WISE Helps Seven Health Centers in Nagekeo, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia
Image description: WASH in Southeast Asia (WISE) distributing assistance to seven health centers in Nagekeo, East Nusa Tenggara (Photo: Yohanes Mondo)
Nagekeo, floreseditorial.com – In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the era of the new normal, WASH in Southeast Asia (WISE) distributed donations to seven health centers in Nagekeo District, East Nusa Tenggara. The assistance provided was in the form of surgical masks 100 pcs/box (28 boxes), sterile gloves 85 pcs, non-sterile gloves 50 pcs/box (10 boxes), nurse cap 19 boxes, thermo-gun 2 units, and handwashing soap 15 litres. All of them were distributed directly to each health center.
WISE Program Manager, Rosadalima Dee Panda, S.Si., MT, delivered the news to reporters, Monday (10/8/2020).
She explained that the organization was showing concern and social responsibility in fighting the global virus, COVID-19. One of the efforts has been by providing preventive and safety equipment.
In addition, special attention was paid to cleaning service officers and sanitarians at health centers. WISE provided work equipment such as uniforms and boots. It is hoped that this assistance could help them avoid the deadly virus while carrying out their duties and services.
“WISE is grateful to Yayasan Sao Mere and The Atlantic Institute Solidarity Grant for supporting WISE’s program in preventing the spread of COVID-19 so far,” she said.
Especially for the assistance targetted at the seven health centers, all the donations were handed over directly. The objective of the activity was to build collaboration to work together to prevent and control the spread of COVID-19.
“The organization also donated masks to the communities and organizations that were active during the pandemic,” she explained.