Dec 22, 2010, 12:35 PM
Adventist-Gambia Women's Ministry (SDA) last Sunday organised a set-setal at
the Jammeh Foundation for
"As a hospital", madam Admire Loum said, "we want to help the people live in a clean environment in order to promote good health. As the saying goes a clean environment is next to godliness." She noted that coming to the hospital, "we also bring small tokens to give to the sick patients like soaps and milk tins. I also thank President Jammeh for empowering Gambian women. Our role model is Her Excellency the vice president Dr Isatou Njie Saidy.
For his part, the director of SDA, Pastor Emmanuel Smith, also expressed profound gratitude to the women of the ministry for their turnout to make the hospital clean with support under the dynamic leadership of madam Admire.
Speaking earlier, The Jammeh Foundation administrator, Mr Saikou Ceesay, thanked the women of SDA for their participation during the exercise. He said as hospital members, we are very grateful for such a gesture. According to Mr Ceesay, the hospital is in the middle of the community in KMC with a population of 315,000 and 100,000 live within the vicinity of the hospital. He added that patients come all the way from Jiboro, Foni Kanuma and the North Bank Region and many other places to have a better treatment. He called on other people, individuals, NGO's and philanthropists to come forward to help the hospital.