Germany Helps Nigeria With Additional €5.5m In Its Response To Fight Covid-19 – Germany has announced that it will be donating an additional €5.5 to support Nigeria in it’s response to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Germany Helps Nigeria With Additional €5.5m In Its Response To Fight Covid-19
The declaration was made on Tuesday, April 28, by means of the official Twitter record of the German Diplomatic Missions in Nigeria @GERinNigeria.
The announcement said Germany is giving €5.5 million this opportunity to help defenseless individuals in Nigeria’s North-Eastern conditions of Borno, Adamawa, and Yobe.
The statement read,
“Germany provides an additional €5.5 million (c. 2.2bn Naira) to the Nigeria Humanitarian Fund managed by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in Nigeria to continue life-saving aid in Borno, Adamawa and Yobe States in the context of the COVID-19 crisis.
“Ongoing activities include drilling of wells, construction of sanitation facilities, rehabilitation of buildings or construction of shelters for internally displaced persons and other victims of insecurity in the North East.
“This brings Germany’s contribution to the NHF to a total of €29 million since it became operational in May 2017, making Germany a major donor to the NHF over the past three years.”