirus throughout countries within Africa will place extreme pressure on the healthcare systems. Strained infrastructure and a lack of resources has the potential to lead to an even graver humanitarian crisis on the continent. To flatten the curve, we must support and equip front line workers! By staying home, you can save lives. Your donation directly supports Doctors Without Borders lifesaving work in over 70 countries around the world. On our Covaid Africa Live page. Click here to visit.
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Not available in web format, please use the contact details below to request a patient information sheet. Participants will be randomised to one of the following arms: 1. COVAID-GS group secure : a fully accredited cognitive-behavioural treatment programme that aims to reduce the likelihood of alcohol-related aggression and violence 2. Measures will be taken pre- and post-intervention.
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Image caption: The Covaid app can help locate volunteers nearby at the state, neighborhood, and street level. By Katie Pearce. Across the country, a new brand of community movement has often started with an impromptu spreadsheet: neighbors signing up to to deliver groceries, walk dogs, and run various errands to help each other out during the coronavirus pandemic. But when the swell of volunteers rises, the forms can become unnavigable, cluttered with names and information. A new website, Covaid , aims to provide a simpler platform for these neighbor-to-neighbor aid programs. Two computer science majors and longtime friends, Debanik Purkayastha of Johns Hopkins and Jeffrey Li of Carnegie Mellon, developed the resource in late March to match vulnerable residents with neighbors willing and able to help. Junior Bonnie Jin had created the resource for students to help each other as they moved out—with rides to the airport, for example, or storage space.
Families across Greater Manchester will benefit from a cash boost to help them through the coronavirus crisis - thanks to a Manchester-based business. The generous donation will be used to support vulnerable residents across the city region, including those who have been impacted by the pandemic. The coronavirus outbreak has left many people across Greater Manchester struggling for access to food, basics and other support. Many of them are self-isolating, often in fragile health and alone. Public services have been working hard to find and help them, but we know they are over-stretched and working round the clock. So the Manchester Evening News and the Greater Manchester Mayor's Charity have launched Covaid - a fundraiser aimed at supporting those who most need help, from elderly people with no support network to homeless families living in hotels. You can donate by visiting our JustGiving page here.