Representatives from the National Security Administration, the Ministry of National Defense, and the Liberia National Police have been asked to appear before the Senate to address issues relating to claims made by Grand Gedeh’s Sen. Marshall Dennis on trans-border land conflicts in Gbarzon Statutory District involving Ivorians, Burkinabe, and Mozambicans.
After at least four schools resumed academic activities for the primary school levels, Grand Gedeh’s county health officer says he has ordered all schools operating classes from 5th grade to kindergarten to close, in line with guidance from the Ministry of Education.
The Zwedru Magisterial Court has released seven pre-trial detainees from the Zwedru Central Prison in order to ease congestion, as the nation fights the Coronavirus pandemic.
The educational charity Kids Educational Engagement Project, commonly known as KEEP, extended its national reading campaign to Zwedru, Grand Gedeh on Wednesday, Feb. 12.
The German aid organization Welthungerhilfe has climaxed a two-days regional stakeholders conference on climate change sensitivity and human adaptation, and has called for the strengthening of collective efforts in managing climate change effects in Liberia.
Amid the challenges faced by many public health facilities across the country due to governmentâ€™s inability to equip the health sector and supply essential drugs, a senate aspirant in Grand Gedeh, William Grear Nyanue, has donated approximately US$5,000 worth of medical equipment and supplies to two health facilities.
Anna Doe Smallwood, director of the Deanna Kay Isaacson School of Midwifery in southeastern Liberia, has applauded the UNFPA for aiding the school during a period of extreme difficulties.
The Carter Center Mental Health Program has begun its mental health clinician training program for 20 health workers, in partnership with the Deanna Kay Isaacson School of Midwifery.