E4L program and its partners GDCA and the YEFL-Ghana to Karaga District

Source: Justice Fm

The Empowerment for Life (E4L) program and its partners-the Ghana Developing Communities Association (GDCA) and the YEFL-Ghana have responded to the COVID 19 emergency response plan of the Karaga District in the Northern Region by donating some items worth Gh 12,550 to the district to aid in its fight against the virus.

This was after the partnering agencies consulted the district assembly for a better understanding of its plan and the resources needed to effectively implement it. The items included 1,000 examination hand cloves, 350 surgical nose mask, 200 hand sanitizers, 20 gallons of liquid soap, 25 veronica buckets among others.

The E4L program core mandate is capacity building and advocacy and is funded by the Civil Society in Development through Ghana Friends, both in Denmark. The programs Manager of the E4L program Mohammed Abdul Jabaru said the gesture was part of their contribution towards the fight against the pandemic.

He said the E4L program has also allocated some resources to the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) and the Information Service Department (ISD) in the Saboba, Karaga, kumbungu and Mion districts and the Savelugu Municipality to enhance the awareness creation.

Mr Abdul Jabaru said the gesture of PPEs will be extended to the Ghana Health Service in the five districts mentioned above to intensify their community outreach programs and periodic meetings of covid 19 emergency response committees in these districts.

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