"From Here We Rise"  Project Releases Findings and Recommendations on Impact of Covid-19 Pandemic on Vulnerable Groups. The project is funded by the EU under the CERV programme.

"From Here We Rise" project aimed at exploring the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on vulnerable groups, has released its comprehensive findings and recommendations. The project, which undertook a gender-based research study, conducted debates and seminars, and actively countered disinformation, has culminated in significant outcomes that shed light on the challenges faced by vulnerable communities during these unprecedented times. Key outcomes of the project include: Research Report: A detailed research report has been compiled, analyzing the social and economic effects of the pandemic on vulnerable groups. This report offers valuable insights into the specific vulnerabilities faced by different genders and provides a comprehensive understanding of the multifaceted impact of the pandemic.
Booklet Countering Disinformation: As part of its efforts to combat misinformation, the project has produced a booklet aimed at countering disinformation surrounding the pandemic. This resource equips individuals with accurate information and critical thinking skills to navigate through the abundance of misinformation circulating in the media landscape.

Policy Recommendations: Drawing from the research findings and insights gained through debates and seminars, the project has formulated policy recommendations aimed at addressing the curtailment of fundamental rights among vulnerable groups. These recommendations provide actionable steps for policymakers and stakeholders to implement measures that safeguard the rights and well-being of vulnerable communities.
"From Here We Rise" project underscores the importance of understanding and addressing the unique challenges faced by vulnerable groups during times of crisis. By disseminating its
findings and recommendations, the project aims to catalyze meaningful action and support systems to mitigate the impact of the pandemic on these marginalized communities. For more information and to access the project's resources, please visit

Hedwig Bvumburah