The coronavirus is rapidly gaining momentum in Africa MIFA is Urgently seeking for donations to help train 150 ladies in Cameroon to do rapid Mass Production of HAND SANITIZERS and POWDER DETERGENT that will be distributed freely to the less privileged persons, Displace Families, Refugees and health centers to help intensify the fight against COVID-19 presence in Africa. Africa is very fragile with very little or no sanitary facilities available to contain the COVID-19.
With the world's poorest, most un-equiped and fragile healthcare facilities and services, with the largest concentration of people living in extreme poverty with very little or no access to potable water Africa is now having to fight against the arrival of COVID-19. The coronavirus is rapidly gaining momentum in africa there are now more than 2700 detected cases of coronavirus and the death toll is rapidly increasing.
Hand sanitizers are a convenient way to clean your hands when soap and water aren't available. Often used on the go, hand sanitizers contain ethyl alcohol, isopropyl alcohol or both to kill bacteria and viruses on your hands. Alcohols have long been known to kill germs by denaturing the protective outer proteins of microbes and dissolving their membranes. This project will hence contribute significantly to help slow the rapid spread of the coronavirus.
The project seeks to stimulate the confidence in women in the face of the COVID-19 outbreak by providing sufficient knowledge on mass production of hand Sanitizers and Javel Disinfectant that will help them protect themself and their families from the coronavirus and to learn how and when to properly use hand sanitizer to protect themselves from viruses and bacterias.