Covid-19: IOM donates two motorcycles

14Jul 2020
By Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Covid-19: IOM donates two motorcycles

​​​​​​​ZANZIBAR Ministry of Health has received two motor cycles valued at USD 2,727 donated by International Organisation for Migration (IOM) for ministry’s workers to curb Covid-19.  

During a brief hand over ceremony at Mnazi Mmoja hospital in Zanzibar, the head of IOM Tanzania. Dr Qasin Sufi, said the donation is aimed at complementing Zanzibar government’s efforts against the disease.

He said the organisation will continue working together with the health ministry in its fight against Covid-19 and other diseases’ infections.

Speaking after receiving the donation, deputy permanent secretary in the ministry Halima Maulid Salum said the motorcycles will assist health workers if the follow up of the disease’s infection.

She explained that they will also assist them to make follow ups of various disease especially in rural areas that are not easily accessible.   

The director of diseases prevention in the health ministry Dr Fadhil Mohamed thanked IOM for the donation and called upon health workers to take care of the machines.

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