Our family of local and international staff and partners (such as local
CSOs) in 90 countries are communicating and sharing intensively to stabilise and adapt rapidly to the current COVID-19 pandemic.
We remain operational and committed to assist in all the 90 countries in a safe manner:

  • our technical specialists in health, education, economic development, gender, hunger and food systems are fully engaged;
  • our investment from previous years in remote working tools is fully deployed;
  • we are reinforcing our already strong relationships with community based partners.

PRIORITY action is needed now on health and hygiene, hunger, nutrition and food systems, livelihoods and education in emergencies to mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic.

Read more on the joint capacity and priorities of our organisation and our staff to respond to the current emergency here.