Muslim Aid Gambia, Muslim AID UK and AmeriCares Donate Medicines To RVTH Worth Over D24M
Tuesday, May 05, 2009
These medicines were handed over to Royal Victoria Teaching Hospital (RVTH) Donation Committee and the Management Committee by Alh. Sheikh Ahmad Tejan Wadda the Director of Muslim Aid
Medical Director of the RVTH Dr. Mbowe and its line ministry the office of her Excellence the Vice President for their tireless efforts in ensuring the donation of The medicines to The Gambia. Muslim Aid is a relief and development agency established in 1985and working in over 70 countries with field offices in Bangladesh, Bosnia, Cambodia, Gambia, Indonesia, India, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Lebanon, Pakistan, Somalia, Sri Lanka and Sudan we work with all in need regardless of their race, region, gender and nationality or political opinion and specialised in providing emergency relief including food, shelter and medical support capacity building through water, sanitation and health programs; education and skill training macro finance and income generation in additional to providing special programs such as orphan care. As well as supplying practical help, Muslim Aid assist communities in examining the root causes of poverty and underdevelopment, and in advocating for a more just world and sustainable future.
Dr Tamsir Mbowe Chief Medical director RVTH thanks Muslim Aid for their immense contribution towards the health sector.
Author: Pa Modou Faal