The women’s commission of the University Students’ Association of Ghana (USAG) has embarked on a sensitization exercise to the Cape Coast Metropolitan Assembly on Thursday, April 3 to sensitize the residents on the fight against the deadly covid-19 in Ghana.
The purpose of this exercise was to educate the residents especially taxi drivers, passengers, market women, and persons around the selected areas on signs and symptoms, basic precautionary measures against covid-19 and the appropriate ways of practicing these measures to keep themselves away from contracting this dreadful virus.
In addition to the sensitization, items such as hand sanitizers and liquid soap were distributed to residents of the selected areas which include Science Market, Science Taxi station, and Abura Market.
Upon receiving the items, the leader of the Abura Market, Maame Efua expressed her gratitude to USAG for remembering them in this trying times.
Madam Maame Efua further called on government and other corporate bodies to provide them with more of the items to protect themselves against the deadly covid-19 pandemic.
The team was led by the USAG Women’s Commissioner, Miss Dorothy Mensah to undertake the exercise and was accompanied by Mr Emmanuel Bartels Ankrah (Hon. Bartels), Mr Edward Gordon, and other volunteers.
The University Students’ Association of Ghana (USAG) is the mother umbrella of all universities in Ghana that seeks to ensuring holistic development of individual student members, member schools of the association and the nation at large.