The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a dramatic loss of human life worldwide and presents an unprecedented challenge to public health, food systems and the world of work.
Solidarity Hull CIC exploring the worlds we used to describe COVID-19 , asking people how they feel about this pandemic. During this time, many people respond including children to feel low, worried, anxiety, angry, financial worries, poverty lack of food, job security and fear associated with returning to the outside world. The fears for their own physical health and wellbeing, including those with health problems from Black, Asian and minority ethnic groups. These are all common reactions to the difficult situation we face in our community due to Covid-19. Everyone reacts differently to events and changes in the way that we think, feel and behave.
Food poverty increasing about the impact of rising poverty on wellbeing of children and families. Many families reported that are on low income and struggling to put food on table because of pandemic. Many families surveyed continue to struggle financially.
We must rethink the future of our environment. Only then can we protect the health, livelihoods, food Justice and nutrition of all people, and ensure that our new normal is a better one.
Solidarity Hull is committed to reducing the spread of COVID19 by following the government guidelines and recommendations, risk assessing all our planned activities.