The African continent hasn’t been as badly impacted by the coronavirus pandemic as other countries in the world so far, but new cases are on the rise and governments have introduced social distancing measures.
And while the pandemic is bad for business, some African entrepreneurs have stepped up to be part of the solution and are seeing new opportunities.
Frequent and thorough washing of hands with soap and warm water is one of the most effective ways of preventing the spread of infectious diseases.
But according to Water Aid, four in 10 people around the world have no access to basic hand washing facilities.
One of the ways in which the coronavirus is spread is via contaminated surfaces. Getting into the habit of regular hand washing can prevent infections, but the virus can still spread as people tend to touch the tap and other things around them.