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The Trust is calling on philanthropic foundations, development agencies, corporate organisations and generous individuals to heed to the call of the vulnerable and the organisations that serve them.

With your generous giving, you will play a crucial role in ensuring that people living in poverty get the relief they need through policy making, knowledge gathering and systematic engagement that gives them access to real solutions.

Your solidarity in this time of extreme need will restore the dignity and voices of those who at the greatest risk of the coronavirus.

The world has never faced a pandemic with the potential to reach us all at the same time. While case counts vary, it's clear that the coronavirus is rolling out in every country and territory.

The Trust is calling on philanthropic foundations, development agencies, corporate organisations and generous individuals to heed to the call of the vulnerable and the organisations that serve them.

With your generous giving, you will play a crucial role in ensuring that people living in poverty get the relief they need through policy making, knowledge gathering and systematic engagement that gives them access to real solutions.

Your solidarity in this time of extreme need will restore the dignity and voices of those who at the greatest risk of the coronavirus.

While governments in the SADC region have provided for financial relief, these responses are sorely lacking in how they accommodate the needs of vulnerable communities and the Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) that provide them with crucial support and representation.

Vulnerable communities urgently need fact-based guidelines, practical solutions, as well as linguistically and culturally contextualised information in order to ensure prevention, detection and protection from the coronavirus.

We have begun engaging with CSOs and social movements across the SADC region to support their immediate needs, while simultaneously mobilising their voices to influence the response strategies that various governments are putting in place. Our efforts are focused on making an impact on the following groups of people: women in rural areas, ex-miners, informal and cross border traders, domestic workers, small scale farmers, migrant workers and refugees.

It is through CSOs across the region that the voices of the vulnerable can be heard and their needs addressed. Without CSOs, communities would live without support and representation to address their needs.

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