Bassa Youth On Door-To-Door Ebola Campaign
By Lawrence Hoff
The Bassa Youth Caucus, the parent body of all youth organizations in Grand Bassa County embarked on a door-to-door, house-to-house; community-to-community Ebola sensitization campaign sponsored and supported by Arcelor Mittal Liberia during the senatorial election campaign in Bassa and the theme of the campaign was (MAKE BASSA EBOLA-FREE).
Over 75 persons were trained to go out in the various communities with flyers and other preventive items telling the people to be very careful how they go about the campaign, because Ebola is still in Liberia and it’s real, so everyone must work together to kick Ebola out of the country.
Mr. Abraham Sando, who is the President of the Bassa Youth Caucus said it was the organization’s way of helping to prevent lives during the senatorial election campaign, with the emerging of one or two new cases in the county.
He also made mention of President Sirleaf’s zero new cases in the country before December 25, 2014, and said they are also in line with the President and would work assiduously to reach that goal within Bassa during that period.