MONROVIA, LIBERIA-Nurses and doctors assigned at the Government Hospital in Bomi County have a new residential facility.
It followed the construction of ten housing units by the Liberian Government through the Agency for Community Empowerment (LACE).
During the official dedication over the weekend, LACE Executive Director Quiwu Yeke said:” The project is a promise made and fulfilled by President George Weah.”
According to Mr. Yeke, during last year’s nationwide tour, President Weah promised to construct nurses and doctors’ quarter to ease the residential constrain faced by health workers assigned in the county.
Mr. Yeke said each of the units contains two rooms, a bathroom, kitchen and living room fully tiled.
Also speaking, Health Minister Dr. Wilhelmina Jallah described the residential facility as a great achievement.
Dr. Jallah said:” The more such facilities are built in every county for doctors and nurses, the more health workers would be motivated to take assignment outside Monrovia.”