P.F.M. Gives Nutritional Supplies To ‘ELWA-2 Ebola Center’

By Edwin G. Wandah

The Pillar of Fire Ministries in Liberia (P.F.M.) has donated several nutritional supplies to the Management of the ELWA-2 Ebola Center in ELWA outside Monrovia. Those items given were several cartons of energy drinks, bottles of mineral water, and juices amongst others worth over hundreds of United States Dollars.

Making the presentation at the ELWA Hospital last week Thursday in Paynesville along the Roberts International Highway, Pillar of Fire Ministries Field Director and UNESCO Peace Ambassador to Liberia, Rev. Dr. J. Luther Tarpeh said that the Church has seen the damage being caused by the Ebola virus which has led to the untimely loss of lives of several Liberian citizens and foreign nationals living in the country.

According to Rev. Tarpeh, this is the time for all Liberians to rally support in galvanizing resources for the up-keep of patients currently being kept in the those Ebola holding centers.

UNESCO Peace Ambassador to Liberia, Rev. Dr. J. Luther Tarpeh who is also the founder for Transformation lauded the Government of Liberia for the support it continues to give various medical centers in the fight against the deadly Ebola virus in the country.

Receiving the items, ELWA Hospital Laboratory Technician, Uriah Glaybo lauded Rev. Tarpeh and the Pillar of Fire Ministries for the donation. According to Doctor Glaygbo, the Church of Liberia and other Humanitarian Organizations have been in support of those who have been infected with the deadly virus and are kept at the various centers.

Doctor Uriah Glaybo promised to further extend the message to Doctor Jerry Browne who was not present at the donation due to basic medical engagement.

The ELWA-2 Ebola Center was established by the Management of the ELWA Hospital and host close to fifty in-patients who are taken to the center on a daily basis. Currently, the center under the direct supervision of Dr. Jerry Browne and Co-medical Doctors has discharged a number of patients while a number of them are recovering and responding to early treatment.