As the World Humanitarian Day is being celebrated, Citizens Centre For Integrated Development and Social Rights (CCIDESOR) has provided life saving information like posting issues on social media platforms, newspapers among others of how to stay safe, various means through which the COVID-19 could be contacted.
CCIDESOR believed that the community member needed to be abreast of what it took to stay away from crowd, maintain social distancing, washing of hands and other non-pharmaceutical measures needed to stay safe and CCIDESOR has provided those intangible supports to citizens through her various social media platforms.
In this celebration, the world commemorates humanitarian workers killed and injured in the course of their work, and we honour all aid and health workers who continue, despite the odds, to provide life-saving support and protection to people most in need.
Indeed, this year World Humanitarian Day which holds every 19th August continues to fight the COVID-19 pandemic over recent months. Aid workers are overcoming unprecedented access hurdles to assist people in humanitarian crises in 54 countries, as well as in a further nine countries which have been catapulted into humanitarian need by the COVID-19 pandemic. CCIDESOR urged the government at all levels to encourage those doing one humanitarian work or another, especially the health workers, CSOs, development workers, journalists by improving their condition of work as those will motivate them to serve better