The Devtraco Foundation, the not-for-profit arm of the Devtraco Group has distributed 644 face masks to the 37 Bus Station Drivers’ Association.

The Foundation, as part of their measures to help fight the novel coronavirus in the country, met with the executive body of the bus station and donated face masks.

They intend to redistribute all masks to the less privileged. The recent donation is the fourth action of what Devtraco entitled the #MaskUp Campaign.

Previous actions were: Donation of ¢60,000 to the Ghana COVID-19 Private Sector Fund, thus becoming a Silver Donor to this Fund.

It has also donating masks to GHOne and MetroTV to be distributed by these TV stations to the less privileged.

Representatives of the Foundation also admonished the executives to observe all government directives including the regular wearing of face masks, the washing of hands under running water, the use of alcohol-based hand sanitizers and the observance of social distancing.

The executive body of the Drivers’ Association, represented by the Vice-Chairman James Addo, thanked the Devtraco Foundation for their support and providing them face masks.

He further entreated Devtraco Foundation to keep visiting them and to provide them with other items such as hand sanitisers.

The executive body of the 37 Bus Station Drivers’ Association then embarked on a distribution exercise where drivers, traders, amongst others, were given the nose masks.

Some of the recipients of the nose masks, expressed their gratitude to the Devtraco Foundation and asked for other organisations to emulate their good example and reach out to help others in these unusual times.

With this publication we able to evidence the good quality of the masks namely that they were manufactured in Ghana, with all the benefits for the local industry, and that they are fabricated according to the FDA requirements.