Palliative Distribution to Vulnerable Communities

NWANKWO Emeka Johnson
Posted April 25, 2020 from Nigeria
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In this period of COVID19 and Lockdown,  hunger has been a major problem, as the publicity officer of Progressives Solidarity Forum. on Thursday 23/04/2020 We were able to distribute palliatives to vulnerable communities known as  Rumuomasi and Rumuolukwu community. Most of the beneficiaries were women and some are widows.

before the sharing, participants were sensitized on prevention, spread of coronavirus and methods of hand washing, that was one of the reasons liquid soap was part of the palliatives given to them. I felt the joy on their faces when they was given,   This is my own way of reducing hunger (SDG2) during this Lockdown. 

I sincerely appreciate health workers and individuals globally who have devoted their time, skills and resources to ensure this deadly disease is defeated.

Rendering service to humanity as been my core value as I continue to impact lives positively.

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Chi8629
Apr 25
Apr 25

Hello Emmy ,
Thank you for sharing dear brother,. Please stay safe and happy . Thank you.

NWANKWO Emeka Johnson

Hi Chioma
You are welcome
I appreciate
#StaySafe too

Anita Shrestha
Apr 25
Apr 25

Dear Sister
Thank you for sharing. Be stay. Be strong mentally.

NWANKWO Emeka Johnson

Hi Anita
thanks
I appreciate

Jill Langhus
Apr 25
Apr 25

Hi Emeka,

How are you and your family doing? Thanks for your update and all your efforts! I'm sure it's appreciated!

I hope you're having a good, safe weekend!

NWANKWO Emeka Johnson

Hello Jill,
Thanks for your concern
yes I am fine
hope you are doing great
God bless our efforts always
#StaySafe too

Jill Langhus
Apr 27
Apr 27

You're welcome. Good to hear!

Yes, I'm doing very well, thanks!

Sinyuy Geraldine
Apr 26
Apr 26

Hi Emmy, thanks for sharing this story of kindness and love. I am happy that you touched lives in the way you have done during these trying times. May God bless you.

NWANKWO Emeka Johnson

I appreciate
thanks

Thelma obani 2020
Apr 29
Apr 29

Stay safe and strong always.

NWANKWO Emeka Johnson

Yes I will and you too
Thanks

Tamarack Verrall
May 03
May 03

Hi Emeka,
It is heartbreaking to read the ways that women in particular, and widows have been pushed aside in living sustainable lives. What an important service you and Progressives Solidarity Forum are doing. It is the job of governments to care for their citizens. While we are working toward a just world, it is people like you who show the way.

Adanna
May 18
May 18

Nice one Emeka!

Well done.