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NACA Donates Medical, Educational Supplies To Cape Mount
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NACA Donates Medical, Educational Supplies To Cape Mount

MONROVIA, September 17 (LINA) -The National Association of Cape Mountainians in the Americas (NACA) has donated a container of medical and educational supplies to the people of Grand Cape Mount County.

According to a release issued Friday, items donated include hospital beds, wheel chairs, drugs and anti-Ebola materials.

Also donated are surgical materials, foam dispenser, reading books, and several other materials intended to address the health needs of the county.

Speaking at the turning over ceremony of the materials in Tienii Town, Tewor District, Grand Cape Mount County, the Coordinator of NACA in Liberia, Mr. Abbas Bundu, said the donation is part of the association’s way of identifying with the people of Cape Mount County after the deadly Ebola virus outbreak which killed over 4,000 Liberians.

In remarks, Grand Cape Mount County Superintendent Tenneh S. Kpadebah, thanked the NACA family for the donation, noting that it will go a long in addressing some of the medical and educational problems affecting the county.

She said the donation signifies that Cape Mountainians in the Americas care about the wellbeing of their brothers and sisters back home in Liberia, and pointed out that the medical supplies will help to strengthen the capacity of the County Health Team.

Superintendent Kpadebah called on citizens to continue to take preventive measures by washing their hands regularly to help prevent them from contracting diseases.

She disclosed that the supplies would be distributed to various clinics, health centers, schools and the St. Timothy Government Hospital in
Robertsport City.

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