Nitritex donates seven pallets of Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) to protect the healthcare workers during the current Ebola crisis
Seven pallets of Personal Protection Equipment on their way from Nitritex to Sierra Leone
Following the outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa, Nitritex was among the first to donate and help the Emergency Ebola Appeal from Scotia Aid-Sierra Leone. The charity was set up in 2010 to improve the lives of the people of Sierra Leone through educational and social programmes, with the emphasis on helping the large numbers of children whose lives are controlled by the streets.
Nitritex was happy to donate seven pallets of Personal Protection Equipment (PPE), including disposable coveralls, aprons, and more than 200,000 gloves to protect the healthcare workers helping to save lives during this crisis.