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Rescue Youth for Change Joins The Fight Against COVID 19

As the fight against the deadly coronavirus continues in Liberia, a charity and nonprofit organization, Rescue Youth for Change Liberia (RYCL) over the weekend kicks off its distributions and community awareness in Paynesville City outside Monrovia.
Rescue Youth for Change Liberia (RYCL) is a non for nonprofit and charity Organization founded January 2019 by a young Liberian Journalist, Alfred Kollie with the purpose of giving back to society especially underprivileged in Liberia and the World at large.
Rescue Youth for Change Liberia (RYCL) is involved in several initiatives including Charity as its main focus, Education, Youth Empowerment, Entrepreneurship, Health (Mental Health) and Community base Developmental initiatives in Liberia.
Speaking recently during the distributions and start of its community awareness in the Samuel Dahn Community on the GSA road in Paynesville City, the organization Deputy Director Juah M. Doeyou said it is the organization own way of identifying with communities in Paynesville.
According to Miss Doeyou, the assorted item which is value three hundred United States dollars which include powder tar soap and Clorox were distributed to homes with hands washing buckets in the GSA road Communities to over fifty homes respectively.
According to Madam Doeyou the organization is not waiting for government or partners to donate before it can identify with residents in their community but noted that now is the time for everyone to get involve in their little way.
“we are basically in the communities to encourage the people to follow and abide by the preventative measure announced by health authorities and stop the spread of the virus, coronavirus is real and it kills, therefore we are appealing to our parents not to doubt but to follow all the measures” MS. Doeyou encouraged.
The Deputy Director of Rescue Youth for Change Liberia is challenging Liberians to especially young people to avoid social gathering as the country continue its fight against COVID-19.
”I am mainly calling and appealing to young people based on our activities to stop all social activities that will put our life, family and communities as risk and observed all the measures announced by government in the best interest of mama Liberia” she noted.
For his part, GSA Road Community Chairman Dave Nynumah Fokonyulu thanked the organization for such a great initiative beginning with the GSA road.
”I am very much exited seeing young people taking on huge task without support from government or community in giving back their community, I am happy and inspired by the work of young people in my community, I think if the sixteen blocs in my community can do same, it will be a great help to us” Fokonyulu said.
According to the GSA road Chairman, the fight should be a collective one that needs everyone intervention if Liberia must win the battle against the deadly COVID-19.
Receiving the donation one of the recipients, Mrs. Comfort D. Dahn lauded the organization for helping its residents in the fight against COVID-19.
Madam Dahn is meanwhile calling on government and international partners for more support to Liberians in order to curtail the spread of the virus.
Presenting the items, the Organization Communication Officer Sema Z. Doe said the organization is buttressing government effort in the country.
” I am asking all Liberians be officials non officials to respect health regulations, no need panic all we need is to follow all the preventative measures” MR. Doe explained. By Alfred Kollie,

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