Missing even one day of work can lead to extreme coping strategies like skipping meals, cutting down on medical care, or selling assets.
COVID-19 is a wake-up call for the world to build a new and more effective mechanism for food security for poor and disadvantaged people so that it is equipped enough to address the challenges of the twenty-first century. This pandemic teaches us many thing as well as it is still suffering us a lot, especially for the people who lives in congested areas in the world. Silent Hands Support team is in the crisis area from the beginning of the lock-down with our projects to support communities. To meet the emergency situation and reduce the impact, SHS donated food and grocery items to individual as well as supported many families. We only try to ensure food for the people in real need. There are uncountable families who earns daily to meet their food need.