President George Manneh Weah has appointed Madam Mary Broh, Director-General of the General Services Agency to serve National Response Coordinator for the Executive Committee on Coronavirus in Liberia.
Madam Broh will provide supervision toward a single set of national strategic objectives for defeating the Coronavirus disease.
She will also coordinate the national COVID-19 multi-sectorial response plan, in coordination with the United Nations (UN), donor partners, Ministry of Health and National Public Health Institute of Liberia (NPHIL).
The President has also appointed FindaBundoo as the National Compliance Manager of the Executive Committee on Coronavirus, ECOC.
Madam Bundoo is charged with the responsibility of monitoring the overall allocation and disbursement of the response logistics and resources.
In consultation with the National Response Coordinator, Madam Bundoo will ensure timely delivery and accounting for supplies directed to the fight against Coronavirus in the country.
Both appointments, which have a term of nine months, became necessary following recommendations made by the United Nations particular, the World Health Organization, which were aimed at further enhancing the national response, as cases here begin to spike.
It is also based on a decision from a consultative meeting held between the Special Presidential Advisory Committee on Coronavirus and partners.
During the discussions, a decision was made to move away from the current system of advisory and consultative meetings to operational and community-oriented outreach. Both persons have the full support and backing of the UN.
Madam Broh and Bundoo, who are required to report directly to President Weah, will liaise with health authorities on the Incident Management Team and heed their counsel, where necessary.