Peace Parks Foundation's response to COVID-19 in southern Africa.
Community Development, COVID19, Malawi Zambia TFCA

Protective measures against COVID-19 in Kasungu Lukusuzi

Peace Parks Foundation continues in its efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19 in vulnerable communities throughout southern Africa. In support of those living in and around the Kasungu and Lukusuzi National Parks in the Malawi-Zambia Transfrontier Conservation Area, a consignment of personal protective materials was distributed in the two Chiefdoms of Mwasemphangwe and Chikomeni, by the District Commissioner in Lukusuzi, Zambia. The distribution of these materials at clinics, schools and trading centres was made possible with support from the GIZ SADC Transboundary Use and Protection of Natural Resources (TUPNR) programme. 

The items included:  

  • 2 x 200 L water drums with stands 
  • 25 water buckets with stands
  • 6 x 20 L water buckets 
  • 180 hand sanitisers
  • 408 hand wash liquid soap
  • 9 440 locally made face masks

A similar initiative is to be implemented on the Kasungu side of the transfrontier conservation area in Malawi. 

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