The Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI) within the Ministry of Health has honored the outgoing EPI Specialist of the World Health Organization (WHO).
A release from the ministry said Dr. Zakari Wamba was honored for his contribution in improving EPI activities in the country.
Dr. Wamba who was described as selfless and opened minded is leaving Liberia after being retired.
Speaking at the program, Deputy Health Minister Dr. Francis Kateh thanked the outgoing WHO personnel for his service to the ministry, Liberia and the world as a whole,
Dr. Kateh called on him to remain as ambassador for Liberia as his time in the country would never be forgotten.
During the program, the EPI unit gowned Dr. Wamba for his enormous services to Liberia and its people.
EPI Program Manager Adolphus Clarke said he would remain grateful to the outgoing WHO EPI Specialist for his invaluable services to the country.
In response, Dr. Wamba thanked the Ministry of Health for the honor and promised to be ambassador for Liberia.
The honoring program coincided with the climax of the EPI second quarterly Review Meeting which was aimed at taking stocks and work out prospects.