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OSIWA Donates to ELWA Ebola Center

first_imgWith the dire needs of Ebola centers to get more support  from local and international partners to carry out smoothly  their operations, the Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA) has donated several items, including used  clothes, lappas, bed sheets, chlorine and disinfectants, to ELWA Ebola Center II.The donation was made last Friday.Speaking during the donation ceremony in Monrovia, the country director for Liberia OSIWA, Madam Massa Crayton, her organization’s  donation came about as an effort to help eradicate the Ebola disease in the country.She said she understood that Ebola is being kicked out of the country, noting that the cases are reducing. At the same time, however, everyone should join in the fight against the killer disease.“We decided to donate these items to help fight the disease because OSIWA is an organization that takes  initiatives.”She called on all Liberians global partners to help fight the disease and save the country from the disaster.The manager of ELWA Ebola Center II, Mr. Nathaniel Dovillie, expressed  appreciation to OSIWA for the support which the organization continues to give in the fight against Ebola. He recalled that OSIWA recently donated a Toyota Pickup to the health Ministry in the fight against the virus.The ELWA ETU II center had  been working tirelessly in making sure that patients who get to the Ebola center receive better treatment and make sure that more lives are saved.“We are now reporting empty beds and there are not enough patients in the Ebola center.Mr.Dovellie gave the OSIWA delegation the good news that 15 persons were being discharged last Friday or Saturday.He said the center had discharge nine Ebola survivors last week and there were 48 cases of Ebola in the center as of Friday.  The center is doing all it can to release more survivors shortly.OSIWA follows the development of open societies by supporting and building partnerships with local and regional groups that promote inclusive democratic governance, transparency and accountability, and active citizenship.The organization helped create and spin off the West Africa Civil Society Institute, a pioneering institution dedicated to building and strengthening civil society organizations. The initiative also supports public education and awareness-raising activities on human rights issues, natural resources management, and freedom of information. The Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA) is active in 10 countries in the region (Benin, Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, and Sierra Leone) and focuses on law, justice and human rights, and economic and political governance.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

UPDATED: MEN HURT IN DONEGAL CRASH ARE TWO BROTHERS OF TRIPLETS

first_imgThe two young men involved in a serious road crash yesterday are two brothers from a set of triplets.The men, named locally as Graham and Grant Wilder, from Strabane, are both in hospital after the overnight collision.The 24 year olds were in a car which crashed on the N14 at Galdonagh near Drumoghill off the main Letterkenny to Lifford road. Grant, who was believed to be drivng, was being treated at Letterkenny General Hospital, where his condition is serious but stable.Graham, the passenger of white Peugeot 205, suffered more serious head injuries and was transferred to Beaumont hospital in Dublin with serious head injuries.A technical examination of the area has been completed.A local source said the crash happened near a bend on the road around 4am. The incident follows several weeks where increased garda patrols had helped to reduce the number of road traffic collisions.PIctures by: NewspixirlEndsUPDATED: MEN HURT IN DONEGAL CRASH ARE TWO BROTHERS OF TRIPLETS was last modified: May 30th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Work On Cornwall Regional Hospital to Be Completed in 2018/19 Fiscal Year

first_img Phase II of the Cornwall Regional Hospital Rehabilitation project, which includes significant work on the ventilation system, is expected to be completed in the 2018/19 fiscal year. Story Highlights Phase II of the Cornwall Regional Hospital Rehabilitation project, which includes significant work on the ventilation system, is expected to be completed in the 2018/19 fiscal year.This was disclosed by Governor-General, His Excellency the Most Hon. Sir Patrick Allen, while delivering the 2018/19 Throne Speech in Parliament on February 15.Citing other programmes that will be undertaken by the Administration in the health sector, he said priority will continue to be placed on the promotion of a healthy and active lifestyle as a means of countering the ongoing epidemic of non-communicable diseases (NCDs), through the Jamaica Moves campaign.The Jamaica Moves campaign is the Government’s signature health promotion intervention, which places emphasis on increased physical activity, healthy eating and regular health checks.The Governor-General said the completion of the pre-investment works and breaking of ground for the construction of a Child and Adolescent Hospital in Western Jamaica will also be undertaken.He said the focus remains on creating a healthier Jamaica, and programmes to rehabilitate and make new investments in critical health infrastructure will continue.“Productivity of all sectors hinges on the health and well-being of our people, and while focusing on prevention, we must also continue to expand access and improve the quality of care to optimise the quality of life of all Jamaicans,” the Governor-General said.The Throne Speech was delivered under the theme ‘Continuing on the Path to Prosperity’. The Governor-General said the completion of the pre-investment works and breaking of ground for the construction of a Child and Adolescent Hospital in Western Jamaica will also be undertaken. Citing other programmes that will be undertaken by the Administration in the health sector, he said priority will continue to be placed on the promotion of a healthy and active lifestyle as a means of countering the ongoing epidemic of non-communicable diseases (NCDs), through the Jamaica Moves campaign.last_img read more