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African Resilience in the Wake of a Pandemic

Mastercard Foundation partnered with Bobby Pall Photography to initiate a photography and videography campaign themed 'African Resilience in the Wake of a Pandemic'. Young Africans took charge of their creative space and documented stories of resilience within their communities during the pandemic. Learn more at COVIDHQAFRICA

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Embracing the new ways of going about our day to day caused by COVID-19 such [as] wearing masks, working from home and observing social distance. Mastercard Foundation partnered with Bobby Pall Photography to initiate a photography and videography campaign themed ‘African Resilience in the Wake of a Pandemic’. Young Africans took charge of their creative space and documented stories of resilience within their communities during the pandemic.

"Precaution" She has for years been fighting some underline rare diseases. For these reasons, she had to cover herself and wear a face mask at all time.

A new digital platform, COVIDHQ Africa, provides young African writers, thought leaders, artists, and activists perspectives on issues related to the global pandemic - where they will be able to speak openly and honestly about the struggles they are facing, as well as the ways in which they are learning to innovate and practice resilience. Driven by the Mastercard Foundation in partnership with Zain Verjee Group, COVIDHQ Africa is a platform through which Africans are documenting and sharing their experiences with COVID-19, vaccination roll outs, and the knock-on effects of lockdowns and restrictions.

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