ALISS Donates Medical Drugs, Others To Two Health Facilities
On Friday, 5 July 2019, Mr. Chidi Enechuku donated on behalf of the Association of Liberians in South Sudan (ALISS) assorted drugs and turnover the construction of a Well to two health facilities outside Monrovia.
The total value of the drugs and well is approximately US$ 4,000 and the ceremony was held at both health facilities.
The assorted drugs were given to the Redemption Hospital in Bushrod Island and the well construction to Agape Health Clinic in Paynesville City which are providing invaluable health services.
Speaking at the Redemption Hospital, Mr. Chidi Enechuku describes the healthcare system as a major challenge and that every possible measure must be put in place to address the situation.
Mr. Enechuku is the Vice President of ALISS and Chairs the Project Committee of the association.
He asserted that his group undertaking is an effort to help improve health outcomes for patients and communities.
This is our way of giving back to Liberia, The Liberian Professional stated. The IT Professional promise that ALISS will continue to identify projects that will help to strengthen the healthcare system but also mention that his association cannot fulfill all the wants but can provide some of the needs.
John Shakpeh, Nursing Director at the Redemption Hospital lauded Members of the Association of Liberians in South Sudan for their timely support and encourages the group to continue undertaking such initiative which is germane in addressing some of the challenges in the health sector.
He promised that the donation of the assorted drugs will be used for the intended purpose. At the same, Dr. Balleh, a medical doctor at Agape Clinic labeled the construction and presentation of a well at the health facility as a golden milestone that will forever be remembered in the history of the clinic.
He also used the occasion to express his gratitude to ALISS and encourage other Liberian professional groups working outside the country to emulate ALISS.
It can be recalled that during the Ebola Outbreak, ALISS raised US$ 6000.00 for the Ministry of Health to help fight against the epidemic disease and also provide 125 school chairs to two public schools in Montserrado and Margibi Counties respectively.