Two civil wars left Liberia with no reliable source of a health care system. The Women Global Cancer Initiative was driven to plan the first post-war pathology lab at JFK Memorial Hospital.
We aided the organization with the design and shipping from the United States to Liberia of custom counters and cabinets for the pathology lab. What was once a 4,000 sq. foot storage, was turned into a new workspace for students to be properly taught and trained.
The new pathology lab included new epoxy resin counters, metal front cabinets, and shelving. We are grateful to be able to make a difference in the lives of many people.
I want to thank all of you for your patience with me, support, and generosity for making this “soft opening” come to light, and now the students can be properly trained. Most importantly you are truly making a difference to the lives of so many people. I am very grateful to work with all of you and hope this amazing collaboration will continue.