The Nassf Resilience Plan against COVID19 consists of establishing a situational diagnosis in indigenous and vulnerable communities against COVID 19.
Monitoring is constant with families and prior consultation for appropriate actions according to the priorities of the communities for this stage of resilience. In each community, different alerts are identified, priorities in coordination with the board of directors and community leaders of the communities, each community has a different need and realities. In the first phase, it is identified from your emotional state, state of health and benefits that you have or not acquired by the state. In the second phase, the community is taught to assume leadership in their community. In the third phase, the situational diagnosis and mapping of the communities against COVID19 is established, as well as the identification of communities free of COVID19, identification of community leaders and biosafety protocols in the community. Finally, the fourth phase is the actions in favor of community development for reintegration to continue with environmental social projects.