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Ethiopian finalises distribution of Jack Ma’s 2nd round donation to Africa

Posted 22 April 2020 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines completed the flight and delivery of the second-round shipments of life saving medical supplies to fight COVID-19 donated by Jack Ma to all African countries.

 

The CEO of Ethiopian Airlines Group, Tewolde GebreMariam, said: “It is a special honour for the entire Ethiopian Airlines family to be selected as logistics partner and distribution hub for Africa by the Jack Ma foundation, our Prime Minster, WFP and the African CDC. This project which is running its second round of shipment delivery showed the true African integration in line with the AU Vision 2063. It is a role model for what Africa can achieve in its quest for continental integration. We are also happy to see the fruits of our multi hundred Million Dollars investment in Cargo infrastructure now coming to save Africa from the COVID-19.”

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