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Nepali peacekeepers support Lebanon communities to fight COVID-19 spread

30 August 2020  

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KATHMANDU: Mission’s peacekeepers from Nepal launched a campaign to donate personal protective equipment (PPE) as well as medical and sanitary supplies to host communities in south-eastern Lebanon as part of the ongoing UNIFIL support to host communities in their fight against the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic.

The Nepalis Battalion (NEPBATT) Civil-Military Cooperation (CIMIC) team led by Commanding Officer Lt. Col. Chandra Prasad Chapagain handed donations to the mayors of Meiss ej Jebel and Houla, Abdel Menem Shukair and Shakib Kteish, respectively.

Nepalis peacekeepers are planning to extend the donations to the municipalities of Blida, Shaqra and Markaba in the days ahead.

Among the items donated by the UNIFIL Nepalese peacekeepers include medicines, disinfectants, face shields, disposable latex gloves, disposable face masks, detergents, hand sanitizers and other personal protective equipment.

Publish Date : 30 August 2020 20:23 PM

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