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300 NCDC Staff Deployed To Maintain Essential Services

13th Aug, 20

Upholding its core values of civic responsibility and team work, the National Capital District Commission-under the leadership of acting City Manager Ravu Frank and Governor Hon Powes Parkophas deployed more than 300 staff (pictured) for various essential duties including awareness campaign against the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19) during the lockdown period.

They are on duty to ensure essential services like waste management, security, road access and others are maintained. The Active City Development Program has partnered with the commission to amplify the awareness campaign by using its wider established network on the ground at suburbs and settlements in the city.

When issuing new sets of uniforms this month to them, Governor Parkop said the commission and his office were supporting and helping the people in this time of crisis. “It is a great challenge for us to overcome together and restore normalcy again as soon as possible. “Coorporerate with our awareness team, medical staff, market officers, engineers, in the length and breath of our city to deal with any sitation because we are here for our city and for our people,” he said. Acting City Manager Ravu Frank said a secretariat for the Covid - 19 NCD Task Force has been established on the third floor of City Hall Annex.

The secretariat, he said, is being manned by representatives of the key stakeholders which make up the task force.

Upholding its core values of civic responsibility and team work, the National Capital District Commission-under the leadership of acting City Manager Ravu Frank and Governor Hon Powes Parkophas deployed more than 300 staff (pictured) for various essential duties including awareness campaign against the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19) during the lockdown period.

They are on duty to ensure essential services like waste management, security, road access and others are maintained. The Active City Development Program has partnered with the commission to amplify the awareness campaign by using its wider established network on the ground at suburbs and settlements in the city.

When issuing new sets of uniforms this month to them, Governor Parkop said the commission and his office were supporting and helping the people in this time of crisis. “It is a great challenge for us to overcome together and restore normalcy again as soon as possible. “Coorporerate with our awareness team, medical staff, market officers, engineers, in the length and breath of our city to deal with any sitation because we are here for our city and for our people,” he said. Acting City Manager Ravu Frank said a secretariat for the Covid - 19 NCD Task Force has been established on the third floor of City Hall Annex.

The secretariat, he said, is being manned by representatives of the key stakeholders which make up the task force.