LIBERIA: Dozens Of Orphans In West Point Receive Food And Clothing From More Than Me

In continuation of its support to the children of Liberia during this critical period in the face of the deadly Ebola virus attack, More Than Me, an American NGO on Monday distributed several food items, boxes of juice and clothing to children in the slum community of West Point who lost their parents as a result of the deadly virus.

The distribution, which lasted over three hours, included children from five months to seven years old queued out with their relatives to receive the relief items from Ms. Krubo Kowah, a social worker at More Than Me who spoke highly of her institution’s concern of the wellbeing of the orphans.

Ms. Kowah told the beneficiaries that this kind gesture on the part of More Than Me was aimed at showing concern for the wellbeing of the future leaders of Liberia.

Residents of the slum community including the Commissioner of the Township, Madam Miata Flowers praised More Than Me for its thoughtfulness and interest in the Liberian children, especially those children who lost their parents.

More Than Me has also been lauded by both residents of West Point and New Kru Town for its ambulance services; in picking up Ebola related patients for rapid medical treatment to the Ebola Treatment Centers from their communities.

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