There are a number of events taking place to support those adversely affected by the COVID19 pandemic in Fiji and PNG...
HOPE worldwide Global Response: to see what HOPE worldwide is doing around the world to support those adversely affect by the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit hopeww.org/coronavirus.
Dear Friends of HOPE worldwide,
As you are all aware, the situation with the novel Corona Virus (COVID 19) is rapidly changing. China is seeing a reduction in new infections while other areas are growing in the number of cases of the virus. There are many guidance documents and web pages being published every day. The following advice and links may be helpful to you as we ride out this storm!
Don’t: OVER or UNDER react. Do: BE AWARE and ACT by staying informed through reliable information that is regularly updated:
Adopt The Following General Guidelines:
Follow healthy and hygienic daily practices.
If you have concerns or questions about a HOPE worldwide event or activity, please do not hesitate to contact the local HOPE worldwide Rep or email me: Mark.firstname.lastname@example.org
Country Director, HOPE worldwide (Australia)
Brothers and Sisters,
We ask you to join us in prayer for those affected by the recent outbreak of the coronavirus and the healthcare professionals who are treating affected people. As of January 29, 2020, the World Health Organization has confirmed 6,065 cases of the infection and an additional 9,239 cases are suspected. One hundred thirty-two people have died from the virus and cases are confirmed in 15 countries.
While the virus is very serious, church members and the HOPE worldwide global network should not be overly concerned. Thankfully, there have only been five cases confirmed in the US, and all those infected had traveled to Wuhan, China. The risk to the US is still low. Nevertheless, we should take simple and common precautions to help prevent the spread of any disease.
Bushfire Crisis - January 2020 Update
Hopefully the worst is over, but fire season in Australia is not over yet, so the need of the hour is more rain! The other need is to support the communities affected as well as engage in fundraising. Below is an update from our supporting Churches of Christ where members and their families have been actively involved.
Three of our awesome HOPEww Australia representatives and volunteers Robyn, Louise and Ricaredo were in PNG November 2019! On Thursday they visited the 9 Mile & Lawes Road Health Clinics and had a very productive time with the administrators and nurses.
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