Many citizenries of the globe are wondering how COVID-19 has brought the world at standstill..
It has made people to deflate, others to become egotistical while other have even enhanced tribulation.
You have surely many phases,
I get answers?
Hospitals are full, eating habits at many homes have changed.
You have ensured now digital devices are taking over.
Mr. COVID-19 you have surely transformed individuals, society and globe at large.
Gender based violence has risen more than five times.
Where do you want women and girls to hide?
Discrimination of persons with disabilities which used to be there has also tripled.
Many studies suggest that negative influence you have established!
As the world moves towards the next phase of the COVID-19 pandemic response, equitable access to vaccines and treatments will be vital to saving the lives of the most vulnerable people. Those living in humanitarian emergencies or in settings that are not under the control of national governments are at risk of being left behind and must be part of COVID-19 vaccination efforts. Including all individuals, regardless of legal status, in national allocation plans is critical, particularly in settings characterized by armed conflict, violence and natural disasters, all of which exacerbate the challenges of vaccination activities on the ground. Leaving these people behind would undermine humanitarian principles and compromise efforts to end the pandemic.
Experience shows that even for routine vaccinations, and despite governments’ best efforts, some people inevitably fall through the cracks. Therefore, in support of national government obligations, the disability sausage YouTube channel will dig deep to elaborate what needs to be done,
This is especially ensuring inclusive planning is achieved.
The views expressed here are for the author and do not represent any agency or organization.
Mugambi Paul is a public policy, diversity, inclusion and sustainability expert.
Australian Chief Minister Award winner
“excellence of making inclusion happen”