The Catholic Justice and Peace Commission (JPC) has identified with several Ebola victim’s surviving orphans and affected family members in Dolo Town in Margibi County.
The JPC has been working in the area for the past three months carrying out psychological support to affect persons such as orphans, survivors and affected family members in the area.
Speaking at the donation, the Acting National Director of JPC, Pilate Johnson said while it is true that the JPC has been talking to survivors, orphans and affected family members that all is not lost and that there is still hope after this deadly Eblola virus.
Mr. Johnson told the group that JPC has come to put smile on their faces during this time of the festive season.
The JPC acting boss said the effort of the JPC was done through the help of some friends of JPC in Germany who care for Liberians during this Ebola crisis. He said the message to the people of Dolo Town is that the hope is still there during this time of the season.
Receiving the items, the chairman of the Ebola survivors in Dolo’s Town, Isaac Cee, said they were happy that the JPC could think about them during this season while they continue so to think about their love ones they have lost in the hands of Eblola.
He wants JPC to ask her partners to move another step by helping them move their lives by assisting them get back on their feet. Items given by the JPC included rice, oil and clothes.