INSEC Provides Health Equipment
Informal Sector Service Centre (INSEC), Province 1 Office Biratnagar has provided health equipment to Arjundhara Municipality and Budhha Shanti rural municipality on 8 July 2020.
The health equipment were provided under ELP program implemented by INSEC at Jhapa’s two local levels. The equipment were provided to help in reduction of risk of corona virus infection, informed Bagmata Kattel, Officer of INSEC Province 1.
They provided two thermal guns, 200pcs gloves, 20pcs N95 masks and 200pcs of surgical masks.
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