MIVA, Liliana Foundation donate Vehicle to Emmanuel Sisterhood to empower Vulnerable Rural Communities
In a heartwarming act of generosity, MIVA, an international organization dedicated to supporting development projects in developing countries, and the Liliana Foundation, through the EDID Program, have donated a vehicle to the Emmanuel Sisterhood of the Bafut Prowess. The vehicle will be instrumental in enabling the Emmanuel Sisters to reach vulnerable rural persons and provide them with essential services.
The Emmanuel Sisters are a dedicated group of women who have committed their lives to serving the most marginalized communities. They work tirelessly to provide healthcare, education, and other vital services to those in need. With this new vehicle, the Emmanuel Sisters will be able to expand their reach and provide even greater assistance to those they serve, making sure they can reach everyone in need.
“We are incredibly grateful for the generosity of MIVA and the Liliana Foundation,” said Sister Shalom of the Emmanuel Sisterhood. “This vehicle will make a world of difference in our ability to reach those in need and provide them with the essential services they deserve.”
The CBC Health Services Deputy Director of Administration and Finance, Mr. Warri Denis, echoed Sister Shalom’s sentiments, commending the Emmanuel Sisters for their dedication in serving others. “We are proud to see the Emmanuel Sisters receive the support they deserve, to continue in their important work,” he said. “This vehicle is a symbol of our joint commitment to helping those in need.”
The EDID Program Manager, Mrs. Agho Glory also expressed her satisfaction with the ongoing work of the Sisters and expressed gratitude to MIVA and the Liliana Foundation for their generous donation. “This vehicle will be a valuable asset to the Emmanuel Sisters and the communities they serve,” she said. “We are grateful for their partnership.” She further reiterated the commitment of the CBC Health Services as a Strategic Partner Organisation to MIVA, to continually support her Partner Organisations in the process of seeking, acquiring, and properly utilizing the resources needed to provide care to the vulnerable populations.
The Emmanuel Sisters, who have faced difficulties in reaching vulnerable children in remote areas, expressed their appreciation to the EDID Program for assisting them in getting the funding, and to the MIVA for considering their request valid enough.
“This vehicle will allow us to reach children in need who have never had access to basic healthcare services,” said one of the Emmanuel Sisters. “We are so grateful for the generosity of MIVA and the Liliana Foundation.”
The donation of the vehicle is a testament to the ongoing commitment of MIVA and the Liliana Foundation to supporting vulnerable communities around the world. With this new vehicle, the Emmanuel Sisters will be able to continue their important work of providing essential services to those in need.