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Support to disadvantaged citizens

Administrations and individual citizens inside the country are extending financial and material support to disadvantaged citizens with a view to ease the burden they could encounter in connection with the “Stay at Home” guidelines to contain the spread of corona virus.

Asmara, 24 April 2020- Administrations and individual citizens inside the country are extending financial and material support to disadvantaged citizens with a view to ease the burden they could encounter in connection with the “Stay at Home” guidelines to contain the spread of corona virus.

According to reports from various areas across the country, the Elaberet sub-zone and Hamelmalo administrative area extended consumer goods and sanitation materials to 170 and 49 disadvantaged citizens in their areas respectively.

The owner of “ET” pastry in Keren is also distributing daily 6 thousand breads to disadvantaged citizens for 10 days.

In the same vein, the owners of Shige and Yohannes hotels in keren have donated their guest houses to the Ministry of Health for use until the COVID-19 pandemic is fully contained.

In related news, the owner of “Senait” pepper shop in the Central region contributed material support worth 11 thousand and 500 Nakfa and another national also contributed material support worth 1 thousand and 800 Nakfa.

Mr. Eyob Kahsai decided that the three families that have rented his house in Mendefera city to live free of rental payment for nine months, Ms. Abadit Teklemariam, a national residing in the US two families that have rented her house in Mendefera to stay free of rental payment for unlimited period and Mr. Gebremedhin Woldemariam three families in his house in Mendefera to live for one month free of rental payment.

Likewise, voluntary youth in Senafe sub-zone have distributed consumer goods and sanitation material to 50 disadvantaged citizens worth 60 thousand Nakfa.

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