World Bank provides new vehicles to Togo's ministry of health

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Friday, 21 August 2020 15:36
World Bank provides new vehicles to Togo's ministry of health

(Togo First) - Yesterday, the ministry of health received 20 all-terrain vehicles from the World Bank. The move, which supports Togo's Covid-19 response, falls under the Regional Disease Surveillance Systems Enhancement Program (REDISSE) of the Bretton Woods institution. 

The vehicles, worth CFAF 350 million, were received by the minister of health, Prof. Mustapha Mijiyawa, in the presence of the WB's representative in Togo and the head of the national team coordinating the Covid-19 response (CNGR), Col. Djibril Mohaman.

Lauding the donation, the minister said health workers will use the cars for monitoring, screening, and taking care of patients. "The best way to show gratitude to the World Bank is to use these vehicles responsibly," Mijiyawa added.   

In addition to the recent donation, three ambulances should soon be given to the country.

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