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Support to disadvantaged citizens continue

Nationals across the country are continuing extending support to disadvantaged citizens with a view to ease the burden they could encounter in their daily lives with the “Stay at Home” guideline.

Asmara, 29 April 2020- Nationals across the country are continuing extending support to disadvantaged citizens with a view to ease the burden they could encounter in their daily lives with the “Stay at Home” guideline.

According to report, the residents of the administrative areas of Hadish-Adi and Adi-Gaba, Areza sub-zone, extended food items and sanitation materials to disadvantaged families in their areas.
Mr. Jewani Berhe, a national in Mai-Dime semi-urban center donated his 10 room guest house to the Ministry of Health for use until the COVID-19 is contained.

Likewise the residents of five administrative areas in Habero sub-zone and seven administrative areas in Asmat sub-zone in the Anseba region, extended food items and sanitation materials to 70 disadvantaged nationals.

Similarly, affluent citizens in Sheib sub-zone also extended similar support to 244 needy nationals in their area.

In related news, members of the ‘Duhtum’ Military Hospital in Assab extended food items to disadvantaged citizens in Menkakak and Airori.

Several administrative areas and national associations in the Gash Barka region as well as members of the Eritrean Defense Forces in the region have also extended food items and sanitation materials to the needy citizens in their respective areas.

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