Japan supports Malawi’s management, distribution of Covid-19 vaccines with K574 Million

The Japanese government has given 36.9 million US dollars to 12 Latin American, Caribbean, and African countries, including Malawi to improve their cold chain management. About K574 million (nearly US$725,000) of this funding will be channeled to Malawi for its COVID-19 vaccination efforts by improving cold chain capabilities through enhanced infrastructure, equipment, transportation, and training for healthcare staff. This comes at a time when Malawi, through the Ministry of Health, is scheduled to roll out second phase of Covid-19 vaccination campaign across the country from June 3, 2021. Japanese Ambassador…

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