conflicts, hunger, new changes

JULITON
Posted May 16, 2020 from Uganda
we are experiencing hard time with you covid-19
Believe in me, iseewhats going on, I have women group of more than 80 members of different backgrounds isee what they are facing,

Hello members ,for this unexpected out come of covid-19 came with different kinds of effects where lockdown has ccome withwith carfew,quarlatine,that are fully effective to our dear mothers mostly,where there ones building out families, fore stance ababy can ask food to amather before adad, like in my area hunger pandemic is also seen, 

Covid-19, has increased domestic violence here in Uganda in whichpeople where used to work daily but now they are at home fulltime, home breakages now almost 70%is seen, 

More business are seen not to turn up due to capital loss due to covid -19, 

Positive impact, new laboratory and healthy improvements yet confirmed, 

#Rise more world pulse# unexpected covid -19 is making my group mates cry,

This story was submitted in response to Dispatches from the COVID-19 Pandemic.

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Jill Langhus
May 16
May 16

Hi Juliton,

How have you and your family been doing lately? Thanks for sharing your sad update. I hope you're safe and well.

JULITON
May 19
May 19

Iam there madam Jill iam not OK with conditions, but conditions are worsening, pray for us ,

Jill Langhus
May 20
May 20

I see:-( Sorry to hear that. Will do!

kawuki uganda
May 16
May 16

Lets try to senstise the masses and encouraging the uneployed population through media

JULITON
May 19
May 19

Yes my bro, may be for you ur some how?

Mahima Rathore
May 16
May 16

Hello juliton
How are you
The increased violence is not just a result of the frustration due to physical confinement. The pandemic has brought in its wake a global slowdown, massive economic dislocation, closed businesses, the spectre of looming unemployment, often accompanied by the threat of hunger and poverty for what seems to be an indefinite future. While both men and women are affected by the economic downturn, there is evidence from the past that violence against women increases during episodes of high unemployment.

JULITON
May 19
May 19

OK, let's struggle and we end up unemployment, thus violences,
But even this lockdown contributed too

Chi8629
May 17
May 17

Thank you for sharing.

JULITON
May 19
May 19

Thanks madam , I love u

Catherine De Freitas

The impact of the virus is very disheartening. However,your drive, compassion and contributions to so many is admirable. Continue making a difference as you are needed. Do not stop. Be blessed.

JULITON
May 19
May 19

Cathy, its not easy even us we are giving up, we are in shortage of funds to help our dear ones, thanks

Catherine De Freitas

J, yes, I understand that. When everything else seems to be falling apart, we have to increase our faith. A door must open. Keep pressing brother.

JULITON
May 25
May 25

HI Cathy, its true

Mahima Rathore
Jun 09
Jun 09

Hello jill don't give up. I can understand what problems you are facing... same problems i am having in my community .people are suffering with hunger and unemployment. We have many ideas in our mind but due to lack of sources unable to do any thing.
Markets and business are on downfall nobody is giving work to our women.
But we can setup small business with low investments of daily essentials.

JULITON
Jun 13
Jun 13

God hear us