Last week I was working with my aunt on a social project for an NGO. The idea was to create a social movement with strength enough to make people understand that exclusion around coronavirus' deaths is a legal topic and we cannot leave the dead people behind or throw them away as if they are disposable garbage.
Needless to say, we have been encountering people in my country of residence (Honduras) who will not doubt a minute to discriminate family members of someone who has been a coronavirus victim.
We are lacking a social service who stands on education on coronavirus as a priority in these tough times we are living.
If anybody knows any way I could get help on ideas to my social movement, I would be very grateful.
HIFA profile: Oscar Castro is a medical student living in Honduras. oscarcastro211 AT gmail.com