Ecosure steps up to capacitate doctors and nurses amid COVID-19 crisis

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As Zimbabwe – along with the rest of the world – battles the COVID-19 Corona virus global pandemic, EcoSure has announced plans to immediately support the country’s national health delivery system by equipping frontline medical staff with protective personal equipment (PPE), providing them with life and health insurance and offering them safe transport to and from work daily, for the coming 12 months.  

“In the situation we find ourselves in as a nation, we want to ensure all frontline medical staff are fully protected and we are putting in place measures that give them confidence as they carry out their noble duty of primary patient care and as they save lives
Mr Eddie Chibi, the CEO of Cassava Smartech”

Giving details of the offer yesterday – which comes at a time there are two confirmed COVID-19 cases in the country, and one confirmed death –  EcoSure General Manager Mr Godwin Mashiri said his organization would immediately begin the process of providing support for all medical practitioners – doctors and nurses – who go to work and attend to their duties at this critical time;

Vaya recently announced that it had taken the lead in promoting safe transportation during the COVID-19 epidemic by training its drivers in strict health and safety protocols, and equipping them with sanitizers and face masks, among other interventions.
Higherlife Foundation – which is funded by the Econet group of companies and by Delta Philanthropies, the social impact vehicle of the Econet founder Mr Strive Masiyiwa and his family – has already been supporting hundreds of doctors who signed up to a Fellowship scholarship launched late last year.
The Fellowship, worth over Z$100 million, was offered amid a crippling, nation-wide strike by doctors that had left thousands of patients desperate and stranded. Higherlife said at the time that its main focus was the plight of the patients, and that it sought to capacitate healthcare personnel to be able to treat patients.
Meanwhile, Mr Chibi said the EcoSure COVID-19 package they just announced, would commence immediately and run for 12 months.
He said complimentary with to the new measures, EcoSure had also partnered with the City Councils around the country to provide hand-washing basins in urban public places to promote sanitation and cleanliness that help prevent the spread of the virus.

Source: TechZim

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