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HAMBURG - The Cotton Made in Africa (CmiA) initiative is working with partner cotton companies and the Aid by Trade Foundation (ABTF) to provide basic hygiene measures to limit the spread of coronavirus in Sub-Saharan Africa.

They are providing soap, hand disinfectant and 'tippy-tap' hand-washing water canisters in villages of eight countries involved in the Cotton Made in Africa initiative.

The hygiene equipment, along with information in the form of texts and pictograms explaining the risks of infection, are being made available to people at central locations in the villages.

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