The Catholic Justice and Peace Commission (JPC) has identified with several Ebola survivors, orphans and affected family members in Dolo Town, Margibi County.
The JPC has been working in the community for the past three months carrying out psychosocial support to affected persons including orphans, survivors and affected family members.
Speaking at a donation program, acting National Director of JPC Pilate Johnson told the beneficiaries that JPC has come to put smiles on their faces during the festive season.
The JPC acting boss said the donation was made possible through the help of some friends of the Commission in Germany who are concerned about Liberians during the Ebola crisis.
He told residents of Dolo Town (one of the communities that were highly hit by the Ebola virus) that there is still hope despite the effects of the Ebola virus and urged them to continue the preventive measures.
In response, the Chairman of Dolo Town Ebola survivors Isaac See lauded JPC for identifying with them and appealed for the Commission's continuous assistance.
Items donated include rice, oil, clothing, among others.