On April 2, 2016, thanks to the generosity of ADA Foundation Board member Oliver Moses and his wife, Alexis Moses, ADA opened the Children's Health Clinic at ADA (CHC-ADA), the first free children's health clinic in the country of Liberia. The day was celebrated by hundreds of families with a special performance of Liberian traditional dance.
Located within walking distance of the ADA School, the Clinic currently treats both ADA local children between the ages of birth and six years, with hopes of treating older children in the future. For the first time, these children will receive inoculations against common illnesses and have a record of their medical history created. If necessary, they will also be diagnosed and treated quickly for life-threatening diseases, such as malaria
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