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East Africa Airports COVID-19 Staff TrainingBy ATTA®
Safety handling supported by German Government
East Africa Airports COVID-19 staff training on safety measures is being conducted with the aim being to equip them to handle passengers. This program is being happening at the busiest airports in East Africa following 3 months of closure and is being funded through the German Government.
The East African Community (EAC) airports are getting Standard Operating Procedure (SOPs) training that involves key airport personnel.
In collaboration with the East African Community (EAC) Secretariat in Arusha, Tanzania, the German government through its Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ) is conducting the training with a focus on the safety, security, and health of passengers mostly on arrival.
The German Ambassador to Tanzania, Regina Hess, said the ongoing training is aimed to impart COVID-19 preparedness at air terminals in East Africa that are ready to handle tourists and other air travelers.