Medici Land Governance has donated 1200 raincoats to the Liberian Ministry of Justice through the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning to enable public servants to continue in their line of duty during the annual torrential rainfall.
The donation is geared towards enhancing the capacity of the security sector to enforce COVID-19 health regulations announced by the Ministry of Health.
The five government agencies receiving raincoats include Liberian National Police, Ministry of Finance, Liberian Land Authority, Liberian Immigration Service, Liberian Drug Enforcement Agency and the Executive Protection Services. The groups says this is part of its public benefit mission to empower individuals and to promote economic development.
“Medici Land Governance is proud to partner with the Liberian Ministry of Justice on COVID-19 recovery initiatives,” said Ali El Husseini, PhD, CEO of Medici Land Governance.
“MLG is committed to making a lasting impact in the communities where our partners and our customers call home, particularly in the global fight against COVID-19,” Mr. Husseini said. “Our partnership here is just beginning, and we will continue to provide support to help drive recovery and build resiliency for the people of Liberia,” he noted.
Making the presentation on behalf of the organization, Deputy Finance Minister for Administration Rebecca Y. McGill expressed hope that the items will be used for the purpose intended.
The Deputy Finance Minister stated that being appreciative for little could motivate partners to provide more for the people of Liberia, adding, “When you appreciate little, you will get”, and this is just the beginning.
For his part, Liberia’s Acting Justice Minister Cllr. Nyanti Tuan said the items donated by Medici Land Governance will enhance the capacity of the country’s joint security to perform better, and assured Medici that it would be used for the purpose intended.
“Medici Land Governance has enhanced our capacity as joint security of the country to perform better. We can assure them that these items will be used for the purpose intended” Cllr. Tuan noted.
Director General Marcus D. Zayee of the Liberia Drug Enforcement Agency (LDEA), praised Medici for the donation, stating that it will enable LDEA officers to discharge their function effectively.
Medici Land Governance leverages blockchain and other technologies (such as cryptography, AI and others) to support land governance, titling, and administration with a secure public record of land ownership.
Medici Land Governance supports agencies in the digitization of their current records, engendering trust and security in data by diminishing human error and accidental damage to records. –Press release