Hands of Hope Foundation, a US-based charity currently in Liberia on its 6th outreach has dedicated a clinic in Weala District, Margibi County in partnership with the United Methodist Church here.
Hands of Hope Foundation is committed to developing faith based communities on the local, national and international levels through financial or direct assistance to individuals, families and organizations in meeting a wide variety of needs such as short-term housing, medical care, education, water, food, and clothing as well as a place for respite for ministers and their families.
The clinic will be used for surgical operations under the auspices of the United Methodist Church. The Rev. Paye Cooper Mondolo, Weala District Superintendent of the United Methodist Church said the project started March 2012 and costs US$30,000.
Rev. Mondolo said though the clinic is not completely freed, it is a non-profitable institution. The 2014 trip of Hands of Hope Foundation to Liberia focuses on four areas, including foundation’s church development and crusade, medical and education.
The charity, which was established on October 9, 2005, is based in Illinois, USA headed by Rev. Dr. Troy D. Benitone, Executive Director.