Global Self-Sufficiency Network-A Collaborative Approach for Addressing Post-COVID-19 Challenges

Mohamed Buheji, Ana Vovk Korže, Sajeda Eidan, Talal Abdulkareem, Nikolay Perepelkin, Bartola Mavric, Jiri Preis, Mirjana Bartula, Dunya Ahmed, Aisha Buheji, Tulika Chetiayein, Yousef Awad, Godfred Beka, Paul Kakoty, Rimli Das


COVID-19 raised lots of issues relevant to the status, the readiness and the capacity of the self-sufficiency of the different communities and countries during conditions of lockdown and requirements for social distancing, during the first four months of the pandemic.

An international multidiscipline scholars discussion on zoom, a multi-media conferencing app, is categorised according to the subjects of the self-sufficiency practices that are reflections of the specific attitudes and behaviours that shape the social demands during the COVID-19 pandemic. The scholars discuss the requirements of re-building the self-sufficiency social beliefs which the capital economy destroyed. Based on the methodology of discussion from the different background scholar, the challenges and then the outcome of self-sufficiency projects are defined.

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