LEP Donates Anti-Ebola Materials

As part of the measures to maintain zero no new cases of Ebola by the end of December, the Liberia Education Project (LEP) has donated several anti-Ebola materials to several communities in Grand Bassa and Bomi Counties.

The distribution of the materials took place over the weekend in several communities including Forceville, Hardfor, Diggs Town and Floh Town, amongst others. Others are Mondaygar Town and BIA Market, all in Grand Bassa County.

Presenting the items, the Chief Financial Officer of LEP called on residents of the communities and towns to keep the fire burning for the fight against Ebola.
Seelu Madehdou encouraged the residents to continue all measures announced by health practitioners to keep their communities safe and free of Ebola.

In separate response, community leaders, heads of markets and towns thanked LEP and promised to maintain the fight against Ebola.

They used the opportunity to call on other humanitarian organizations to copy the example of the LEP if the fight against Ebola must be successful.

The materials are being made possible through the LEP in partnership with Friends of Liberia in the United States of America.

At the same time, the local non-governmental organization, LEP has donated several anti-Ebola materials to several communities in Bomi County.

The materials were presented to towns, market places and villages in Vicent Town and Quendi Township, amongst others. Others are Cheesmanburg and Nezoe Town.

Items donated include Clorox, Klin tie soap and buckets.
Presenting the items, the Chief Financial Officer of LEP said it was her organization’s way of identifying with rural communities.

Mr. Mandehdou told residents that LEP in collaboration with Friends of Liberia in the US provided the items.
Receiving the items, the Township Commissioner of Queendi thanked LEP, saying the organization has demonstrated love for his people.

Thomas Cassell said awareness carried out by the organization has further strengthened measures put in place to fight the Ebola Virus.

According to him, the LEP Ebola Awareness team explained in depth the dangers and way forward for Ebola.
The donation in Bomi was a second in a series over the weekend.

Meanwhile, such donation is expected to take place in several towns and villages in Margibi County.
Places expected to benefit from the distribution of the anti-Ebola materials are Weala Market, Compound Market, Vahnyeanah Town and Velleygar Town, amongst others.

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