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Moulder organization clean SK hospital

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By Momodou Jawo

Moulder Impact Organisation The Gambia, has recently embarked on massive cleaning exercise at the Serekunda General Hospital in Kanifing.
The Organisation, according to its officials aims to impact life positively through education, health, sport and human rights among others.
The cleaning exercise, officials added, is part of the organization’s commitment to participate toward national building.

Speaking after the exercise, the admin secretary of Serrekunda Hospital Bubacarr Sane dwelled on the significance of the exercise, while commending the organisation for embarking on such a crucial initiative.
“As young people of the country, we have to understand that nobody will come outside and develop the country for us. Therefore, it’s our responsibility to complement government’s efforts in order for them to accomplish its development aspirations,” he noted.
The admin secretary of Serekunda Hospital disclosed that almost 500 women deliver every month at the hospital.

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“If the hospital has good doctors and good equipment but the hospital environment is not clean patients will not get better,” he added.

Mr. Sane urged the participants to always engage in productive and meaningful issues and called on them desist from drugs and dangerous activities, while expressing optimism that the partnership between the Moulder Organisation and the hospital will continue.
The Chairman of the Organisation Lamin Buba Jatta spoke at length on importance of cleanliness. Moulder organisation, he said, is formed by young people who are ready to partake towards national development crusade.

Jatta explained that this year they are targeting to impact 500 lives, adding that the cleanliness exercise is the first of their initiative.
The Public Relations Officer of the Organisation Buba Y Bah and Hagie Drammeh both echoed similar sentiments. The organisation, they went on, is here to support and complement government’s effort in nation building.

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