Health facilities in the Lofa County, considered the epic-center of the just eliminated Ebola virus disease (EVD), continue to show gratitude to those, who stood by them during the crisis.
The Foya-Borma Hospital, a recipient of a 40-ft container of medical supplies from the United States during the heat of the crisis, has expressed thanks and appreciations to its partner organizations and individuals in the United States, who supported and identified with them during the heat of the Ebola crisis in Liberia.
Other health facilities in the county such as the Voinjama, Zorzor, Kolahun, Bolahun health facilities, which also benefited from the donated items added their voices to that of Foya-Borma hospital in lauding the partners for the gesture.
“Specials thanks go to these following organizations, institutions and individuals who were instrumental in sending a 40-ft container of medical supplies and equipment to us, especially those who made sure that the medical supplies were procured, packaged and transported to us,” Foya-Borma Hospital Administrator, Francis Fordia said.
Mr. Fordia named the donors to include MedShare of San Leandro, California – for Ebola specific logistic supplies and medical equipment; the Permanent Medical Group, Inc. of Central Valley Service Area, California – for financial contribution; and United Parcel Service (UPS) – for shipping and transportation cost from Monrovia to Foya.
He also thanked the Association of Citizens and Friends of Liberia (ACFL) of Sacramento, California; Liberian Association of Northern California (LANC) of Oakland, California and Friends of Foya-Borma Hospital, Inc. (FOFBA) of Indianapolis, Indiana.