PPAL Launches Maternal Health Service Project
The Planned Parenthood Association of Liberia has officially launched the Maternal and New-Born Health Services Project at its Headquarters’ Clinic in Monrovia value at over two hundred thousand United States Dollars.
According to a release, the essence of the Health Services is aimed at improving Maternal and Child Health Care in Liberia.
The keynote speaker at the launching program, Maki Kawamoto said, the Japanese Government is deeply committed to supporting Liberia’s efforts in reducing maternal mortality and New-born morbidity.
Madam Kawamoto further noted that given the importance of the project or Clinic, the Planned Parenthood Association of Liberia will maximize the capacity of the clinic to benefit its people for many years to come.
Giving the overview of the Project, the Program Manager of PPAL, Ernree Muku Bee assured, the Public of twenty four seven electricity for the provision of services to improved pregnant women’s health and their babies.
She noted that the objective of the program is to complement the efforts of the Ministry Health and Social Welfare in minimizing the incidence of Maternal Mortality and New-Born morbidity.
In remarks, the Executive Director of PPAL, Miatta Karen Kiawu lauded, the Japanese Government for the project and promised to live up to expectation for more to come. The President of the Association, Stevenson Seidi also commended the same Government for their commitment and collaboration with PPAL.