USAID Boosts Gombe Governor’s Reform Efforts, Selects State for State2State Governance Programme Implementation
Gombe state has been selected for the implementation of the United States Agency for International Development, USAID-funded state2state governance programme through the Development Alternative Initiative ( DAI) to support the state’s reform efforts of making service delivery efficient and accountable.
One of the latest support came from Keystone Bank Plc. The bank joined other corporate bodies in donating some operational supporting items to the state task force on covid-19 to compliment the government’s effort in fighting global plague.
The Gombe Branch Manager of Keystone Plc, Mr Liyo Mohammed made made the presentation on behalf of the bank’s management.
Items donated include 5 sets of hospital beds and mattresses, 300 pieces of 100ml hand sanitizer, 60 packs of face masks and 60 packs of hand gloves.
Mr Mohammed said in line with the bank’s corporate social responsibility, Keystone is determined to support the state at this trying time when the world is faced with the ravaging pandemic.
The Chairman of the Task Force on covid-19, Professor Idris Mohammed while receiving the items, appreciated the management of Keystone and Hamza Yuguda for the timely support, assuring of judicious utilisation of the materials donated.
Gombe state recorded 10 cases of Coronavirus disease, with the government putting several measures in place to mitigate the spread of the disease.