Young Professionals Boost Ebola Survivors At Hastings
Freetown, Oct. 23, 014 (MOHS) – A local Non-governmental humanitarian organisation, Young Professionals has donated food and non-food items to 45 survivors discharged at the Hastings Ebola Treatment Centre. (Photo:Lawyer Brima Kargbo making the donation through the Deputy Health Minister II
Presenting the items, an Executive member, Lawyer Brima Kargbo described the medical personnel in the front-line as the Bai Bureh and Sengbe Piehs of Sierra Leone in the fight to contain the Ebola outbreak in the country. “We are celebrating such a huge success at the centre.” Lawyer Kargbo joyfully said.
He called on Sierra Leoneans to help contribute in the fight against the deadly disease, adding that no contribution at this difficult time will be consider small in the current crisis.
He commended the efforts of the ministry for the good work, and reiterated their commitment to do more in complimenting the efforts of Government.
The Coordinator at the Centre, Dr. Santigie Sesay noted the continued support by Young Professionals, maintaining that the items would be very essential for the wellbeing of the survivors.
In a related development, the Sierra Leone Business women Hub, an organization promoting the education and welfare of women and the girl child also donated toiletries and other items to the survivors.
The presentation was done on behalf of the group by one of the members.
BY IDRISSA CONTEH (INTERN, MOHS)
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