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Refuge Place Clinic Donates Ambulance to MCHT


first_imgThe proprietor and chief executive officer (CEO) of the Refuge Place Maternal Child and General Clinic, Dr. Musoka P. Fallah, on behalf of the clinical staff, has presented a second-hand new Nissan Pathfinder ambulance to the head of the Montserrado County Health Team (MCHT), Dr. Fred Amagashi.Dr. Fallah is a Liberian who undertook his medical studies in the United States, but has since returned home to contribute “free of charge” to the rebuilding of the education and health sectors.He is a visiting assistant professor at A. M. Dogliotti College of Medicine. Dr. Fallah has extensive experience working in humanitarian crises with Doctors Without Borders in Liberia (MSF) during the heat of the Liberia civil war. He has over five years of experience in development work. Dr. Fallah is currently working on a consultancy contract with a USAID-funded project to develop a program for the recruitment, training and deployment of community health officers. His clinic is located in Bassa Town, Lower Johnsonville, outside Monrovia. It offers 100 percent “free medical services” to the over 4,672 inhabitants of the community, which contains about 560 houses.The clinic, which operates on the motto, “Zero Deaths to Mothers and Children, was established last June, but was forced to shut down due to the unprecedented wave of the Ebola virus disease (EVD). It resumed full operations in October with 42 staffers that are divided into two groups; one of which is implementing the clinical outreach program, while the other works directly under the supervision of the officer-in-chargeThe ambulance presented yesterday, marked NG 0456, is valued at US$8,000. It was presented to Dr. Amagashi, Montserrado County Officer. The van is to be used by the MCHT mainly in the Gardnerville Community including Montserrado Electoral District #s 11, 12 and 13 respectively.According to Dr. Fallah, the presentation of the ambulance is part of the Refuge Place Clinic Administration’s effort to identify with the government through the authorities of the Ministry of Health, for use by the MCHT.“As a partner, we are happy that we intervened with relevant stakeholders during the Ebola fight even though we had some constrains since we are just a small partner, but we are concerned about maternal services. This is why we have presented the ambulance to bring the sick, but mainly the expected mothers to the nearby health facility when the need becomes necessary,” Dr. Fallah declared as he presented the van to Dr. Amagashi to a round of deafening applauses.Refuge Place Clinic Officer-In-Charge (OIC), N’Chung Eben, who presented the keys of the ambulance to Dr. Amagashi, outlined some of the challenges in the health delivery system, especially in the area of maternal care. She expressed confidence that with the coming aboard of Dr. Fallah, her staff would endeavor to restore confidence in patients when it comes to administering of services at the Refuge Place Clinic. Shortly after he received the ambulance, Dr. Amagashi said he was elated and gratified, while his assistant clinic supervisor, Levi O. Yarnay, described Dr. Fallah as someone who is not so strange, because he stood by the MOH during the Ebola fight last year. Yarnay said Dr. Fallah was one of the doctors that introduced the newest and best practice health delivery services to Johnsonville; as well as established community engagement and active case findings, which supported the fight that led to Ebola eradication from Liberia.Yesterday’s presentation ceremony was attended by an array of local officials, including the Gardnerville Township Commissioner, Vamba F. Kanneh. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more


These fans have one problem with Man United’s new kit and it’s not the shirt


first_img 2 Man United early kit history, as seen on historicalkits.co.uk @ManUtd Why change the shorts at Home from white to black? WHY?@adidasfootball @adidas pic.twitter.com/KB24f4BTuQ— Mallhar (@sixyardbox_) July 17, 2018 Jersey ok, shorts and socks being black and red instead of white and black is disappointing, should leave the home kit in its original colours.. wouldn’t see Liverpool wearing white socks and shorts— Adam Byrne (@Adam__Byrne) July 17, 2018 2 Eric Cantona in the 1992-94 away kit “The new shirt for Manchester United mixes the heritage and history of the club’s illustrious past, with modern technology and design innovation from adidas,” Inigo Turner, design director at adidas told manutd.com.“When designing the kit, we wanted to tell the story of the first incarnation of the United kit, 140 years ago. Originally, the team wore dark shorts, and we’ve reinterpreted this story in a bold and contemporary way, connecting the past to the future, and combining the very best in performance with street wearability.”Below, are a selection of tweets from Man United fans reacting to the club wearing black socks on their new home kit. It’s a good kit until you get to the black stripes. And the black shorts is sacrilege— GKW (@GKW1908) July 17, 2018 Home shirt look alright… but to change our colours from white shorts to black shorts AT HOME. I’m really annoyed. @ManUtd what’s going on? Not happy. #MUFC pic.twitter.com/4e7HmipG68— Hêlîn (@MUnitedGirl) July 17, 2018 Inspired by the past how exactly? Cos you’ve written Newton Heath on the advertising campaign? Can’t remember us regularly playing in black shorts and red socks in the past. Garbage— Michael Walker (@mikeywalker15) July 17, 2018center_img Doesn’t look to bad when you look at it like this pic.twitter.com/Ka1OncbZhi— Scott Worsfold (@ScottWorsy) July 17, 2018 I really don’t want to complain…. But ffs why the black shorts? Just why? Playing at old trafford now seems like an away game!— Stan (@Mufc_Stan_G) July 17, 2018 Manchester United were never going to be able to please everyone when they released their new home kit.But while some fans quite liked the new shirt, even if it was a bit different from previous offerings, many have been turned off by the decision to go for black shorts.United, though, haven’t always been ‘red’. Not a huge fan of @ManUtd new home kit. More so because tradition has been broken with black shorts and red socks 🔴⚪⚫— Jordan (@JM121189) July 17, 2018 When formed in 1878, they were known as Newton Heath LYR and wore green and yellow/gold shortly after their founding. They even paid tribute to this in their away kit (1992-1994). Manchester United were truly born in 1902 when the club’s name was changed and red was adopted. @ManUtd Well, you really have let us down with this years home kit! I think most fans will agree. Black shorts & red socks! Were the designers on the piss when they came up with that idea?— Adam Robinson (@Robbolad14) July 17, 2018 It’s the black shorts that make the whole kit look wrong. Sorry but its a NO from me.— 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 Nath🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 (@Nathl80) July 17, 2018 New @ManUtd home kit has grown on me. Didn’t really like it at first. Who cares as long as we play well in it! #MUFC #Adidas #NewKit #Pogba #JLingz #Heretocreate #NewtonHeath #Railwaymen #ManUtd 🙌🏽🔴⚽️🚂 pic.twitter.com/m5HbsZm9rb— Lee Ellison (@Jellee_Ellison) July 17, 2018last_img read more