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.
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 Ministry of Health has kicked off a rapid integrated assessment of neglected tropical diseases in the southeast of the country. The exercise kicked off on January 9 and will run through the 25th.
The National Public Health Institute of Liberia validated four important documents under the World Health Organization’s One Health Approach to public health. The One Health Approach is part of the WHO’s multi-sectorial strategy to monitor and evaluate a country’s healthcare capacities under agreed-upon international health regulations.
The 2017 Miss Liberia, Wokie Dolo, has partnered with money transfer platform Nobel Liberia to dole out Christmas gifts to sick children undergoing treatment at the John F. Kennedy Memorial Medical Center.
Following months of controversy over the China Union payment of US$750,000 in social development fund to Margibi, a county sitting was finally on December 2 to resolve looming questions about the usage of the funds following the revocation of a Supreme Court writ of prohibition on an early resolution of the County Legislative Caucus which was hatched in Monrovia.
The Mental Health Unit of the Ministry of Health, in collaboration with the Pharmacy Division and Supply Chain Management Unit, has successfully completed the training of 22 pharmacists from nine counties in mental health and anti-stigma protocols.
As Christmas nears, the Consortium of Civil Servants in Liberia began a nationwide protest on Monday to demand that the government pay arrears owed to civil servants.