Subsequent an engagement with stakeholders on Wednesday, April 15, 2020, the Akwamumanhene Odeneho Kwafo Akoto III, the Akwamu Local community Covid-19 workforce, the District Assembly, safety organizations and other stakeholders jointly commenced the local community based mostly sensitization training on April 16, 2020.
The group consisting of the DCE, District Overall health Director, and the Divisional Law enforcement Commander Main Superintendent Damoah, led by Odeneho Kwafo Akoto III, engaged residents of the many communities along the Mpakadan-Apeguso stretch on the will need to notice all protection rules specially social distancing and all the other sanitary precautions which have been identified as really important to the battle against the coronavirus pandemic.
The team also assisted with responses to issues posed by members of the communities on signs, what to do and how to manage suspected cases of the coronavirus pandemic.
Moreover, the group dispersed nose masks and educational materials in the form of posters and flyers to the communities frequented.
Users of the a variety of communities ended up cautioned strongly to desist from stigmatising any people or communities contaminated with the virus.
This sensitization programme will be extended to the Akrade-Senchi-Atimpoku, Adjena-Adumasa-Gyakiti, and to other cities inside the Asuogyaman group and its environs inside of the future couple days to make sure that the residents are perfectly informed on all concerns relating to the pandemic, primarily how to prevent an infection and its spread.
In his concluding remarks, Odeneho Kwafo Akoto III thanked Nananom, the District Assembly, protection businesses, people, wellbeing officials, all front line personnel like NADMO and donors for their motivation toward the fight, and referred to as on the standard general public for a lot more relief support to enable the group fulfill the increasing demand from customers for PPEs particularly nose masks, tissues, hand sanitizers, meals goods and so forth, within just the Asuogyaman local community and its environs.
He also explained he sees this gesture as a sense of obligation to intensify education on the COVID-19 pandemic in the communities to support the government’s endeavours at preserving life in the struggle versus the coronavirus pandemic.