In continuation of its fight against the deadly Ebola virus, More Than Me, an American NGO in Liberia has secured additional ambulances for the use by various two electoral districts in Monrovia through the Ministry of Health & Social Welfare.
For the past weeks this American NGO in partnership with the Ministry of Health & Social Welfare has been distributing hundreds of PPEs including buckets chlorine and motorcycles to several communities in Monrovia and its environs making sure that beneficiaries use these PPEs wisely.
The Operation Manager at More Than Me, Mr. Olu Williams who spearheaded the distribution of the motorcycles in the four electoral districts of Montserrado County in collaboration with a representative from the Ministry of Health & Social Welfare, Dr. Siedoh Freeman urged the recipients of the motorcycles to use them for the intended purpose.
The electoral districts 4, 5, 6, and 16 Ebola Task Force representatives who received the motorcycles from the More Than Me gestures praised the NGO for its support to their works, and noted that items presented will be used for the purpose intended .
According to Mr. Williams, the two ambulances that have been secured by the More Than Me will be given to two Montserrado County electoral districts through the Ebola Task Force of the Ministry of Health & Social Welfare for their proper usage.
Dr. Freeman who accompanied More Than Me team during the distribution of the motorcycles to the various benefited electoral districts also praised the NGO for its support to her ministry, and called on others to follow the ‘good example’ of the More Than Me.