Home > The Ndlovu Youth Choir: Helping stop the spread of Covid-19 in Africa

News
The Ndlovu Youth Choir: Helping stop the spread of Covid-19 in Africa

Description

They come from a community in South Africa with limited access to running water, so this talented group of performers, the Ndlovu Youth Choir, made a video on how to safely wash your hands using a bucket as a defence against the coronavirus. This group are used to their songs going viral, like with the 2018 cover of Ed Sheeran's ‘Shape of you’ or you might know them because of their appearance on the TV show America’s Got Talent, which made them a global phenomenon.

Added on the 21/05/2020 08:45:00 - Copyright : France 24 EN

To customise your video :

Or Create an account

More videos on the subject

  • Rio's favelas are on their own to stop the spread of COVID-19

    A team of volunteers sprays disinfectants in Rio de Janeiro’s favelas to stop the spread of COVID-19, saying that the government is not serving these poor neighborhoods, which have to fend for themselves against the pandemic.

    05/08/2020 - AFP EN
  • Brazil tries to stop COVID-19 spread within indigenous territory

    Amajari (Brazil), 1 Jul (EFE), (Camera: Alba Santandreu).- Coronavirus has spread to the largest indigenous community in Brazil, threatening the historical guardians of the Amazon. After centuries of fighting for their right to continue with their traditional way of life, the Yanomami people now face a silent enemy that has already killed at least four members of the ethnic group, including three babies. Their villages are located in the bowels of the Amazon jungle, an area of ??nine million hectares which is similar in size to Austria and home to 28,000 people. FOOTAGE OF THE SUPPORT EFFORTS AND STATEMENTS BY ROBSON DA SILVA, SECRETARY OF INDIGENOUS HEALTH TRANSLATIONS:"WE ARE BRINGING VARIOUS INPUTS AND MATERIALS FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONALS TO USE IN (HEALTH) CARE. THE GOAL IS TO SERVE INDIGENOUS AND NON-INDIGENOUS PEOPLES IN THE INTERIOR OF (THE STATE OF) RORAIMA"."ONE OF OUR CONCERNS IS TO CONDUCT AN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SURVEY OF THE SITUATION. IT SEEMS TO BE UNDER CONTROL, AND WE HAVE INDIGENOUS HEALTH PROFESSIONALS IN THESE AREAS. OUR AIM IS TO CARRY OUT NOT ONLY THE COVID-19 RELATED SURVEY, BUT ALSO TO PROVIDE OTHER SERVICES SUCH AS GYNAECOLOGY, INFECTIOUS DISEASE, PAEDIATRICS AND GENERAL CLINIC"."IT IS IMPORTANT TO EMPHASIZE THAT INDIGENOUS PEOPLES ALSO CIRCULATE, TRADE AND BARTER WITH OTHER PEOPLE, TODAY WE HAVE (FOR THE EXPANSION OF THE COVID) THE ACTION OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AND ALSO ANY EXTERNAL CONTACT THEY MAY HAVE IN THAT REGION".

    01/07/2020 - EFE Inglés
  • Wat Pho temple closed for foreign tourists to stop spread of Covid-19

    Bangkok, Jun 13 (EFE/EPA).- (Camera: Narong Sangnak) Foreign tourists have been banned from visiting Wat Pho temple, one of Bangkok's most popular tourist attractions, in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus.FOOTAGE OF BANGKOK'S WAT PHO TEMPLE.

    13/06/2020 - EFE Inglés
  • Human contact tracing underway in France to stop spread of COVID-19

    Euronews talks to GPs at the centre of France's human contact tracing initiative

    28/05/2020 - Euronews EN