COVID-19

MATI’s Fight Against
COVID-19

First detected in Yuhan of China, in December 2019, COVID-19 pandemic has been emerged as a devastating catastrophe all over the world. After having the first confirmed case on 7 March 2020, Bangladesh has been locked down since March 26, extended thrice until 5th of May 2020. Apart from the hundreds of death cases the catastrophe has caused enormous misery especially for the 6 million poor people of the country including small farmers, small traders, day laborers, rickshaw-van pullers, and the workers of non-formal sectors who have been facing severe food scarcity and lost their income opportunity to maintain their livelihood.

Along with other government and non-government agencies MATI Bangladesh has been working in raising peoples’ awareness, increasing people’s resilience & capacity to combat the catastrophe.

What MATI’s doing to combat COVID 19 —

1 Increase awareness & capacity of staff to combat COVID 19

2 Raise awareness of MATI’s Target People on COVID-19

3 Raise awareness for mass people on COVID-19

Online campaigns

Facebook | Linked-in | Twitter | YouTube | MATIBangladesh

Setting banner in public places:

4 Distribution of Safety materials for COVID-19

5 Capacity building of MATI to combat COVID-19

6 Emergency Response for COVID-19 catastrophe

MATI has already achieved two certificates one from the WHO and the other one from GoB as follows

 Important Links 
WHO
IEDCR      Hotline numbers toll-free
Corona Info  
   
    Mymensingh Corona Helpline DGHS
  MOHFW
MOFL Centre of disease control and prevention

Hotline Numbers:

In cases of suspected corona-virus symptoms or for any queries related to it, sub-sectors can dial

01401184551, 01401184554, 01401184555, 01401184556, 01401184559, 01401184560, 01401184563, 01401184568, 01937000011, 01937110011, 01927711784

In Case of need connect with IEDCR Hotline number:

10655, +8801944333222, +8801937000011, +8801937110011, +8801927711784, +8801927711785