Part 4 of our series “Not all Viruses are Equal” reflecting on the impact which COVID-19 could have on communities which are already suffering under the impact of long term structural inequality and the legacy of spatial apartheid. As well as reflecting on the role which the church could play, both during the present crisis, as well in the longer term crisis of the prevailing legacy of structural inequality around issues such as housing, sanitation and spatial apartheid.
In this episode David and John are joined by Danielle Moosajie, director of Arise, an NGO involved in family strengthening and adoption support. We discuss the effects of lockdown on families in our most vulnerable communities as it relates to emotional health, existing trauma, family violence and abuse, educational challenges and food security.
Click here to make a donation to the vital work which Arise does in strengthening families in some of our most vulnerable and unequal communities in Cape Town.
Audio produced by Exilic Music