As the world suffers from the outbreak of the deadly Coronavirus, the Dougbe River Presbyterian School of Liberia is highly concerned about her students dwelling both on campus and at home with their parents within the communities, towns and villages in and around Glio/Twarbo Region, Konobo District.
Speaking with the Executive Director Mr. Isaac Monah via mobile phone, Mr. Monah expressed his concerns about the situation and he is hoping to see that preventive methods are taken throughout the region and especially on the mission. “I am currently in Ghana where I spent two days at the Ghanaian’s airport before the airport was closed. After that I was moved to a local hotel and quarantined for two weeks. At the end of the two weeks, I was released from the hotel and I had to find a place to stay whilst I wait for the next available flight to the US**”. Mr Monah expressed gratitude to the Ghanaian Government saying they took good care of him during the time he spent at the hotel on quarantine.
Whilst he is still trying to find his way out of Ghana to the US, Mr. Monah is appealing to all donors to support Dougbe River Presbyterian School of Liberia (DRPSL) so as to help students, staff, and residents of the area. He also urges the various communities, towns, and villages to follow all preventive measures and has asked the staff of the institution to engage the communities in open awareness meetings to sensitize them about the corona virus.