The First Lady of Sierra Leone receives the medical aid from Aurora

19.11.14

Aurora has formally  donated 2000 kilos of medicines and medical supplies for the treatment of Ebola patients to the republic of Sierra Leone through the First Lady Mrs. Sia Nyama Koroma.

Donating the items, on Monday the 17th of November, the Chairman of the Foundation Olafur Olafsson said that Aurora understands that the Ebola is a huge problem in Sierra Leone, which requires every support possible.  That is why the Foundation is donating the items as its contribution to the fight against Ebola.

He went on to say that we must not put everything on hold because of the health crisis, adding that life needs to continue and what needs to be done should be done, as there will be life after the Ebola has been adequately tackled.

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Photo of the Chairman of the Aurora Foundation with the First Lady of SIerra Leone Sia Nyama Koroma

Receiving the donated items, the First Lady said she was extremely pleased that the Foundation decided to come into the country at a time when other people are scaring away. She thanked
Aurora for the donation adding that the items are extreemely helpful in the fight against Ebola.

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Photo of Olafur and Paul with some of the donated medical supplies

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