AYPRC, Partners Identifies With Orphans In Margibi County

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By: Abraham Kollie ( Correspondent Margibi County )

African Youth Peer Review Committee (AYPRC) in collaboration with Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities (CADD) at the University of Houston Clear Lack ,USA has donated food and nonfood items to several institutions in Liberia.

Materials donated include 20 bags of 25kg rice, 65 eating plates, two cartons of soap, two tin of cooking oil and two cartons of salts.

Orphanages that benefited was the Future Children Orphanage Home, Peter W. Sayklon orphanage home and several people with disabilities in Kakata, Margibi County .

Speaking to our reporter on Wednesday August 26, 2020 in Kakata, the National Coordinator of AYPRC Mr. Jeddlee S. Kinnii said, the donation is part of their own way of identifying with the people living with disabilities in Liberia.

He noted that in such a troubling time, individuals with disabilities need to be attended to, most especially the orphans who have lost their parents and cannot provide for themselves.

Mr. Kinnii said,  their gesture was also prompted as a result of several calls made by people living with disabilities in Margibi County other parts of the country.

Receiving the donation, the administrator of the Children Future orphanage Home,  lauded AYPRC and its partners for the gesture and described it as timely.

Mr. Samuel D. Winnie said, the donation will greatly help them during this pandemic.

AYPRC in collaboration with its partner has also made several donations to the Children Future Orphanage Home in kakata and other people living with disabilities across Liberia during the Ebola crisis in 2014.

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