ROBERTSFIELD HIGHWAY, August 13,2020-WTVNEWS: In an urgent response to a recent report of Women’s TV – Liberia, the office of the first lady of Liberia Madame Clar Marie Weah today donated both food and non-food items to Ms. Ellen Garpoe; a mother of a triplet born in march of this year in Margibi county. The donation was done through the CLAR HOPE FOUNDATION; a humanitarian organization owned and operated by Liberia’s first lady Mrs. Clar M. Weah.

The CEO of Women’s TV- Liberia Ms. Lisa Tenneh Diasay, who used her humanitarian journalistic prowess to first bring these circumstances to public attentions, led a multi-tasked delegation of media practitioners and staffer of the CLAR HOPE FOUNDATION to the residence of the struggling mother Ellen Garpoe in BoYstown community, district #1, Margibi County.

Representing the CLAR HOPE FOUNDATION at the occasion were James Kortu, Kayea Dorbor and others. Speaking on behalf of the foundation was Ms. Dorbor who said the following: “ after following the publication of Women’s’ TV-Liberia recently, the office of the first lady Madame Clar Marie Weah decided to provide you these food and non-food items as a way of contributing to the growth and caretaking of your three kids. We understand that you have challenges taking care of them and we hope that these materials we’re donating are actually used for the intended purpose.”

For her part, Ms. Ellen Garpoe, a mother of a triplet extended special thanks to the First Lady of Liberia for this extreme generosity exhibited by her through her CLAR HOPE FOUNDATION for their children and family. At the conclusion, Ms. Lisa Tenneh Diasay; the CEO of a newly established emerging gender-sensitive media empire in the Republic of Liberia, expressed absolute excitement for the level of attention her dream has gained in just a little over a week now. “As we move forward, we are hoping to reach out to get the stories of most less fortunate people in society shared with the public. We only hope those philanthropists out there are willing to follow our workings and other things going forward.” She concluded.

Meanwhile, the Management of Women’s TV-Liberia wishes to call on its followers to contribute to making its dream to change the patriarchy narratives of professionalism achievable.

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