The leadership of the Ghanaian Community and the descendants Union in Liberia recently donated several items valued $2,800.00 United States Dollars to the Ministry of Health Ebola Treatment Center which is a newly established area for the fight against the deadly Ebola virus in the country.
The items donated by the organization include fifty hospital mattresses, ten cartons of clorax, ten cartons of detergents and fourteen packs of tissues.
Presenting the items on their behalf, the secretary general of the Ghanaian Community and the Descendants Union in Liberia, Mr. Moses Darpoh said the donation was their way of buttressing the efforts of the Government of Liberia in the fight against Ebola.
Mr. Darpoh added that whatever was provided at the Island Clinic Ebola Treatment center on Bushrod Island Monrovia was the Ghanaian Community and Descendants Union in the Country initial contribution to the MOH Ebola Treatment Center.
He promised that in the near future, the Ghanaian Community will provide additional assistance to the Ebola Treatment Center at the Island Clinic.
Speaking separately when they received the Ghanaian Community’s donation, the Director of the Ebola Treatment Center at the Island Clinic, Madam Roseline George on behalf of the Ministry of Health thanked the leadership of the Ghanaian Community for the donation.
For her part the World Health Organization (WHO) Medical Consultant at the Island Clinic Ebola Treatment Center, Dr. Atai Omoruluta expressed gratitude to the Ghanaian Community and the Descendants Union in Liberia for the items that they provided to the Center.
According to her, she was gratified by the number of hospital mattresses including the other sanitized materials donated to the Center adding that the items were provided by the organization at the time they were much needed, because since the Center opened the Ghanaian Community was the first to donate such needed items to the Center.
Dr. Omoruluta further appreciated the effort of the Ghanaian Community for thinking about the way people could be treated at the Ebola Treatment Center at the Island Clinic.
The World Health Organization’s Medical Consultant, Dr. Atai Omoruluta then called on the leadership of the Ghanaian Community and Descendants Union in Liberia to reach out to those in other communities to help educate them on the continuous prevention methods for the Ebola virus at all times.