The National Executive Directress of the Association of the Disabled Females International has warned that members of the association would [survive] the Ebola epidemic if they adhere to instructions on preventive measures.
A release quoted Madam Memai Hoff as reminding the Association’s members that “Ebola was actually real” and must be taken seriously. Madam Hoff made the admonition recently in the Slipway community in central Monrovia while identifying with the disabled females.
She presented several food items, including rice to disabled females and their male counterparts- most of whom were said to have come from West Point. Madam Hoff appealed to the government and its partners for assistance during these difficult times in Liberia, as plans were being made to extend the gesture to Grand Cape Mount and Bomi Counties.
An executive of the association, Mr. Glabo Dennis also told reporters that the concern of the Association of the Disabled Female International or ADFI, is to extend hands to the members, urging them to prevent Ebola and protect each other at all cost. Notwithstanding, a member of the association from West Point expressed disappointment because the distribution made in the township did not include many of them.