According to the report from the Ministry of Health, public contribution to contain the spread of COVIC-19 is stepping up.
Asmara, 15 May 2020- According to the report from the Ministry of Health, public contribution to contain the spread of COVIC-19 is stepping up.
Accordingly, the residents and owners of small businesses in Sheib sub-zone contributed 144 thousand Nakfa, Dubarwa sub-zone administration 72 thousand and 950 Nakfa, Free Zone Authority 36 thousand and 190 Nakfa, employees of Eritrean Cartography and Information 25 thousand and 300 Nakfa, employees of Barako Textile Factory 20 thousand Nakfa, employees of Government Garage 17 thousand and 798 Nakfa, employees of the Ministry of Tourism branch in Massawa 13 thousand and 827 Nakfa, H.G.E Enterprise 12 thousand Nakfa, nationals working at the British Embassy 10 thousand Nakfa and other small businesses and cooperative associations in the Central and Southern regions contributed a total of 96 thousand and 158 Nakfa.
In related news, nationals, organizations cooperative associations in Canada contributed an additional 175 thousand Canadian Dollars.
Accordingly, members of the city of Regina and its environs’ cultural center contributed 3 thousand Canadian dollars, NUEW in Regina city 1 thousand Canadian dollars, PFDJ national holidays coordination committee in Montreal 5 thousand and 907, Eritrean women in Montreal one thousand women’s cooperative association, NUEW in Montreal 2 thousand dollars, NUEW in Winnipeg 5 thousand, youth in Winnipeg 5 thousand, holidays coordination committee in Winnipeg 2 thousand, holidays coordination committee in London-Ontario 1 thousand 677 Canadian dollars, Cultural center in Metro-Vancouver 3 thousand, and a number of religious institutions and cooperative associations in several cities of Canada 21 thousand and 450, a national who wants to stay anonymous 15 thousand Canadian dollar and another national from Canada 1 thousand Canadian dollars.
A number of nationals inside the country and abroad are also allowing families that have rented their houses to live free of rental payment ranging from two until the pandemic is fully contained, the report from the Ministry of Health indicated.