Updated: Nov 26, 2020
The global COVID-19 pandemic has affected the livelihoods of many across the world. The stringent measures governments have put up to combat the global pandemic by restricting movement and individual citizens’ precautionary measures to combat and reduce infections has affected the jobs of more than 2 million women who offer freelance laundry and home cleaning services, popularly referred to as Mama Fua in Kenya, resulting to most of them not getting their daily gig jobs.
Mamasafi together with Center for Livelihood Advancement (CFLA) and her partners came together with the #BasketOfHope campaign to share hope and love with the needy of the neediest of Mama Fuas.
Pictured: Mamasafi officials together with Mama fuas during one of the #BasketOfHope distributions
Mamasafi successfully provided basic foodstuff and protective gears to 564 Mama fua families in the months of June, July and August of 2020.
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