The Nyonblee Cares Foundation, a non-political but purely humanitarian organization, is said to be making headway in Grand Bassa County as it has embarked on a project called “Stop the Spread of Ebola”.
Speaking to the Daily Observer in Grand Bassa County, the project coordinator of “Stop the Spread of Ebola,” Abba G. Karnga, Jr., disclosed that the foundation helps vulnerable people, promotes education youth activities and gives scholarships to needy students at all levels in private schools.
Mr. Karnga said the foundation focuses on adult literacy in Buchanan, and social activities in all levels of schools, without discrimination. It also promotes a fear-reduction campaign and case identification.
He pointed out that the foundation has currently joined other organizations to fight against the spread of Ebola.
In this vein, the foundation has been donating Ebola preventive materials, food, sacks of water, and other supplements to affected communities and families including. It also engages in counseling.
The foundation continues to set up hand washing points in various overcrowded communities in Buchanan and its environs, said Mr. Karnga
He names the communities where the hand washing points are as Open Bible, Korduah, Dirt Hole, Biafra, Sawmill, Jerko Town, Central and Upper Buchanan, Gorzohn and the Liberian government hospital.
He advised the recipients to make maximum use of the items in order to help curtail the spread of Ebola. Some of the items also reach various quarantine centers to support inmates during the 21-day observation so they can survive.
He urged other humanitarian organizations and good will personalities to help fight the deadly Ebola virus and stop politicizing the situation as people are dying.
The recipients separately commended the Nyonblee Cares Foundation for the gestures and prayed that other humanitarian organizations and good will persons would emulate the good examples of the foundation to assist the affected people and communities so that the deadly Ebola virus will be eradicated from Liberian.