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Emmanuel Dahn Foundation Dedicates New Clinic In District 8

The Emmanuel Dawn Foundation (EDF) on Saturday dedicated a newly constructed clinic for the people of District 8.
Speaking at the ceremony held at the clinic’s edifice opposite the Monrovia Central Prison, the head of the EDF, Emmanuel Dahn said that this gesture is a means of giving back to his country and people.
Mr. Dahn mentioned that the services of the clinic will alleviate the spread of malaria and curtail the death cases of cholera among adults and children.
According to him, the construction took over 2 years with the approximate cost of over $ 25,000 United States Dollars.
He noted that ‘FREE TREATMENT’ will be given to children from 0 to 5 years, adding that minimum price will be given to adults and those above 5 for the upkeep of the clinic’s service delivery.
Mr. Dahn stated furthered that they are here to give new life to the people of the district and that this is part of his vision, noting that they must serve as a shining star in their community and district.
He then thanked the women group and his supporters, family members and sponsors in the diaspora for making the project a successful one and named the clinic NEW LIFE.
Also speaking, the Vice Chairman for Administration, Eric Solomon Biawogee said that the today marked a new day in the life of South Beach people and that they are grateful for such a milestone initiative.
Biawogee recommended that there should be a slot given to citizens of District #7 who are medical practitioners, which will help reduce the unemployment rate in their district.
The Clinic is equipped with medical and Laboratory testers and machines along with spacious wards for males and females with pediatric as well as a pharmacy stocked with drugs and trained health practitioners.

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