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Asistentes al mercadillo solidario de San Juan de Dios de Santurtzi,

New edition of the market at Saint John of God of Santurtzi (Spain) to get funds for New Kru Town

SANTURTZI (SPAIN).- One more year, the San Juan de Dios Hospital of Santurtzi held a new edition of the sale intended to get funds for the New Kru Town Health Center in Monrovia.

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New Kru Town Health Center on Spanish TV

New Kru Town health center on Spanish TV

MONROVIA.- Last Sunday, Spanish TV program “Pueblo de Dios” (“People of God”) released another report based on the footage they got in Liberia. This one is about the New Kru Town Health Center and the work that the Sisters of the Inmaculate Conception and Hospitalier Sisters of Bennedict Menni are doing in Liberia.

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Br. Patrick Nshamdze, Minister Dr. Walter T. Gweningale, Mikel Tellaeche and Dr. Rudy Lukamba

Saint Joseph´s representatives meet Minister of Health and Social Welfare

MONROVIA.- Representatives of the Saint Joseph´s Catholic Hospital were kindly received on Wednesday by Minister of Health and Social Welfare, Dr. Walter T. Gweningale, whith whom they explained the last projects in which the hospital is involved.

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Blood donors in Saint Joseph´s Catholic Hospital

Blood donation drive

MONROVIA.- A blood donation drive was organized by the program Officer of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) at our Hospital on June 19th 2013. It is the ever first volunteer blood donation organized in and for the hospital. It was aimed at sensitizing people to donate freely to save the lives of those in need.

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President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf launches the new Fistula Unit and NGO Mujeres por Africa´s “Stop Fistula” project

MONROVIA.- President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, along with NGO Women For Africa´s president, Maria Teresa Fernandez de la Vega, officially launched the “Stop Fistula” Project today in the Saint Joseph´s Catholic Hospital. The project is aimed at preventing and provide care to victims of obstetric fistula, a condition which women may develop during prolonged and complicated delivery.

President Sirleaf and Madam Fernandez de la Vega (Photo: Adama B.Thompson / Executive Mansion)

President Sirleaf and Madam Fernandez de la Vega (Photo: Adama B.Thompson / Executive Mansion)

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and Maria Teresa Fernandez de la Vega, during the speech of Minister Julia Duncan Cassell (Photo: Mujeres por Africa)

President Sirleaf and Madam Fernandez de la Vega, during the speech of Minister Duncan (Photo: Mujeres por Africa)

Madam Fernandez de la Vega, President Sirleaf and Minister Duncan (Photo: Mujeres por Africa)

Madam Fernandez de la Vega, President Sirleaf and Minister Duncan (Photo: Mujeres por Africa)

President Sirleaf and Madam Fernandez de la Vega (Photo: Mujeres por Africa)

President Sirleaf and Madam Fernandez de la Vega (Photo: Mujeres por Africa)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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