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ADPP in the prevention of COVID-19 in Nhamatanda

2020-05-07

ADPP in the prevention of COVID-19 in Nhamatanda

ADPP Mozambique was recently at the forefront of a campaign to prevent COVID-19, a disease that plagues the country and the world, in the district of Nhamatanda, in an initiative in partnership with World Jewish Relief. Through this ADPP Emergency Response initiative, 474 families in the Nhamatanda district of Lamego benefited from hygiene kits, consisting of buckets with tap, soap and chlorine.

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