FCP disengaged all programmes due to COVID-19

Covid 19

Compassion International Ghana (CIG) has directed all its Frontline Partner Churches (FCP) to suspend all its programme implementations until further notice.

These include curriculum implementation, extracurricular activities, technical trainings, cluster meetings, face to face trainings with beneficiaries, caregivers and other stakeholders.

This was contained in a letter signed by Mrs. Gifty Dansoah Appiah, Country Director of CIG headlined “update on Compassion International Ghana’s operations in Ghana” dated 17th March, 2020 to all FCPs in the country and made available to the Ghana News Agency.

“The difficult moments notwithstanding, it is our determination to work with our FCPs in such a way as to ensure that all will be safe and protected against this virus the world is battling with”, the letter said.

It asked all FCPs to observe basic hygiene practices and keep their environments clean reminding them to observe prescribed social distancing between staff, beneficiaries and other stakeholders.

The letter appealed to them to pray and seek the face of God in the battle to end the pandemic.

In another development, Togbe Dzegblade IV, chief of Adaklu Kodzobi in the Adaklu District Wednesday held a meeting with his subjects to throw more light on the directives of the President concerning the deadly COVID-19.

He told the people that all funerals and other community engagements were postponed indefinitely.

Togbe Dzegblade said anybody who went contrary to the President’s directives would be sanctioned.

He appealed to the people to clean their environments and asked those who pour waste water and other filths into the community’s gutters to put a stop “to that bad practice as we will not spare anybody caught doing so”.

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