Issues have been lifted that information and facts on the coronavirus has not cascaded to the rural communities in the countryside
Purim African Youth Advancement System (PAYDP) in partnership with the United Nations Populace Fund (UNFPA) has taken the struggle versus the coronavirus to rural communities amid worries that information on the deadly virus has not cascaded to the countryside.
There has been a whole lot of concern around accessibility to info and protective gears by rural people in the course of this time as most of them have tiny or no entry to standard safety gizmos like the hand washing kits.
The group led by the Bono East Regional agent and focal man or woman of PAYPD Millicent Ocloo donated things including Veronica buckets, bar soap, gallons of liquid soap, gallons of Bleach (Parazone), bottles of hand sanitisers, items of nose masks and pieces of sanitary pads to the Akisimasu local community in the Techiman South Municipality.
Comparable donations aimed at supporting the fewer-privileged throughout this COVID-19 time period were introduced to communities which includes Oforikrom, Konimase and GyawuKrom, in the Bono East Location.
Assembly member of the Akisimasu electoral area Nicholas Dikem thanked the team for the gestures and called and governing administration to support rural communities in this challenging time period.