Our little way to show love to the vulnerable

Nkengbeza
Posted April 1, 2020 from Cameroon

In this very moment of despair, all we can do is assist our communities prevent the rapid spread of COVID-19. Coming from an African country whose resource are no way near adequate to combat this deadly virus. We just need to stay positive and support each other in this very moment. Cameroon has today registered 203 cases of COVID-19 and 6 death.

But it rather difficult to comprehend when we should focus on protecting ourselves from contacting the virus and the further spread of it.. Some say it brought home by the diaspora..

We keep fighting in our own little way.

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

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Jill Langhus
Apr 01
Apr 01

Hello Justine,

Thanks for sharing your inspiring photo and update. I hope you all stay safe and well, dear.

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Nkengbeza
Apr 01
Apr 01

Thank you Jill!

Best wishes!

Jill Langhus
Apr 01
Apr 01

You're welcome, dear.

Tarke Edith
Apr 01
Apr 01

Hello sister
Thanks for talking up the challenge to help your community during the moment of convic 19 .
Well dear let's keep praying.

Nkengbeza
Apr 01
Apr 01

Thank you Edith!

Hope you are keeping safe!

Best wishes,
Justine

Thelma obani 2020
Apr 02
Apr 02

We keep fighting in our little way..powerful words..thanks and stay safe ❤❤❤❤

Nkengbeza
Apr 02
Apr 02

Many thanks Thelma!

Best wishes and stay healthy!

Shirin Dalaki
Apr 02
Apr 02

Hello Dear,
It is so important to show love to the vulnerable. Thank you for sharing.
With love and gratitude

Shirin

Nkengbeza
Apr 03
Apr 03

Hello Shirin,

Thank you so much. I appreciate!

Best wishes,
Justine

Hello, Justine,

You are a real she-ro! Thanks for doing your share to prevent the virus from affecting your community. You rock, dear! Please stay safe always. Japan released a study that coronavirus is airborne.

Nkengbeza
Apr 03
Apr 03

Dear Karen,

Thank you so much!
We are taking safety measure to ensure that everybody including the volunteers are safe!
Thanks again.

Best wishes
Justine

Metiege Noel Eve
Apr 04
Apr 04

Congratulations sister your little efforts count a lot to save lives especially in a country like ours with limited medical facilities

Nkengbeza
Apr 05
Apr 05

Thank you sister!

Best wishes and stay healthy
Justine