Sinoe’s chapter of the National Civil Society Council of Liberia has kicked off a 21-day door-to-door awareness campaign against the spread of the Coronavirus disease, otherwise known as COVID-19. The campaign was launched on Friday, March 27.
German NGO Welthungerhilfe has donated two motorcycles to the Sinoe County Health Team to assist in community engagement in the fight against the Coronavirus.
Police in Sinoe are investigating seven suspects in connection to the disappearance of a three-year-old in Paliahtroken, Upper Tartweh Kpanyan Statutory District. The child went missing on the afternoon of Friday, March 6.
The Sinoe County Health Team is currently observing a foreign national for 14 days, but the county has no suspected or confirmed Coronavirus cases, a spokesperson for the team says.
The president of the Sinoe University Students Union, Isaac Sneh, has called on the county to prioritize education and provide greater support for scholarships and financial assistance to Sinoe students.
Concerned that the upcoming rainy season could make travel difficult, residents of Sinoe’s Dugba River District have taken matters into their own hands and begun rehabilitation work on major roads and access paths within the district.
Ahead of the 2020 special senatorial mid-term elections, Sen. Augustine S. Chea of Sinoe has donated L$200,000 (US$1,010) to Sinoe Community College as financial aid to students of the college.
As Liberians gear up to vote in the pending senatorial elections in October this year, the former county coordinator of the Liberia Institute for Statistic and Geo-Information Services, Alexander Nah Slewion, has announced his intentions to contest the seat currently held by Sen. Augustine Chea.