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- training and setup of volunteer-led service networks for general assistance (i.e. disbursing food, medicine, etc.)
- medical advice and mental health support for vulnerable groups
- protection of women and girls
- use of sport to promote physical and mental health
- support communities and vulnerable groups ease back into their daily lives in a post-crisis context
During the COVID-19 pandemic, community members are disproportionately affected by the virus and by the measures to contain it, including seniors, people with disabilities, people experiencing homelessness, women and girls, victims of domestic violence, sexual minorities, religion and/or ethnic minorities, and other people experiencing social or economic exclusion or inadequate access to basic services. In response to the coronavirus outbreak, UNESCO is supporting the youth-led and community-oriented projects that use sport to promote human rights-based and inclusive COVID-19 response and socio-economic recovery.
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Organizations from the following countries are eligible to participate in this call: Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Timor-Leste. While the call is targeting the members of Youth and Sport Task Force who have already demonstrated their capacities for using sport for positive social outcomes, UNESCO will accept and consider submissions from any non-profit youth/sport organization registered in these countries.
For more information, visit https://en.unesco.org/news/call-proposal-coronavirus-response-support-non-profit-youth-sports-based-initiatives
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