As part of the humanitarian campaigns, Globalview Foundation launches a qualitative initiative to prevent corona virus, its risks and sterilization methods.26/04/2020
Eng. Basalma confirms the continuity of the institution in the humanitarian work
Tuesday 21 April 2020
Globalview Foundation for Peace and Development in Hadramout launched a qualitative initiative within the precautionary measures to preserve the health and safety of citizens and to confront the "Corona Covid-19" virus, which targeted poor and marginalized families in the Al-Harashiyat area east of the city of Mukalla, the capital of Hadramout Governorate.
The initiative included spreading societal awareness among the targeted families, knowledge of the mechanisms of prevention from the Corona virus, and providing psychological, social and educational support among families because of the home quarantine in the Governorate, which was imposed due to the spread of the Corona Pandemic in the world and after the announcement from the Ministry of Health and Population Office about the presence of a positive case infected with this virus in the city of Shehir Since last week. As well as the implementation of a sterilization, campaign with diluted chlorine, which targeted homes and residential neighborhoods in the area of Al- Harashiyat. This imitative was organized in cooperation with the High Committee to Combat the Corona Virus and coordination with the Hygiene and Improvement Fund in the coast of Hadramout.
The Foundation has purchased 500 ration baskets that include foodstuffs, sterilization materials and their accessories in order to distribute them to the beneficiary families, as a contribution to protect them, and as a first step towards preventing and confronting the new Corona virus. As well as distributing directive and awareness brochures about the virus, its symptoms and prevention through medical and volunteer teams.
Chairman of the Globalview Foundation, Eng. Bader Basalma explained that this epidemic is a global Pandemic that threatened the entire world and the reasons were lack of societal awareness and lack of knowledge of prevention and treatment methods for the virus. He further stressed on the continuity of the Foundation in the humanitarian work, continuing its sterilization operations for targeted homes and slums, and the intensification of Awareness campaigns to reduce the infection.
Eng. Basalma also pointed out that the campaign met the approval of the beneficiary families and demanded that they provide them with sterile and preventive materials on an ongoing basis, as the prevailing economic conditions in the sector are bad and they are not able to provide them. However, despite that, they promised to abide by the initiative's directions to take care and caution to avoid infection with the virus and protect against its risks.