We are living in exceptional circumstances where the deadly Covid-19 virus has infected 6.6 million people across the world. As the virus spread across the globe, we brace ourselves for an uncertain future. Developed countries have been brought to a standstill and the healthcare systems that already struggled are on the brink of collapse.
The crisis that we face today is unlike what we have experienced in recent history, it is not only impacting our health and mental well-being but is also effecting the world’s economy at a worrying pace, thereby, sending many countries into instability. Disruption of the food supply chain and unemployment has left many people vulnerable, facing food shortage and homelessness.