EBOLA OUTBREAK APPEAL
Our plan is to provide a free healdth care check center for those in poorer communities without clean water, sanitation and health care facilities in Sierra Leone, West Africa. We are also engaged international relief programs providing food, clothes and schooling to orphans of victims of EBOLA.
Two to Three Years Depending on Funds
Charity information: The PM Charity Foundation UK
Major Health Issues and outbreak of diseases as a result of lack of clean drinking water and poor sanitation facilities.
Our object is to reduce the risk of outbreaks by providing eductaion on prevention and care of own community.
TO HELP POORER COMMUNITIES ESCAPE THE STRANGLEHOLD OF POVERTY AND DEPRIVATION
Activities» EBOLA DONATION APPEAL
We are putting in place a free Health Care Check Centre which will provide the opportunity for people to be checked and referred for treatment and provided medication.
This project will bring about improved health care to to poorer communities especially nursing mother and children who are prone to infections and exposed to outbreaks. Our project will help reduce the risk of outbreaks and improve lives.
The major risks will be insufficient funding to put up the structures as well as the donation of medical equipments and medicines. However, we will continue to place our appeal and continue with what we are doing until all our targets are met.
We will contact those who have agreed to be contacted. Otherwise, our projects will be listed on our website and other social media pages.
Budget - Project Cost: £25,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £25,000 SHIPPING AND DISTRIBUTION COST SHIPPING DONATED ITEMS TO SIERRA LEONE
Sierra Leone West Africa
Women, children and those from poorer and vulnerable communities
We are working with grassroot organisation and the local communities to address this issues. We are understand the local communities and the local issues and have been addressing them for a since 2007.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Mr Paul MassaquoiI
Founder and Trustee Chairman
Miss Shalom Senoga