Redemption Hospital gets donation
Efforts to improve Liberia’s healthcare system are not only being taken on the local front, rather, well- meaning compatriots in the Diaspora are too galvanizing their meager resources to help in bettering the system. This was witnessed when the Liberian Nurses Association in Dallas Fort Worth, TX, the United States of America launched a project aimed at helping to improve Liberia’s health sector, decimated by years of turmoil and recently the Ebola epidemic.
A representative of the US based group, Mr. Thomas Woahloe said they are beginning the launch of the project with a donation of materials worth Ten thousand United States Dollars to the Redemption hospital in the borough of New Kru town.
Mr. Thomas Woahloe told the staffs and other visitors during the presentation of One Hundred and fifty pieces of bed sheets in May that the donation was made available by a group of Liberians Nurses based in Dallas Fort Worth, TX.
According to Mr. Thomas Woahloe the donation was the organization’s own way of identifying with the health sector of Liberia, using the Redemption hospital for the first phase of the project.
She also stressed the need for a stronger partnership with the Redemption Hospital and other health facilities across the country.
Receiving the donation on behalf of the Redemption Hospital Dr. Mohammed Sankoh, the Medical Director of the hospital thanked the Liberian Nurses Association based in Dallas Worth, TX for the donation and promised that the items will be used for the intended purpose. Dr. Sankor also said the donation came in at the right time. Dr. Mohammed pray for God’s blessing upon the organization.