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Join Smile Africa ART & CRAFT TALENT SEARCH-ACTS forum to easily make money with your talent. Its as simple as ABC. You simply register by listing your details, joining the forum and posting your art works. You directly make sales with your clients or have us sell your artworks on your behalf. For agreeing to be be part of Smile Africa group, you are entitled to a monthly loyalty share for free whether you made a sale or not.

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The little support we can offer with the ravaging effects of COVID-19 on our creative individuals that we rely on.

Smile Africa is inviting individuals with the passion in art,craft music,photography and videography to be granted a sum of up to Ksh. 250,000/- per applicant. This comes as a fact to the loss of supply that we have witnessed for the past 2 months. We believe that this grant will help new entrants into the market and also boost the existing suppliers of art and craft products. Nevertheless, this grant is for any one willing to get a personal relief as long you provide a genuine and convincing reason as to why you deserve it. All are welcome.

The effects of COVID-19 can be felt all over the world. According to UNDP,

The UN’s Framework for the Immediate Socio-Economic Response to the COVID 19 Crisis warns that “The COVID-19 pandemic is far more than a health crisis: it is affecting societies and econ­omies at their core. While the impact of the pandemic will vary from country to country, it will most likely increase poverty and inequalities at a global scale, making achievement of SDGs even more urgent.

Assessing the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on societies, economies and vulnerable groups is fundamental to inform and tailor the responses of governments and partners to recover from the crisis and ensure that no one is left behind in this effort.

Without urgent socio-eco­nomic responses, global suffering will escalate, jeopardizing lives and livelihoods for years to come. Immediate development responses in this crisis must be undertaken with an eye to the future. Development trajectories in the long-term will be affected by the choices coun­tries make now and the support they receive.”

The United Nations has mobilized the full capacity of the UN system through its 131 country teams serving 162 countries and territories, to support national authorities in developing public health preparedness and response plans to the COVID-19 crisis.

Over the next 12 to 18 months, the socio-economic response will be one of three critical components of the UN’s COVID-19 response, alongside the health response, led by WHO, and the Global Humanitarian Response Plan.

As the technical lead for the socio-economic response, UNDP and its country offices worldwide are working under the leadership of the UN Resident Coordinators, and in close collaboration with specialized UN agencies, UN Regional Economic Commissions and IFIs, to assess the socio-economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on economies and communities.