let's be prepared too

JULITON
Posted May 30, 2020 from Uganda
malnutrition in covid-19
Mother's your our health Let's love our children for better of tomorrow

Iam muramuzi Julius here in Uganda who  always asks him self about what's next after this pandemic, 

 My dear members if you make a touch into the coming situation you see a lot of changes in which many are so effective to our lives,dear ones in which some are unavoidable ,but ibeg since this is a union some can be shared right here and we fore see solutions to the problems, 

 Forcurrent we all cry one thing "pandemic " but in which the lower class that had been poorer suffers much ,for example in Uganda instead of dying of covid-19 people bare seriously dying of domestic violence in which every day 10rising cases of murder are reported that has made people to feel no to the coming situation, 

 Women in families who were looking after families financially now they are putting down their tools, no capital sofar to make them turn up after the crisis

Fights ,home drop outs everyday 6cases are reported which is making me fear of the young ones being left home without food, malnutrition in children is total case it can make a child to become lam in any way and useless to the future, my dear ones  children are the nations of tomorrow, 

"Let's rise up for tomorrow's next step"

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Jill Langhus
May 30
May 30

Hi Julius,

How are you doing? It's sad what's going on, but I don't think that you're useless. You're caring, you're spreading awareness on many challenging problems, and you're helping others. Please try to stay positive and acknowledge what you are doing. I'm sure you'll be able to do more in the future.

JULITON
May 30
May 30

Godknows

Jill Langhus
Jun 01
Jun 01

:-)

JULITON
Jun 02
Jun 02

Nice photo,

Jill Langhus
Jun 03
Jun 03

Thanks!

JULITON
Jun 07
Jun 07

Ihave internet problem my dia, my internet got a problem, iam now on and off

Jill Langhus
Jun 08
Jun 08

I see. Hope it improves.

JULITON
Jun 13
Jun 13

How are doing, hoping your still safe,,

Jill Langhus
Jun 15
Jun 15

I'm doing well, thanks. How are you?

Julie Desai
Jun 02
Jun 02

Always stay positive! May god always be with you

JULITON
Jun 07
Jun 07

Amen#

Chi8629
Jun 07
Jun 07

Thank you for sharing.

Hello, Juliton,

This pandemic truly hits all of us hard; harder than we can imagine. It's hard to answer the question you are raising. In our country, more than 7 million people lost their jobs, and thousands of businesses are bankrupt. May we all find solutions to the demands of today. Please stay strong, brother. You got this!

JULITON
Jun 13
Jun 13

Karen
thanks for understanding

JULITON
Jun 13
Jun 13

Your point is clear to