LINDA MUCKSON SESAY ANNOUNCED THE DONATION OF 40-FT CONTAINER FULL OF HOSPITAL BEDS TO THE GOVERNMENT OF SIERRA LEONE
40-FT CONTAINER FULL OF HOSPITAL BEDS WAS DONATED TO THE GOVERNMENT OF SIERRA LEONE
The Community health foundation was founded by Linda Muckson Sesay a registered nurse in the United States of America. She is the Executive Director of the foundation. The Community health foundation is a non-governmental charitable organization based in the U.S. The foundation is determined to provide good health care for both pregnant women and children in Sierra Leone and they are also committed to work with the government to improve health care system in Sierra Leone.
On the GoSL to fight Coronavirus She called for all Sierra Leoneans to unite as she present and donate these hospital beds (Shipment) to the government of Sierra Leone. These shipment are meant to help support the government medical treatment facilities in the country. CHF Inc. recognizes the importance of strengthening the health care system particularly at a time when the country is fighting against corvid-19 global pandemic.
The Executive Director appreciated the government of Sierra Leone for its support in carrying a duty waiver that facilitates the consignment clearance at the Queen Elizabeth water-quay in Freetown. She also thank everyone who donated and supported in the cause this project both in Sierra Leone and U.S. at the end of her calls. This action indicates a sign of commitment to working hand in hand with the non-governmental organization to tackle problems in our country.
The secretary-general and founding member of Community Health foundation Mr. Francis Turay says that without lowering the organization’s commitment to maternal and infant care, the foundation believes that all Sierra Leoneans at home and abroad, must come together and donate whatever resources are available to support the Government of Sierra Leone’s battle against the Corona Virus.
The management has promised to maintain its commitment to improving the healthcare system in Sierra Leone and to opening a modern women’s health center by 2021 in Mile 91 after this pandemic.
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