covid19 19 crashed the economy of a woman who cooks food.
When the news began to spread that a new disease had entered Europe, I gave myself hope that this is a disease of those countries, we Africans do not care. No precaution was taken until early March. The first patient was diagnosed in Tanzania, oooh my God, the shock came into the country and people got scared and street stories became more and more developed. Every time the news became covid19 today it has resulted in the deaths of certain number of people.
Schools were closed after a while and colleges were also closed, remember that this is where most of the women are engaged in informal employment, street food venders and many entrepreneurs. People got scared of not being present at the gatherings, this is where the women's economy collapsed as all the buyers decided to stay in their homes, the students were also not in colleges. The result is that society begins to live a new life that they are not used to
Wear bracelets while at assemblies, Washing hands regularly, Not touching the facial areas, Non-compliance. It was hard for community to copy with the situation.
Many women returned to a poverty-stricken environment where they were unable to make ends meet as no business continued.
The hope came that we should live in the age of covid19 as it exists throughout our lives the basic premise is to protect ourselves and protect ourselves without coercion. I am happy to say that the Tanzanian community received positively, feedback and changed their lifestyle, and now life is back to normal and schools are open and women have returned to their livelihood activities.
In that sense in our life there is no condition that will be permanent what is required is to accept and take action.