UPSA launches One-year Student-Watchdog Initiative, dubbed “UPSA COVID-19 Ambassadors”

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The University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA), as part of efforts to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic on its campus, has launched a one-year student-watchdog initiative, dubbed “UPSA COVID-19 Ambassadors”.

Professor Charles Barnor, Pro-Vice Chancellor, UPSA, said it was aimed at empowering students through peer education on enhanced preventive protocols, symptoms, key messages and actions.

A total of 100 COVID-19 Ambassadors were inducted into office. They were made up of five students from each level/year group of each programme in the University, who have been equipped through training, with the skills, tools, and appropriate, identifiable attire to influence their peers.

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