From Ecuador to Rwanda, hundreds of AVSI staff are engaged in accompanying people deeply affected by the economic crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
But who are they? What do they fear? How does it feel to put a mask on and start a new work day on the field during a crisis?
BEHIND THE MASK
Meet the protagonists of AVSI projects on the frontline fighting against COVID-19
IRAQ / Jolar Jarjess is the primary veterinarian of the project funded by the U.S State Department’s Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (PRM) to assist farmers to relaunch their activities in the Nineveh plains after the Islamic State invasion >
We started a journey together, I could not leave the Congolese families in the Kamwenge refugee camp when they need me the most
Jackson Ninkusima, AVSI Community based trainer working with Graduating to Resilience Activity funded by USAID