CNC Donates Free Facemasks And Hand Sanitizers To Cocoa Farmers In Dormaa West District


The Bono Local office of the Center for National Culture (CNC), has disseminated 1,000 face veils and 200 containers of liquor based sanitisers to ranchers in cocoa-developing networks inside the Dormaa West Area of the Bono District.

CNC distributes Facemask

The people group incorporate Kwakuanya, Diabaa and Krakrom up and down the Ghana-Cote D’Ivoire line in the Dormaa West Area.

The CNC through drum language, customary tunes, and show sharpened the cocoa ranchers on the careful steps to stem the spread of the lethal Coronavirus at discrete durbars.

The Bono provincial Head of CNC, Helen Akanbong, said the middle accepts culture and custom are incredible successful devices of correspondence thus the choice to utilize them in instructing the cocoa cultivating networks on Covid.

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CNC circulates facemasks, hand sanitizers to cocoa ranchers in Dormaa West Locale

“We have been upheld via Care Worldwide to sort out the networks and clarify the elements of the Coronavirus pandemic and the requirement for individuals to keep clinging to the security conventions as laid out the Ghana Wellbeing Administration,” Mrs. Akanbong expressed.

She communicated dread of about conceivable super-spread of the infection in the Dormaa West Region since numerous individuals in the space were all the while ignoring the wellbeing conventions, particularly the wearing of nose covers.

She saw that in spite of the fact that there has been a gigantic mission to eradicate the legends and paranoid ideas concerning Covid, numerous individuals in the networks actually clutch these insights and confusions.

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“That is the reason we at Place for Public Culture are contributing our quantity by strengthening public mindfulness concerning the pandemic with our compelling specialized devices so that individuals will alter their mentality and perspectives towards Coronavirus,” Mrs. Akanbong said.

The Dormaa West District Director of Health Services (DDHS), Samuel Twene, said the locale has so far recorded a day and a half instances of Coronavirus, adding “however no passing had been recorded, it is important to strengthen the mission for individuals to comprehend that the infection is genuine thusly they expected to secure themselves”.

He in this way encouraged individuals to stringently keep on wearing the nose cover, wash their hands with cleanser under running water routinely, notice social removing and stay away from handshakes also.