Thankfully, PHASE also reported that all their staff are safe and coping as well as can be expected at this time.
In contrast with most other NGOs working in highly rural areas, PHASE medical and program staff actually live in the remote communities where they work. Living and working alongside community members and leaders allows them to develop strong, trusted connections and a deep understanding of local needs. This means that, especially in times of crisis, community members turn to PHASE frontline staff for answers, leadership, and support. More than ever, GoPhil and PHASE appreciate and ask for your support, trust, and solidarity.
In response to this global crisis, we have launched a Rapid Response Fund to respond to GoPhil partners’ and their communities’ most urgent needs.