The World Health Organisation (WHO) and dozens more humanitarian partners created a storybook to help children understand and come to terms with Covid-19.
A platform to collect information and to provide digital tools which support solidarity and mutual assistance
Neighborhood networks help citizens to resist those members of society who use this crisis to discipline, exclude, and make profit.
A Facebook page provides a community with reliable information. The quality is ensured by a diverse team connecting health services, the police and the clergy.
An insurance company in France provides its members with exceptional assistance to help finance actions directly linked to the fight against Covid-19.
To reinforce the adherence to government policies by making them more normal and more obvious, the “Nudge theory” can be applied.
In response to the Covid-19 outbreak, the Greater Good Science Center provides science-backed practices, resources, and articles for more wellbeing, connection, and resilience.
To tackle the short supply of medical equipment, businesses are stepping in to help governments.
In Glasgow, the City Council and the city’s Health and Social Care Partnership called for people to help out in home care services and residential homes.