Work continues in the project to promote social development in fishing communities. Project staff and locally recruited activists are working to mobilize communities about COVID-19 and to pass on key messages about hand hygiene and social distancing. Simultaneously, staff are working with participants to strengthen their resilience. Introducing horticulture is one way of improving food security and perhaps even producing a surplus for sale. See images from Luanda and Cuanza-Norte below.
Locally recruited and trained health activists in Luanda meeting to prepare COVID-19 prevention activities
Planning Sessions also focused on how to continue project activities
The project helped families create their own Tippy Tap handwashing systems
In Cuanza-Norte, the project's health activists have been mobilizing communities about Covid-19 and helping distribute water to families in Cazanga
In Luanda, project participants are preparing ground to start horticulture, to improve their diets and create surplus for sale
Young Fisherman Gathering Sheaves Of Grass For The Roof Of The Jango At The Landing Jetty