‘Women Of 60s’ Identifies With Orphans
By Jefferson D.Tweh
Non Profit Governmental Organization ‘Women of the Sixties’ has demonstrated its commitment, love by donating 10 bags of rice, four gallons of vegetable oil, one carton of tissues, one carton of power soap, one carton of toothpastes, one bale of comforters, three sacks of scarfs and three cartons of laundry soap to orphans and Ebola survivors in Banjor.
Making the presentation to the orphans and Ebola survivors last week Saturday in lower Montserrado County, Madam FatuTipoteh said the donation was intended to help orphans and Ebola survivors in the community.
Madam Tipoteh who is a member of the Sixties, explained that the deadly Ebola virus has destroyed many lives in the Banjor community and called on the community people not to discriminate against the Ebola survivors and orphans in the community rather they must be taken care of at all times because they have impact to make in society.
Also speaking on behalf of the Ebola survivors and orphans, Mr. Ishamel Kamara lauded the Women of the Sixties for the great contribution made to those Ebola survivors and orphans in the Banjor community.
Mr. Kamara explained that 128 persons are orphans while 48 persons survived from the deadly Ebola virus. However, Kamara has urged the Women of the Sixties to continue with its goodwill.