-For Donating Drugs To Its Facilities
In the wake of the shortage of drugs at various health facilities across the Country, the Liberia Albino Society (LAS) has commended Government of Liberia for donating huge quantity of essential drugs to its health facilities.
According to the head of LAS Patricia Logan, the kind gesture by the Weah’s government to her humanitarian organization is timely especially when they are in desperate need of medical supplies to cater to their many patients.
Madam Logan assured national government that the gesture will be used for its intended purpose.
She said the donation of these drugs has reinforced their energies to do more in the health sector by buttressing national government drive to provide the necessary services for its people.
“The donation of the health supplies came after few months of drugs shortages at both our facilities, Logan Town and Bensonville,” Madam Logan added.
The LAS boss lauded the humanitarian contribution of President Weah and his team at the Ministry of Health, Gender, Children and Social Protections including other key stakeholders to bring smile and relief back to their institution through the timely donation.
She said despite limited budgetary support, LAS remains committed to helping the country through its health and other humanitarian initiatives.
“LAS” has over the period rendered reasonable and free medical services to some vulnerable groups with the hope of saving lives. Contributed by Julius Konton.
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