WFP Donates US$35,000 Van to NDS


The World Food Program (WFP) has donated a vehicle valued at US$35,000 to the National Drug Service of Liberia (NDS). The donation was made on the compound of the John F. Kennedy Medical Center in the Monrovia.
WFP Country Director, Sory Ibrahim Ouane, presented the vehicle yesterday to authority of the NDS.
He described the donation as one that grew out of the organization’s desire to assist NDS with its supply chain management.
Ouane noted that the donation is also predicated upon the cardinal role NDS plays in the delivery of health services to Liberians.
NDS Managing Director, Beyan Johnson, who received the keys to the vehicle, thanked WFP for selecting his institution for the donation, noting that the vehicle will help reduce logistical constraints facing the NDS.
He added that the vehicle will also assist with the distribution and collection of data, which is a major function of the entity.
NDS, as an auxiliary of the Ministry of Health, has the mandate to store quality and essential drugs and distribute them to both public and private health facilities across the country.


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