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CAMPAIGN OF SUPPORT AGAINST COVID-19 IN LOWER AMAZON

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With the rapid proliferation of the COVID-19 pandemic, the northern region of Brazil is a cause for concern due to logistical difficulties, extreme lack of infrastructure, and vulnerability of the population – especially indigenous peoples and riverside communities.

Given this, the Health and Happiness prepared itself and at the start of the year began to direct its work to fighting against the virus. Needs were determined with health agencies and community organizations, resources were relocated and new partners were mobilized.

And with this, the #ComSaudeeAlegriaSemCorona Campaign was created.

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DATA UPDATED ON 11/19

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The issues starts when the Public System can no longer support the numbers based on the available structure, either due to the lack of equipment, beds and ICUs, or the lack of materials and professionals, who may be contaminated if there is insufficient PPE. This exacerbates case and/or more lives are lost not only due to the virus, but due to the lack of adequate care. This is why efforts to strengthen the care network in the Lower Amazon are needed.
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SURGICAL MASKS
DELIVERED

Goal 70,000

Beneficiaries:
SEMSAs
Health professionals in
Santarém and Belterra

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FACE SHIELD MASKS
DELIVERED

Goal 5,000

Beneficiaries:
SEMSAs  |  Health professionals and public
agents (police, etc.) from 10 municipalities
in the Lower Amazon

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RESPIRATORY UNITS
DELIVERED

to Lower Amazon + 251 to Belém +
40 Oreotracheal Intubation Boxes

Goal 60

Beneficiaries:
SESPA | Lower Amazon Hospitals

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COVID-19 TESTS
DELIVERED

+ 12 thousand people tested
in pool

Goal 2,000

Beneficiaries:
SESPA | Focus on testing with attention

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0 KITS

MEDICINE KITS AND HEALTH
SUPPLIES DELIVERED

Beneficiaries:
SEMSA – Santarém
Riverside Health Centers and Posts

Measures focus on traditional peoples (indigenous, extractivists, etc.) from rural communities in the municipalities of Santarém, Belterra, Aveiro and Itaituba, with attention to families in the most vulnerable areas of the Arapiuns, Maró and Tapajós basins, including also the Munduruku villages.  In addition to joint efforts with service networks (Centers, Stations and hospital boats) and educational campaigns aimed at this audience, it provides for on-site distribution of hygiene/protection kits and food, to avoid travel to cities and towns and lowering risks of new contamination.

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FAMILY KITS FOR HYGIENE AND PROTECTION DELIVERED

Goal 900

Beneficiaries:
Families from the Arapiuns region,
Maró, Baixo Tapajós and surroundings

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FAMILY FOOD AID KITS DELIVERED

+1250 food voucher cards

Goal 900

Beneficiaries:
Families from the Arapiuns region,
Maró, Baixo Tapajós and surroundings

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SUPPORT KITS FOR
MUNDURUKUS DELIVERED

+ 290 basic food basket

Goal 1,200

Beneficiaries:
312 families from Munduruku +
Entono villages (PAE Monatanha-Mongabal)

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MONTHS OF EDUCATIONAL CAMPAIGNS COMPLETED

Information + Prevention

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Beneficiaries:
Communities in the Lower
Amazon Region

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SERVICES ROUNDS
ABARÉ BOAT COMPLETED

Beneficiaries:
SEMSA, UFOPA and riverside communities
of the Tapajós and Arapiuns basins

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EDUCATIONAL POSTERS AND POSTERS

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DIRECTLY IMPACTED PEOPLE

R$ 0

Partnerships

In addition to partnering with public entities, the work is also carried out together with community movements and organizations such as the Union of Rural Workers (STTR), the Tapajós Arapiuns Indigenous Council (CITA), the Pariri Indigenous Association of the Munduruku People (Middle Tapajós), the Mother’s Club and the Alter do Chão Community Council; NGOs such as Expedicionários da Saúde Motirõ Saúde, Arapyau, Solidários da Saúde,, Instituto Clima e Sociedade and Jequitibá; cooperation with the Gama Project and the 3D Tapajós Movement; and donation of goods from companies including Natura, Droga Raia, L’Oréal, Takeda, Kiddo, ZCO2, Agropalma, Estaleiro Okean, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, among others.

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In the media

Bom Dia Tapajós | 24.07.20 | 500 ‘face shield’ são doadas para feirantes e vendedores de pescado em Santarém
G1 Santarém e Região | 23.07.20 | Abaré retoma expedição nesta quinta-feira, 23, com equipe que testou negativo para Covid-19
Jornal Tapajós | 21.07.20 | Duas pessoas testam positivo para covid-19 e expedição do Abaré é suspensa

G1 Santarém e Região | 20.07.20 | ‘Bloco dos heróis’ colabora em ações que doam kits de alimentação e higiene no Baixo Amazonas

Vogue | 19.07.20 | Projeto Saúde e Alegria distribuindo kits de higiene, levando assistência médica e entregando suprimentos aos mais vulneráveis

Jornal Tapajós | 16.07.20 | Navio hospital Abaré atenderá a comunidades de Santarém, Belterra e Aveiro

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