Adwoa Aboah has launched a new initiative that offers support to those self-isolating during the coronavirus pandemic.
The 27-year-old model’s latest campaign, #CopingTogether, has been unveiled through her online platform Gurls Talk and gives much-needed assurance to those who are feeling lonely, uncertain and frightened amid the Covid-19 crisis.
#CopingTogether aims to use creativity to promote “healthy, constructive and positive coping techniques” and encourage people to share their artwork with the global community on the website to make people feel less alone.
Adwoa posted details of the initiative on Instagram and told her followers to “process their emotions” by getting creative.
“These are uncertain times and I know that like me, a lot of you out there are feeling anxious and looking for ways to cope,” she wrote. “To that end, and in the spirit of staying connected, Gurls Talk is launching our Coping Together initiative.
“I’m inviting you all to join me in submitting art, videos, photos, poetry, essays, journal entries, humour – anything that helps you process your emotions. I can’t wait to see all your work.”
Famous faces including Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke and Little Mix singer Leigh-Anne Pinnock will be among those contributing to the #CopingTogether drive, with them telling followers how they’re coping in self-isolation.
The Covid-19 virus has so far infected around 552,000 people, with more than 25,00 deaths, since the outbreak began in China back in December.
Lockdowns to control the spread of the virus are in place in countries around the world, including France, Italy, Spain, and the U.K.
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