A Liberian construction company, Shariam Group, has dedicated over six units of modern health facilities in Todee, Lower Montserrado County. The facilities, which were dedicated by the group, is part of the Todee Health Center under the sponsorship of the Ministry of Health (MoH) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).
Sheik Musa A. Nyei, chief executive officer (CEO) and director of the Shariam Group, said that the facilities include a modern laundry room with modern equipment, a giant size water tower and kitchen.
The cost of the construction, according to Nyei, is valued at US$50,000.
He said the work was implemented by Liberian engineers, adding that the MoH in collaboration with UNICEF hired the company to construct the modern facilities.
Nyei, a young Liberian engineer who is also a businessman working with a financial savings club, believes that for the country to rapidly develop, the concept of saving money must be taken into serious consideration as a recipe for national development.
The officer-in-charge (OIC) of the Todee Health Center, Philip Gonpu, expressed great satisfaction with the level of work the company has done in constructing the facility.
He stressed that it is important for such a project to be carried out in the 15 political subdivisions of Liberia so as to build and provide a good health delivery service for the people.