This pandemic has exposed not only the fragility of our healthcare systems but also the weakness of our social, economic and governance institutions. This should be a wakeup call to all of us. It is time for us to mobilize and support the efforts to contain the pandemic, show care and compassion to our fellow citizens, but above all get involved in shaping a better tomorrow post Covid-19!
Toh amma lallai ne mu sani cewa gwamnati ita kadai ba abunda zata iya yi wanda ze gamsar da kowa.Tila al’umma su shigo cikin alamarin nan su taimaka Inda za su taimaka. Ni shawara ta shine kada a shiga kawai ana zagin gwamnati, ya kamata mu duba kan mu. Mu duba ya za mu iya yi a unguwannin mu. Su waye mu a unguwannin mu? Ya za ayi mu tattara kawunan mu a unguwar mu mu tabatta mun taimaki kan mu da kan mu?
The new Corona virus, Covid 19 does not discriminate on the basis of tribe, religion and socio-economic class. In the same vein, we must forge a common humanity and take urgent and coordinated action to turn the tide against this virus in Kano State and across Nigeria, to save our people from the dire projected outcomes.
COVID-19 has become the worst pandemic in human history ravaging countries rich and poor. It's devastating consequences on lives, livelihoods, and human development would be felt for years. Unfortunately, it seems the worst is yet to come. As Kano is becoming, if it has not already become, the epicenter of COVID-19 in Nigeria, we must brace ourselves for its devastating impact. We must mobilize our communities' resources, cure the ignorance of those who disbelieve the reality and enlighten people on how best to protect ourselves and our communities.
Wannan wani yunkuri ne na Jama’ar Kano wadanda suke zaune a nan da wadanda suke sauran wurare. Wanda suka hada kawunansu kamar yadda aka gani , suke ganin ya kamata duk kokari da hukuma zata yi in dai yana da rauni kuma suna bukatar tallafi da agaji
Kano stakeholders and community leaders have come together to establish the citizen initiative – Kano Against Covid-19 with the objectives of engaging in advocacy and mobilization along the three tiers of government, within the community, the private sector, civil society and international partners to combat the Covid-19 pandemic. Our objective are: to identify key challenges in efforts to curb COVID-19; develop an intervention logic; and finally, develop a framework to engage collectively to contribute to a better strategy of curtailing and containing the spread of the virus in Kano
Facilitate expansion of testing capacity by leveragin on public private partnerships
Establish a unified platform for all hands on deck citizen action in the state
Activating the community level response structure to drive public awareness and compliance
Establish a Socio-Economic roadmap for Kano state after Covid-19 and preparing for the next pandemic
The novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) is a new strain of the virus that has not been previously identified in humans. SARS-CoV-2 is the virus that causes coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
Kano State is one of the most populated states in sub-saharan Africa