Save the Children International Liberia Country Director, Greg Ramm
Save The Children Dedicates US$100k Center In Margibi
By Richard Baysah, LINA Margibi Count y Correspondent
KAKATA, November 17 (LINA) - The Country Director of Save the Children International has reaffirmed the support of the charity to the health care delivery system of Margibi County until the Ebola virus is eradicated from Liberia.
Greg Ramm gave the assurance over the weekend when his institution dedicated the first Community Care Center (CCC) in Dolo’s Town, Lower Margibi County, valued at US$100,000.
Dolo’s Town was one of the areas hardest-hit by Ebola in Margibi County, leading to the town being quarantined by the Liberian Government to contain further spread of the disease.
He said the 30-bed center will be manned by both local and international staff trained by Save the Children International.
He noted that all confirmed cases from the center will be transferred to the Ebola Treatment Unit in Kakata.
In remarks at the dedication ceremony, Margibi County Superintendent John Buway commended Save the Children for building a care center in Dolo’s Town, noting, “It will help save the lives of children and their parents.”