The Friends of Ambassador Jeremiah Sulunteh (FOS) have embarked on the distribution of 150 pieces of anti-Ebola kits to health centers across Margibi County.
Each of the kits contains 5 pieces of personal protective equipment, soaps, sanitizers, water guides, Clorox, nose protectors and hand gloves among others.
Some of the health centers the benefited from the distribution include the Weala Community Clinic, John Wesley United Methodist Clinic the Baypolu Community Clinic, Peter Town Community Clinic, Cinta Township Community Clinic, Kendei Medical Clinic and the SRC Clinic among others.
Presenting the kits Monday to the officers-in charge at the various clinics, the District Five Coordinator of the Friends of Sulunteh, Nathaniel Teagbay said the distribution is meant to remind health workers at the various health centers that the virus still exists and that they should be protected when treating sick people.
Mr. Teagbay noted that the materials were sent to the country by Ambassador Sulunteh in continuation of the fight against the deadly Ebola virus.
According to him, the materials were made available to him by a group called People Helping People International Development Relief Foundation based in Canada.
The FOS Coordinator disclosed that the items were given to the Ambassador in order to buttress his effort in helping Liberians in the fight against the virus.
He said from the beginning of Ebola outbreak in the country, the Ambassador has been helping in the containment of the virus by providing preventive materials for his citizens.
Mr. Teagbay at the same time called on health workers not to be complacent with the report of no new cases in the country.