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first_imgThe Liberia Young Women Initiatives (LYWI) over the weekend launched what they termed the “Trash Ebola Project.”LYWI is a group organized to respond to various issues across the country, including female protection and development, health care, counseling, getting children off the streets and dealing with sanitation problems.According to the group’s executive director Madam Catherine D. Nyenawo, the Trash Ebola campaign is intended ‘to rescue and save humanity from Ebola.’She noted, “If young Liberian women had never been in the frontline of making positive change in the country, now is the time that they must take the bull by the horn and make every positive effort to uphold the pride of the state.”Speaking over the weekend during the launch of the campaign at the United Methodist Church compound at 13th in Street Sinkor, Monrovia, Madam Nyenawo called on young people across the country to work hard to ensure that Liberia is safe from the deadly disease that has claimed many lives and ravaged families and the entire nation.She clarified that LYWI was not established to fight against Ebola but rather against ills in society, particularly those meted out against women and children.  Securing a brighter future for young Liberian women remains cardinal in this difficult period, she asserted.“We joined the fight against Ebola since the inception of the outbreak in the country, and we are proud of being a part of this effort.“Prior to the launch of the ‘Trash Ebola Project,’ the women have traveled throughout Liberia engaging quarantined communities, made contributions and offered encouragement through counseling.“We need over US$15,000 for what we have started. We have spent a little over US$5,000 in different communities in this Ebola fight,” Madam Nyenawo stated.Alfalit representative George S. Stewart, Jr. commended the young women for their initiatives, pledging his organization’s commitment to partner with them in whatever way his organization can support their efforts.For her part, the executive director of the Special Emergency Activity to Restore Children’s Hope (SEARCH), Madam Sundah G. Wilson, lauded the group for “taking a bold step in combating Ebola and other vices in the country.” SEARCH is a local non-governmental organization (NGO) catering to the needs of children.Madam Wilson on behalf of SEARCH, donated five buckets of Chlorox, five cartons of tide soap and a carton of sanitary pads for the young women to distribute in the various communities they visit. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_img0Shares0000Kylian MbappeLONDON, United Kingdom, Oct 2 – Pep Guardiola says a move for Kylian Mbappe is not a likely scenario for Manchester City.The France and Paris Saint-Germain star has been shining in Ligue 1 again for his club this season. PSG, who face Red Star Belgrade in the Champions League on Wednesday, are top of their domestic league with maximum points but lost to Liverpool in their opening European fixture.As City prepare to face Hoffenheim, after losing their opener to Lyon, manager Guardiola has dismissed reports in the press of a move for the 19-year-old, involving the sale of Raheem Sterling to help finance a deal.Speaking at his press conference, the former Barcelona and Bayern boss said: “That is not going to happen. Sometimes I don’t understand where the news comes from.“Manchester City don’t have, and are not going to spend, the money that maybe Mbappe deserves, or PSG deserves.“PSG is not going to sell this kind of player to any other club in the world for the next years, I guess. So that is not going to happen.“Mbappe is not going to come here and we are not going to swap Raheem [Sterling] or another top player that we have.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more