The Network for the Development of Liberia Foundation (NETLIB) has donated an ambulance to the Movement for Capacity Change (MCC).
Presenting the Mercedes Ambulance along with some assorted medical supplies to Edna Sarnor, the Executive Director of the Movement for Capacity Change (MCC) over the weekend, the Founder &Patron of the NETLIB Vocational Training Institute (NVTI), Abdullah Kamara said the donation is his foundation’s own way of contributing to the efforts of her organization in combating the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) in the country.
He said it was the concerted efforts of the media in Holland that led to the selection of the Movement for Capacity Change (MCC) to receive the donation of the ambulance along with some medical supplies.
He added that the donation will undoubtedly enhance the capacities of the organization in enabling it battle the virus and other diseases. Mr. Kamara then challenged Director Sarnor and her staff to use the donated items for the intended purpose so that future requests would be possible as he promised to monitor their activities.
According to the Founder& Patron of NVTI, since the establishment of the NETLIB Foundation in Holland in 2003 with the opening of his Institution in 2008 in Liberia, supports from Holland to his institution has been constant something he said has led to many young Liberians and others benefiting from vocational knowledge over the years.“ We will continue to mold the minds of the youths because that is the passion of our partners,” he pointed out.
In separate remarks, Madam Sarnor and Madam Louise Kamoh, Program Director expressed gratitude to NETLIB, Holland & NETLIB Vocational Institute (NVTI) Liberia for the donation and assured the donors that the ambulance as well as the other supplies will be used in the fight against the Ebola virus. They also promised to engage in other activities that will impact the lives of the people in the communities.