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US News Coronavirus in Marseille: The re-containment raises fears of an outbreak of poverty in the northern districts

23:05  01 november  2020
23:05  01 november  2020 Source:   20minutes.fr

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The actors in the field expect to have to support the growing number of families to be weakened by the crisis

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For associations and collectives on the facing Marseille , the announcement of reconfinement gives rise to fear of the worst. “In comparison with March, the situation has deteriorated because the resources of fragile families have not recovered. Today, people are much more naked and much more vulnerable, "worries Pierre-Olivier Dolino, director of the Fraternité de la Belle-de-Mai, a working-class district in the 3rd arrondissement.

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Last spring, this pastor coordinated a support mechanism with schools in the area aimed at distributing basic necessities. Dozens of families previously unknown to the structures have come forward. Once again, Pierre-Olivier Dolino expects the same scenario and knows that he will have to quickly "deploy emergency food aid ". With the hope of managing to contain the situation better, compared to the first lockdown "where families could not feed their children. This time, they will continue to go to school and therefore to eat in the canteen. We therefore hope that it will be less violent. "

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Farida Benchaa, departmental secretary at Secours populaire in charge of solidarity, observed the fear of beneficiaries even before the reconfinement was formalized by Emmanuel Macron on October 28. “We had a presentiment of what was going to happen. During the last maraud in front of Saint-Charles station before the announcement, the fear was obvious. There were about 20 more people than usual, ”she says. The next morning, the Secours populaire des Bouches-du-Rhône organized a crisis meeting.

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The goal this time around is to keep all the Marseilles offices open, which was not possible during the first wave. Farida Benchaa's team then set up a "watch on food reserves" because the number of packages to be distributed could explode in the days to come. “In normal times, we distribute 60,000 parcels per month. Our goal for the re-containment is to be able to triple that number, ”she says, based on the needs observed during the first wave. Before concluding bitterly: “in the spring, we learned a lot. But despite all the associations mobilized alongside us, there are not enough of us to absorb the demand. "

" The uncertainty of the next day "

During the first wave, the neighborhood collectives were therefore directly questioned by residents outside of institutional radars. This is the case of the Maison Blanche collective in the 14th arrondissement, which has just reopened its pot in order to replenish stocks. "We even had families who came from Estaque to our home, on the advice of their social worker! », Assures the co-founder of the collective Naïr Abdallah in an video shared on October 29 on Facebook. Reached by phone, he explains “receiving again messages from people in an irregular situation, from black workers. People are afraid, the containment fell at the end of the month. "

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Still in the 14th arrondissement, less than two kilometers from Maison Blanche, volunteers from McDonald's in Saint-Barthélémy are preparing for" an even more powerful wave of precariousness ", predicts Salim Grabsi from the Syndicat des Quartiers Populaires de Marseille (SQPM) . In full judicial liquidation, the old brand has turned into a solidarity platform and receives food from individuals and associations. "Today, we have a list of 14,000 people and we receive about 50 new registrants every day," said the activist. In the first wave, the old municipal majority had given us no support. We don't get help from the Food Bank either. If nothing changes, we will run out of resources. »

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The Food Bank of Bouches-du-Rhône, which supplies food to nearly 180 partner structures, already explains that it maintains a rate of 60 tonnes of food per week. “In the spring, we went up to 90 tonnes. We expect to have to do the same this winter, "says departmental secretary Monique Dumont.

On the city side, the services announced on Friday that they would mobilize "part of the budget usually allocated to hosting and organizing canceled events" in favor of emergency social measures. “In the coming days, the Samu Social will go from 500 daily meals to 1,000,” explains Audrey Garino, social affairs assistant. The needs are increasing, among the homeless but also among very different audiences. "

Because by its duration, the social crisis is likely to affect households hitherto untouched. Salim Gabsi then analyzes: “deconfinement had allowed people to find a semblance of resourcefulness. The re-containment plunges them into the uncertainty of the next day. It’s the worst thing. "

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