NACSUL Backs Appointment of NPHIL Director-General-Designate

NACSUL Backs Appointment of NPHIL Director-General-Designate

MONROVIA,LIBERIA - The National Civil Society Union of Liberia (NACSUL) has urged the Liberian Senate to speedily confirm Madam Jane MaCauley as Director General of the National Public Health Institute of Liberia(NPHIL)-designate.

It can be recalled that a fortnight ago, President Dr. George Manneh Weah appointed Madam Jane MaCauley as Director General of NPHIL. In a press release issued in Monrovia at the weekend, the President of NACSUL, Mr. Amos B.S. Kanneh, says it overwhelmingly stands in support of public health expert’s confirmation by the Liberian Senate. NACSUL says it considers this appointment as a reality and effect of the president expressed objective to use his office to promote female participation in the government. “We hold the opinion that Madam Jane MaCauley is an informed and qualified by academic portfolio, person whose appointment is a step toward professionalizing the operations of NPHIL.

By academic competence, we wish to confirm that our background investigation into the academics of Madam Jane MaCauley shows thatEnrolled at the John Hopkins Bloomsburg school of Public Health for a certificate in global health practice and she is a holder of Master of Public Health- Environmental Health West Chester University, West Chester, Pennsylvania USA, Bachelor of Science-Sociology West Chester University, USA Associates in ScienceDelaware County Community College, Media Pennsylvania, USA Additionally, Madam MaCauley has undergone numerous training and is capacitated to discharge her functions as head of NPHIL with distinctive Clarity. Our research into the life of Madam Jane MaCauley shows that she is a woman of good moral standing, strong religious background and found of integrity and dutifulness,” the civil society group, among other things, added.
“ Once more we thank the president for granting her the opportunity to head the NPHIL as we caution her to, upon confirmation, discharge her ethical code and the rule of law of the Republic of Liberia,” the civil society group added in the press release.


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