By Lawrence T Hoff
BUCHANAN—Six medical facilities in Electoral District five in Grand Bassa county on Saturday, February 6, 2021 received several medical items and two generators from the GBOKPAYU Foundation.
GBOKPAYU Foundation is a Humanitarian Institution that was established 2016 under the Leadership of Mr. Thomas Alexander Goshua, prior to his election.
The items worth over US$5.000(Five thousand United States dollars) to the District Health Officer, Chris D. Quoih by the Wife of Electoral District five, Madam Vera Goshua.
Madam Goshua revealed that the donation was done to enable the inhabitants get access to good health care. She said that the health needs of the people was a priority
The 26 cartoons of essential Drugs were meant for the clinics in Little Kola,
Ceegbah, Compound number four, John Dean Town, Zondo Clinic and the Palm Bay facility; while the Generators are intended to enhance electricity activities at the Ceegbar and Compound number four Clinics.
Some of the drugs given include; Ampicillin, Amoxicillin, variety of fluids, paracetamol, worm medicine, needles and syringes among other key Drugs.
“The Drugs were purchased by means of consultation with the County Health Team for the selection of quality and most needed ones”, Mrs. Goshua said.
According to Health record, 36,596 residents will benefit from the donation in District 14 Clans.
The Statutory District Superintendent, Matthew Yarweh and other top health Practitioners joined the District Health Officer in expressing their appreciation to the GBOKPAYU Foundation and the Bassa Lawmaker for his continuous support to Citizens through health and other Development works.
They referenced past medical supplies made available by the Caucus Chairman, Hon. Goshua through the same Foundation.
“National government is supportive to the public health system, while the effort of the Representative is buttressing the government to ensure lasting solution to the limited drugs situation”; Quoin said, adding that the current medicine will last for more than three months.
The Statutory Superintendent, Matthew Yarweh and the Palm Bay Clinic Officer-in-Charge, Perry Dolo said such intervention will ease most of the critical health problems confronting their environment.