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Newsletter July 2020

Newsletter July 2020
  Newsletter July 2020  

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With the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, we naturally kept a close eye on our beneficiaries and quickly noticed that the necessary measures to contain the virus had huge effects on their lives. In many cases, the most basic daily needs couldn't be met anymore. St. Martin CSA has, therefore, launched an Emergency Relief Programme (ERP).   

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Stawisha Jamii - Emergency Response Programme

stvishastamii erpThe COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted many lives - and the vulnerable groups in our communities are hit particularly. When shops have to close and travel activities are reduced many small jobs and casual labour are not available anymore. Without this small source of income, many families don't know how to get food. Therefore, St. Martin CSA in collaboration with the Laikipia County Government, L'Arche Kenya and Talitha Kum has initiated an Emergency Response Project to alleviate the needs of the most vulnerable families.

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Struggling with the pandemic

erpThe restrictions imposed to contain the coronavirus have disrupted many lives. Especially people who are vulnerable and already facing many problems found themselves in peril very quickly. For example, Janet and her mother, who were evicted from their house, or Daniel, who at the age of 18 had to take charge of his family, or Margaret and her 13 grandchildren. The Stawisha Jamii - Emergency Response Project (ERP) of St. Martin CSA reaches out to help these people.

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Working in a pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic affects also the work of St. Martin CSA. With the lockdown and social distancing, many of our usual activities had to be halted or re-organised. And at the same time, new needs appear in the communities that need to be addressed. Simon Maina, coordinator of the Community Programme for Children in Need, explains how his team is dealing with the situation.

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Tuko pamoja - Siamo insieme

with gratitude to our partners

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Children are safer at home

deinstitutionalisationThe Community Programme for Children in Need has released a new animation that explains why children are safer at home than in an institution (children's home). With gratitude to our partner Kindernothilfe E.V.

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