The past months have been mind-boggling that none of us could imagine what will happen next. From having to deal with the anxiety of a disease thats spreading around the world, to learning how to work remotely and live without social interaction, as well as the uncertainty of the economy.
With the effect of the pandemic further crippling already fragile systems, the challenge to develop the future remains a daunting task.
To create sustainable and practical solutions to the problems of Youth Development and Education, the LBF team continues to identify groups and organizations that can support priorities around the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), develop campaign strategies, and mobilize support across this areas.
With her all-star team, they oversee campaigns and ensures that commitments made through the platform are delivered and have a real impact on the intended recipients.
On the flip side of this narrative, the UN says global school closures have kept over 90% of students worldwide 1.57 billion pupils out of access to education, and among them, 370 million children are missing out of school meals that they depend on.
For those without access to the internet and computers at home, remote learning is not an option, meaning almost no education for the duration of this crisis.
While progress might seem daunting, all hope is not lost. LiveBridge Foundation and her team are making a collective response to the pandemic, which can serve as a warm-up for their preparedness in revamping the progress they had previously made.
Life, as we know it, has changed, and you may find yourself trying to figure out what the next steps are for you, and how best to handle this situation. To be continued…