Nmah Clark Family Identifies With Residents of Montserrado, Margibi and Bomi Counties

A charity group, Nmah Clarke Family Humanitarian Aid or NCFHA has donated assorted food and non-food items to several residents in Montserrado, Margibi and Bomi counties.

Residents in the three counties were seen jubilation, as they received assorted items at the weekend and on Christmas day.

Logan Town on the Bushrod Island, Krakpacon in Marshall, Margibi County and in Swen Mecca, Bomi County were communities that benefited.

More than three hundred residents in area visited received a 25kg bag of rice each. Farina Beans, red oil, cubes, corn meal, sugar, powder soap, clothes and shoes were also distributed.

In Swen Mecca, Bomi County, the Nmah Clarke Family Humanitarian Aid (NCFHA) donated to the Mecca Village School stationeries, while the pupils received copy books, pencils, sharpener, and toys. 

The United States-based charity organization further promised to offer 20 scholarships to deserving female students between the ages of 7 to 19. The estimate cost of the materials donated is US$22,000.

Since its inception in 2016, The Nmah-Clarke Family Humanitarian Aid, Incorporated been involved in humanitarian work, especially assisting underprivileged in Liberia. 

 

Madam Tuoroh Nmah and her husband, Delarno Clarke, owners of the humanitarian charity, are based in the United States and are currently visiting the country to give back to the needy.

By: M. Trojan Kiazolu

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