The coronavirus not only threatens our physical health, many of us need support to boost their mental, physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing.
Free grocery delivery for medical workers
During the crisis, the supermarket chain Monoprix supports medical workers by offering free grocery delivery.
Suggestions on how to spend time with children during lockdown
The Italian project Villa Fernandes shares suggestions on meaningful activities for children during lockdown.
Isolation rooms for homeless people
To support homeless people the City of Ostrów Wielkopolski organized special isolation rooms for homeless people, which are fully furnished and equipped with bathrooms and care agents.
Daily sports lessons for elementary school children
In partnership with the Austrian Ministry of Education, SPORTUNION launched an online sports programme via Zoom and Facebook.
Converting factories to produce hand-sanitizers
Addressing the global shortage of disinfectants, companies are switching their production lines to hand-sanitizers.
Game against Covid-19
Unus Terra, a serious game against Covid-19 stimulates behavioral changes in the real world by leveraging persuasive design principles.
Cities are rapidly expanding their cycle networks
Instead of only temporarily opening more bicycle lanes during the Covid-19 crisis, some big cities are rethinking traffic and public transport.
Using AI to detect temperatures of people in high-density urban areas
Recent technological advances can be used to to liberate health professionals from risky tasks.
Animal solidarity initiative
An online platform makes sure that animals are cared for during the coronavirus pandemic.
3D printing valves for reanimation devices
When parts for reanimation devices can not be delivered through the usual production chains, 3D printing can be an alternative.
Home delivered meals for the elderly
A Turkish municipality delivers cooked meals to the elderly twice a day.
Hotel rooms for victims of domestic abuse
With domestic abuse cases surging during Covid-19 lockdowns, hotel rooms and easily accessible counselling is offered to victims.