MONROVIA-Cummings Africa Foundation, the Non-governmental arm of Alexander B Cummings has reached out to the health sector by donating to St. Joseph Catholic Hospital.
The items were presented to the institution by Wede Elliott-Brownell, Country Director for Cummings Africa Foundation (CAF).
During the donation, she said the Foundation made a commitment and reached out to several hospitals and clinics in five counties.
According to her, the outcome of the outreaches done by the CAF is the outcome of the donation starting with the Catholic Hospital.
She indicated that the donation to the institution officially starts the distribution process this week of medical supplies and equipment.
As part of what was donated include: 2Oxygen, Concentrators, 10 Oxygen Regulators, 15 Oximeters, 2,000 Gloves, 1,000 Face Mask, •5,000, Paracetamol Pills.
Other items the institution benefited also are 5,000 Zinc Pills, 6,000 Vitamin C Pills, 3,000 Azithromycin Pills, and 1,000 Selenium Pill.
The CAF Country Director said in addition, as requested, additional beds are to be delivered along with a consignment of cleaning and hygiene supplies.
She puts the value of their donation and related cost to Catholic Hospital, when the additional items are delivered, will exceed US$12,000.
“We intend to continue to support yours and other efforts to eradicate this deadly disease from our beloved Country” Wede Elliott-Brownell said.
She told the health workers that the Cummings Africa Foundation is a humanitarian organization established in 2015 by the Cummings Family headed by Mrs. Teresa Cummings.
“We are very pleased to be working with the St. Joseph Catholic Hospital in its efforts to fight COVID in Liberia, by establishing treatment centers in the hospital to focus on caring for COVID patients” she added.