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distribution process by the Anglican Church

Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Freetown, Rt. Rev. Thomas A. I. Wilson, recently led a delegation to the Northern Region and the Peninsular villages in the Western Area to distribute disinfectants and hygienic kits to encourage the hand washing prevention method and medical/protective supplies for health workers in the two health facilities of the Diocese – New Life Clinic at Lungi and Sierra Leone Rural Health Clinic in Port Loko Town.

Thomas Vandi Gbow

Ola During Children’s Hospital on Fourah Bay Road, Freetown, can now boast of a well-spacious Ebola Isolation Unit outside its hospital premise following the gratis

Provision of a land measuring 0.5 acres within Bishop’s Court, which is adjacent to the hospital.

The Anglican Church provided the land for the construction of a temporary Holding Unit during the period of Ebola crisis before it would be handed back to the church according to a Memorandum of Understanding.

Cecil Cole Showers

The Anglican Diocese of Freetown has joined the fray in supporting Government’s efforts to fight the outbreak of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) that was first confirmed in Sierra Leone in May this year. The Anglican Church has graciously provided a land measuring 0.5 acres for the Ola During Children’s Hospital at Fourah Bay Street for the construction of a well spacious Ebola Isolation Unit. The Unit would be used for screening patients especially children and their parents before they could be transferred to an Ebola centre for treatment when the necessity arises.

Cecil Cole-Showers Jnr