Disabled persons are often marginalized and discriminated against in Liberia, making it hard to access the education system, the job market, and health services.
A limited supply of rice on the market is causing concern among many Liberians. Although the government says there is enough rice in the country to last until December, wholesalers and retailers are all reporting a shortage of rice.
People with visual impairments in River Cess are saying the lack of any support from the government is forcing them to go begging for handouts, even as the COVID-19 pandemic rages.
Pregnant women living in Margibi and rural Montserrado are staying away from health facilities in significant numbers during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to accounts from officials at health facilities in these areas.
An early morning storm on April 6 in the Goshen Community in Margibi removed the roof of a two-bedroom house occupied by a family of seven, leaving them homeless.
A six-year-old boy has been reported dead after a blue Nissan Sunny collided into him and sped away. The accident took place on Wednesday, October 30 on the Suakoko Highway near Fendall.
In the buildup to election day, the National Elections Commissionâ€™s Lower Bong magistrate boast of a high level of security prescribed to safe guide the elections process in Central Liberia.
A fire that gutted a 36-seater bus on Tuesday, Oct. 3 along the Suakoko Highway was found to have been started by a container filled with fuel stored at the back of the bus.