Germany Grants Ghana €23 Million To Intensify Covid-19 Fight

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Germany has made available an amount of €23 million to Ghana to enhance its response measures in curtailing the spread of COVID-19.

The German Ambassador to Ghana, Christoph Retzlaff announced this on Twitter on Thursday, April 23, 2020.

According to Mr Retzlaff, out of the amount, €13 million will be used as a first COVID-19 response to provide Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) for the Ghana Police Service and €10 million will be used for local COVID-19 response measures by Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies.

“Germany now made available 13 Mio EUR for Ghana as a first COVID response. Providing PPEs for Ghana Police Service and 10 Mio EUR for local Covid response measures by Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies,” the Mr Retzlaff wrote.

Christoph Retzlaff

@GermanAmbGhana

🇩🇪 now made available 13 Mio EUR for 🇬🇭 as a first Covid response. Providing PPEs for Ghana Police Service and 10 Mio EUR for local Covid response measures by Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies. https://twitter.com/germanambghana/status/1251222803287769093 

Christoph Retzlaff

@GermanAmbGhana

🇩🇪Government is supporting 🇬🇭 with 1,2 Mio EUR against #covid as a first emergency response. We support Kumasi Center for Collaborative Research KCCR, Noguchi Institut and we are helping to set up Covid station at Takoradi Regional Hospital. #solidarity

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