WSH and WSBAK jointly maintain quarantine centre at LFI Dimapur

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 5/28/2020 9:31:43 AM IST

Western Sümi Hoho (WSH) and Western Sümi Baptist Akukuhou Küqhakulu (WSBAK) have joined hands to manage a quarantine centre at Livingstone Foundation International (LFI), Kevijaü/Thahekhu, Dimapur Nagaland. 

A press release from LFI QC media team stated that, centre is being run by the generous contributions from members of WSH and WSBAK and well wishers. As on May 28, there are 155 females quarantined in the centre from 3 districts, where centre has the capacity to host 200 at a time and it is open to any citizen of Nagaland. 
Facilities provided at the centre where items are prepared for each quarantined individual includes bed, bedspread, pillow and cover, bucket, personal dustbin, mug, tea cup, sachets of milk, tea, sugar and coffee, tooth brush and paste, new testament Bible by Gideon International, game of life book (Sümi Version) by Biblica/WSBAK, packets of chips and wafers, bathing soap, washing soap, shampoo, hand sanitizer, face mask, surprise gift pack from lfi. each room has been provided with extension cord, electric boiler, mosquito repellent, broom, mop, dust pan, packaged drinking water, jar for drinking water refill, common dustbin, electric water dispenser, free WiFi, first aid 24/7, power back up 24/7, security 24/7, counselors available and evening ministry. Sümi delicacy breakfast, lunch and dinner will be provided. 


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