- 1To educate communities on the effects and impact of COVID-19.
- 2To innovate new effective ways of living with COVID-19 where institutions run smoothly.
- 3To reduce the impact, spread, and fatality of COVID-19.
The COVID-19 Support Project aims to respond to the growing public health and economic crisis caused by coronavirus. Sethule Trust continues to meet the needs of people who rely on us. Sethule Orphans’ Trust is filling the gaps in the health delivery system through Community Based Projects including health education, health promotion, and community development. The Ministry of Health is the lead for the implementation of all plans that are intended to combat Covid-19 and we’re working alongside The Ministry to help with the flow of information, equip, and empower communities with the required knowledge on Covid-19.
Coronavirus has also had a devastating impact on food security and livelihoods. At Sethule we felt the need to respond to the crisis and stay connected to the communities we work with. In the ‘new norm’ of the Covid-19 pandemic, our programs have rapidly responded to the different and additional needs. We’re doing this by providing food to the most vulnerable and in need as well as giving hand sanitiser and face masks to schools. At Sethule Trust we live in the same world as the communities we work with, and face the same challenges associated with the coronavirus pandemic. This gives us a unique ability to help the authorities reach the most vulnerable population, as we seek to support the vulnerable and marginalized members of our society in these uncertain times.