This session is organized and led by the Primate’s World Development and Relief Fund
For the past two years, PWRDF, together with its partners in Burundi, Mozambique, Rwanda, and Tanzania, and with support from Global Affairs Canada (GAC), has carried out two one-year projects that have responded to the COVID-19 global pandemic. Designed to maintain the gains achieved through the four-year GAC-funded, ‘All Mothers and Children Count’ (AMCC) program, these projects have supported vital COVID-19-related work. In this panel
PWRDF’s Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator, Bart Dickinson, together with partners from Village Health Works, Burundi; the Diocese of Masasi, Tanzania; and EHALE, Mozambique, will explore the impacts of COVID-19 through the data they have gathered and through real-life experiences on the ground. They will discuss how this has both made possible new work, and challenged existing ways of working. And they will explore how COVID has changed the ways it has impacted how we live out our partnerships.