courtesy Adventist News Network

Joining forces in the fight against the spread of the coronavirus, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency in Brazil (ADRA) installed public “solidarity sinks” May 19, in the São José neighborhood, in Recife, Brazil’s fourth-largest city. The action is a protective measure for people on the street and takes into account the risk of contamination and the importance of hygiene for the whole society.

Aware of the need, volunteers came together to buy, assemble, and distribute handwashing hygiene stations so that this group in a vulnerable situation can be less exposed to the contagion.

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