For all intents and purposes all nations around the globe are doing everything conceivable to battle the savage infection, Coronavirus. Also, this is clearly through finances, therefore several countries are searching for resources and funding to help stop the pandemic if conceivable.
Additionally, numerous government administrations are again looking for ways to resuscitate their economies which are by and by on their knees, with the World Bank anticipating a negative development before the year’s over if the circumstance stays same.
Notwithstanding, multinationals in the financial sector, are immensely helping such organizations by loaning to them to support this worldwide pandemic.
One of such money related organization outfitted to assist is the Republic Financial Holdings Ghana Limited. The outfit has declared on the 8th of April, 2020 its aim as a Group to make a US$2 million commitment on the whole over the entirety of the domains in which it works.
The recipient nations are Trinidad and Tobago, Grenada, Guyana, Barbados, Ghana, Suriname, Cayman Islands, St Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines, St Kitts and Nevis, St Maarten, Anguilla and Dominica.
The Republic Financial Holdings Group is focused on helping their customers endure the monetary effect, just as the general public on the loose.
Since no country is invulnerable to this infection, it is a worldwide aggregate duty to battle the lethal pandemic. Consequently, the Group has additionally participate with a promise of US$2 million over the entirety of its domains that falls under its ‘Power to Make a Difference’ program and is as a rule, explicitly focused to address a portion of the key quick prerequisites in the battle against COVID-19.
The funding will assist with the purchase and provision of critical needs such as ventilators, PPE, testing kits, food and supplies for the health care workers as well as supporting the all-important social distancing messages.
The Group has additionally connected with its customers to give cash flow relief to those heavily affected by the interruption achieved by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Out of this aggregate, an amount of US$200,000 has been reserved for Ghana. Among the recipients distinguished are President’s COVID-19 Trust Fund, Greater Accra Regional Hospital (Ridge), Kumasi South General Hospital, and together with the liberal help of our staff, to different networks likewise affected.