The MISAICAK project is a response against covid 19 and it intends to mitigate the spread and impact of COVID-19 among residents of the Ashiedu Keteke sub-metropolitan assembly. It complements two of the five objectives outlined by the Government of Ghana to mitigate the spread and impact of COVID-19 in Ghana.
Specifically, the project will, by the end of September 2020, intensify community education to ensure the prevention and spread of the virus among communities; strengthen and enhance community knowledge and attitude towards physical distancing; and advocate against fear, discrimination and stigmatization of individuals and families infected and affected by the virus.
As part of activities towards the implementation of these projects, hand washing, sanitation and hygiene products will be stationed at vantage points in the target community and sanitary practices will be enforced. The project is being funded by the French Embassy.