…Health Worker Asserts

                Madeline Konneh

Four nurses have safely returned home after being trained on proving Healthcare for Ear and Hearing diseases in Zimbia for the past ten months.

The nurses were sent to Zambia by the Church Aid Incorporated, the relief Department arm of the Apostolic Pentecostal Church International early this year

Those trained in healthcare for ear and hearing diseases include:Madeline Konneh, a nurse from the John F Kennedy Medical Center in Montserrado County, Hannah Neawah, nurse from the Government Hospital in Tubmanburg, Bomi County , Mr. Abel Fokpa, and Mr. Moses Bimman, both of   them are from Curran Lutheran Hospital in Lofa County. 

Speaking in an interview with journalists shortly after a Thanking service organized by Water in the Desert Apostolic Pentecostal Church International for their safe arrival in country over the weekend in Brewerville, the head of the four nurses, Madeline Konneh lauded Church Aid Incorporated for such a opportunity afforded them.

She also expressed thanks and appreciation to Bishop Kortu K .Brown, who is the overseer of Water in the Desert Apostolic Pentecostal Church International, the entire membership of the church for the opportunity and their prayers while they were away

Madam Madeline Konneh, noted that the training obtained by she and her colleagues from the Starkey Hearing Institute inZimbis, is very important on grounds that Healthcare for Ear and Hearing institution is not in the country.

She appealed to well many Liberians and the government of Liberia for the establishment of Ear and Hearing Healthcare Department at each hospital across the country, so the thatpeople living with such conditions will receive treatment.

Madam Madeline Konneh revealed that the establishment of such department of institution will help to fully carter to them through treatment. 

For his part, Bishop Kortu K. Brown, who is the overseer ofWater in the Desert Apostolic Pentecostal Church International, thanked God for their safe arrival by the four nurses in country over the weekend

According to him, plan is underway to have discussion with the government of Liberia and some international partners for the establishment of hearing and sounds department under the Ministry of  Health in the country.

Bishop Brown noted there is a need that people living with hearing complications in the country be carter once his plan meeting with stakeholders and National government is accepted.