Under Section Three, the draft Act says with the exception of the Armed Forces of Liberia's medical units and their establishments and materials, it shall not be lawful for any person to use or display for any purpose, the distinctive emblems of the Red Cross without the consent of the LNRCS
and the Ministry of Health.
In order to prevent the misuse and curtail other abuses of this emblem, we have decided to launch this campaign to ensure that our emblem is protected,' LNRCS Secretary General Madam Sayba T.
In another development, the LNRCS has made a provision of digital cameras and recorders for reporters of 14 community - based radio stations, excluding Montserrado County.Madam Tamba says the intention is for the beneficiaries to assist the National Red Cross Society in profiling the humanitarian needs across the country as well as alerting the institutions responsible to be able to respond in a timely manner.
James Davids, signed documents to the effect on Tuesday at the LNRCS Head office in Monrovia.
The Secretary General of the LNRCS Madam Sayba Tamba urges that as road users, whether pedestrians, riders, drivers or passengers, 'we all stand at risk but can reduce exposure to injuries and deaths.'
In Liberia, the LNRCS has been providing first aid training and kits across the country for decades, teaching techniques and actions necessary for preparedness and immediate response to assist casualties.
'Our first aid training is open to all, and we look forward to working with individuals, groups and communities to help make our roads safer for everyone,' the LNRCS says.
The Red Cross boss says this has affected the institution's chapters evidenced by the lack of programs and vulnerability in host communities LNRCS should be serving.
Clarke however says team spirit and resilience continue to resonate from collective passion to give back to the country.He discloses President George Weah and Vice President Jewel Howard Taylor have been empowering and giving dignity to disadvantaged young women through the LNRCS win program as a way of promoting the government's Pro-poor Agenda.
Having reflected on the crisis that rocked LNRCS in the recent past, Mr.
Lawrence Orowe thanked the LNRCS team of leaders, saying it is because of them the funds were being pulled to undertake the projects.
He also applauds the community people for working together in partnership with the LNRCS, informing the locals that the latrines and hand pumps belong to them.