for Leadership and Management for Sustainable Development (CLMSD); a new non-governmental and not-for- profit social
development organisation has donated cleaning solutions to the Maternity Ward
of Soma Major Health Center in the Lower River Region.
Founder Jobarteh Fofana said the donation is a demonstration of his organization’s unwavering commitment and dedication to contribute to the development of the country in complementing government efforts and bringing difference in communities.
Mr. Jobarteh said the donation was specifically meant to improve the sanitary and hygiene condition at the ward, noting that the decision was underpinned by the fact that maternity ward is every newborn baby’s first point of entrance into the journey of new life. “Hence it is essential to keep the environment clean and hygienic to enhance healthier growth and development of new borns.”
Receiving the items on behalf of the Nurse in Charge, Alieu Sowe expressed appreciation to the donors on behalf of the management of the health facility for the gesture and assured the donor that the items would be put to good use to improve the sanitary condition of the ward.
Yahya Kinteh, secretary general of Sankwia Village Development Committee said they are committed to working with CLMSD to contribute in making positive changes in communities.