Medical Mission Sisters in Hajipur, India have been busy in collaboration with many people at their community development project, Swabhiman Bhawan, with Covid-19 pandemic action and relief services. The lock down in India came as a shock for many of the people, especially the poor and migrants.
It is a sight to see the colors all over the place!” MMS in Ghana write in response to the growing popularity of “Veronica buckets.” Originally invented 30 years ago by a woman named Veronica Bekoe, the buckets provide a safe and affordable option for handwashing. To help reduce the spread of COVID-19, Veronica buckets are now appearing in large numbers at the entrance of shops and other facilities across Africa!
In the Philippines there is a growing concern for the well-being and safety of medical and health care workers in the frontline of this pandemic. Medical Mission Sisters in the Philippines have committed themselves to provide food for those on the front line in responding the medical needs of those with Covid-19 once a week. Every Saturday the sisters prepare and deliver healthy snacks of meals for the health staff at the Lung Center of the Philippines in Quezon City.