The Grand Gedeh County Health Team has launched a polio vaccination campaign across the county, in line with a nationwide campaign being carried out by the country’s Health Ministry.
The Carter Center has completed its final planned mental health and anti-stigma training for pharmacists nationwide. The latest training covered 19 pharmacists from the southeastern region of the country.
The World Bank, through the Ministry of Health, has donated a new ambulance to Grand Gedeh County Health Team.
German aid group Welthungerhilfe has resumed rehabilitation of the Zwedru Central Market.
On Oct. 16, the Forestry Development Authority and the Wild Chimpanzee Foundation convened a meeting between stakeholders from the Proposed Krahn-Bassa National Park and their counterparts from the already existent Grebo-Krahn National Park to allow them a glimpse of how the creation of a new park could affect their lives.
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.