We want to keep you informed of the impact of COVID-19 on our work in Ghana and how we are dealing with this.
While no cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in our catchment area, a growing number of cases have been confirmed in Ghana, especially in the larger cities.
The Government of Ghana has imposed very strict lockdown restrictions throughout the country and its border.
As a result, NEA has temporarily stopped all construction work, including the Leyaata Hospital. Churches are closed and training involved in various projects is on hold for the time being. Visits to the villages are also limited to essential visits only. However, communication with NEA’s network of pastors, Christian Chiefs and Community Based Health Volunteers is done via phone and radio messages. Everyone is encouraged to follow the government’s guidelines and to continue in prayer.
With some NEA revenue streams in Ghana at risk during a time when the opportunity exists to make a big difference, we would appreciate your continued prayer and financial support during this critical time and thank you in advance for these.