On behalf of the Government and people of Sierra Leone, the Permanent Mission of Sierra Leone to the United Nations in New York , through an official communication, has extended thanks and appreciation to all the UN Secretary General, His Excellency Mr. Ban Ki-Moon , international development partners, stakeholders , multilateral organizations and all permanent and observer missions of the UN for their tremendous assistance to the country which contributed to the containment and defeat of the ebola outbreak .
The Mission notes with satisfaction that it was the heroism of the Sierra Leone Government and people and the invaluable assistance provided the country by the UN, international stakeholders, donors and goodwill nations that helped her establish the medical, logistical and technical capacity to successfully bring the outbreak to an end.
As the country strives to develop a more resilient and capable health care system and infrastructure to confront any future outbreaks, the Mission looks forward to more fruitful collaboration with the UN and all international stakeholders and organizations as the country enters the period of recovery and reconstruction.
As part of His Excellency Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma’s 2007 manifesto promise to promote participatory governance in the West African state of sierra Leone, the National Publicity and Outreach Coordinator […]
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