The Buchanan City Corporation has finally presented its long-awaited annual report. Presented by the city mayor, the report highlights major challenges during the two years under review, as well as some prospects ahead.
Rider Liberia, the company that provides mechanical services to all vehicles of the Ministry of Health, has agreed to provide fuel to ambulances at the Liberian Government Hospital in Grand Bassa.
The Ministry of Health, in collaboration with authorities of Grand Bassa, has launched a Lassa Fever awareness in the countyâ€™s fourth district. Lassa Fever is a deadly disease caused by eating food, drinking water, or touching household items already contaminated by feces or urine of infected rodents.
At least one suspect identified as Emmanuel Kollie, aged 38, has been arrested in connection with the recent killing of a German national working for the International Consultant Capital in Buchanan, Grand Bassa.
The Grand Bassa detachment of the Liberia National Fire Service is warning that the lack of a fire truck is hampering its efforts to fight fire incidents in the county.
Grand Bassa residents are one step closer to introducing fees for services at the Buchanan Government Hospital after they embraced a proposal from a committee formed to raise funds for the hospital.
The National Public Health Institute of Liberia validated four important documents under the World Health Organizationâ€™s One Health Approach to public health. The One Health Approach is part of the WHOâ€™s multi-sectorial strategy to monitor and evaluate a countryâ€™s healthcare capacities under agreed-upon international health regulations.
Two new street televisions are going up in the capitals of Grand Bassa and River Cess, provided by the managing director of the National Port Authority, Bill Twehway, Twehway, a native of both counties, has had the large television screens mounted at key locations in the citiesâ€™ main streets.