Tombura-Yambio, 05 November, 2020 / 6:07 pm (ACI Africa).
The leadership of a Catholic Diocesan Radio in South Sudan has facilitated the distribution of protective equipment to over 200 high school students of Bishop Abangite College of Science and Technology in the Diocese of Tombura-Yambio in a COVID-19 aid aimed at ensuring that school going students remain safe during the pandemic.
The leadership of Anisa Radio station of Tombura-Yambio Diocese on Thursday, November 5 distributed face masks to the senior four boys and girls who are preparing for their final examinations in the East-Central African country’s Western Equatoria state.
Speaking during the distribution of the reusable face masks, the Director of Anisa Radio, Teresa Wairegi expressed gratitude to the management of Internews and to the Association for Media Development in South Sudan (AMDISS) for their support in procuring the protective equipment amid COVID-19.
“We are glad for this; we are thankful to Internews and AMDISS for helping us with materials to use during this time of coronavirus,” Ms. Wairegi said.
Ms. Wairegi called upon the candidates who are expected to sit for their exams in March 2021 to make good use of the reusable face masks and to strictly follow the other guidelines set by the country’s Ministry of Health and World Health Organization (WHO) to help in preventing the spread of the coronavirus.