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FREETOWN, January 4, 2024

In a heartwarming display of compassion, First Lady Dr. Fatima Maada Bio extended the Joy of the New Year to patients facing healthcare challenges at Connaught Hospital in Freetown today. Radiant smiles illuminated the hospital rooms as both children and adults received joy-filled gift packs, a reminder that the festive spirit transcends the confines of hospital walls.

Representing the First Lady, her dedicated staff distributed vibrant gift packs, providing a welcome respite and a sprinkle of Christmas enchantment to those unable to celebrate at home. The genuine gesture elicited smiles and heartfelt gratitude from patients and hospital staff alike, underscoring the profound impact of empathy and compassion, especially during the holiday season.

This act of kindness seamlessly aligns with the First Lady’s unwavering commitment to supporting vulnerable communities and enhancing well-being throughout Sierra Leone. The visit to Connaught Hospital exemplifies her dedication to spreading joy and fostering a sense of community even in the midst of illness, reinforcing the notion that compassion knows no boundaries, especially during the festive season.

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