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UMW Identifies With Physically Challenged In Bong

By Exodus Weah—-Bong County
The United Methodist Women in Liberia Saturday February 8, 2020 identified with people living with disabilities in Bong County with over 50 Mobility Carts.
Speaking during the distribution ceremony at the United Methodist compound in Gbarnga, the President of the UMW in Liberia Dr. Muriel V. Nelson and the Directress of Women’s work, Pastor Rose Farhat told journalists that the process was intended to identify with physically challenged residents of the County as mean showing empathy.
The duo explained that the distribution of the Mobility Carts is part of a five-year strategy plan of the United Methodist Women in Liberia aim at impacting the health sector and empowering the physically challenged Liberians.
The UMW President and Directress of Women’s work narrated that the distribution process will target youth, women, men and children who are living with disabilities in Gbarnga.
According to Dr. Muriel V. Nelson and Pastor Rose R .Farhat the initiative by the United Methodist Women is in partnership with Mobility International Inc. that was launched in the Country to carter to needed Liberians.
Both Dr. Nelson and Pastor Farhat during the ceremony cautioned the recipients to use the Mobility Carts for the purpose intended; something they believe will motivate the United Methodist Women and partners to continue.
Taking delivery of the carts at the Methodist Compound in Gbarnga the recipients lauded the UMW and Mobility International for recognizing them as people living with disabilities in Gbarnga and coming to their aid.
Winston Varwolu, Anthony Tokpah and Korto Kollie were some of the physically challenged individuals who termed the event as rewarding and promised to use the Mobility Carts for the reason donated.
“We use to walk long distances with our sticks because of the lack of carts, many time we tried stopping bike but the bike riders will pass by us because of our conditions” Korto, Winston and Anthony told journalists in Gbarnga.
Samuel Forkpah a 19-year-old six grade student joyfully explained that the mobility cart received will help reduce the transportation burden on his parents.
In a related development, the United Methodist Women headed by its President Dr. Muriel V. Nelson disclose that on February 17, 2020 they will be breaking ground at the United Methodist compound in Gbarnga for the construction of a multipurpose manufacture center.
The center according to Dr. Nelson will be used to produce and repair mobility carts as well as help vulnerable youths commonly known as zogos at the Methodist bush and other parts of the County to undergo skill training to be useful members of the society.
The UMW narrated that during the ground broking ceremony additional mobility carts will be distributed to another group of physically challenged residents of the county.
The United Methodist Women comprises of a conglomeration of several astute women of the United Methodist church of Liberia has in addition to providing Mobility Carts are also providing scholarships to their members most in the rural areas.

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