LOEP donors have responded to the new challenge since the re-opening was announced. More than 60 new LOEP Handwashing Stations are being distributed to schools and clinics in rural Liberia. The Handwashing Stations will help schools meet the new health requirements in time for the February 16 opening date. LOEP has also provided "no contact" thermometers for health screening of teachers and students to monitor for symptoms of illness. This is a new disease prevention measure that has been put in place because of the Ebola crisis.
Rosa Allen, LOEP's Volunteer Field Officer, works with LOEP's teacher volunteers preparing the Handwashing Stations for distribution to schools in time for School Re-Opening!