Bong Miners in diaspora send help to Liberian hospital

The Association of Bong Miners (ABM) in the Diaspora is sending a 40-ft container filled with medical supplies and equipment, worth $250,000, to Liberia.

According to information provided by the association, the materials will be presented to the Bong Mines Hospital in Bong County. 
This is the first time the ABM is sending such a consignment to the hospital.The association hopes that the hospital will be one of the best in the country.
The association expressed gratitude to its members, friends, supporters and volunteers who made it possible.
In another development, the association will hold its annual national convention in Laurel, Maryland, the USA from July 5-7. During the convention, there will be elections, a business meeting, a charity ball, among others.
One Response to “Bong Miners in diaspora send help to Liberian hospital”
  1. I moved to Bong Mines when it was called (DELIMCO) German Liberian Mining Company in 1963. In 1964 we moved to the Compony Camp and I started attending Zaweata School. From Zaweata School I went to BWI in 1977 to 1980. After graduation, I matriculated to the United States in 1982. In 1984, I enrolled at Prairie View A&M University, Texas.
    In 1987, I graduated with a B.Sc. degree in Law Enforcement\Criminal Justice from Prairie View A&M University. In 1988, I earned my MA. Degrees in Sociology\Social Work from Prairie View A&M University, Texas. In 1989, I matriculated to Washington, D.C. to pursue my Ph.D. degree at Howard University, where I graduated in 1999 and majored in Conflict Management and Resolution with emphasis on International Relations, from the African Studies and Research Department with high concentration on African American and African Studies.
    I received an honorary Ph.D. in Blacology: Cultural Science Research and Development Institute.

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