Monrovia- The Jefferson T. Kojiee Humanitarian Foundation has launched a five-day free treatment program for people living with disabilities in Monrovia and its surrounding.
The free treatment and distribution of usable materials for people living with disabilities were launched to the public at the Doe Community Climax on September 2, 2021.
Speaking at the launch of the program, the Executive Director of the Jefferson T. Kojiee Humanitarian Foundation, Henry Johnson, expressed delight for the foundation to reach out to help people who are underprivileged in helping government efforts in meeting the needs of people living with disabilities in the society.
Our Humanitarian Foundation is kicking up the birthday celebration of Mayor Jefferson T. Kojiee by giving back to the physically challenged community of District #14 and its surrounding.
“Giving back is such a graceful way of understanding God’s goodness and faithfulness in our lives and celebrating all others who have been supportive of this journey and continue to be, Johnson added.
The Executive Director of the Jefferson Kojiee Humanitarian Foundation at the same time expressed gratitude to God first and President George Weah for being there from the beginning of the journey till the end.
He explained that the foundation is in collaboration with the disabled session of the John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital; as such they kick off the program by presenting a huge consignment of disable usable materials and announcing free eyes treatment for those suffering from sight problems.
Speaking further, he explained that the foundation is engaged in helping people and giving back to society.
The Foundation’s goal he said, is to provide opportunities for the physically challenged in order to be independent and productive members of society.
Also speaking at the launching ceremony, the planning Program Committee officer for Mayor Jefferson Kojiee in the 2023 election, Richard W. Sewbge Jr, JTKH Foundation for providing opportunities that will enable people living with disabilities to be freely treated.
He encouraged the beneficiaries to be patient and closely work with the healthcare providers as they pursue their treatment, regardless of their condition.
“I want to encourage you to look at yourself, when you are hopeless and tell yourself that all is not lost yet, Saygbe urged the beneficiaries.
For her part, a 62-year-old beneficiary Blessing Toe, an old lady suffering from sight issues, explained that the Foundation has revived her eyesight as she experienced a terrible with her for the last 15 years.
She explained that since the outbreak of her eyes problem, life has been difficult for her to find food for her two grandchildren.
Meanwhile, the direct beneficiaries of the initiative are manor physically challenged people while those seriously challenged are told to visit the main hospital for further treatment.