A US$65,500 wellness unit situated on the compound of the C. H. Rennie hospital in Margibi has been completed.
In a rush to save the life of a dying patient, the ambulance belonging to the government-run Bong Mines Hospital in Fuamah District of Lower Bong was involved in a tragic accident that instantly killed two persons during the Independence Day season.
A bus station being constructed for the National Transit Authority in Kakata continues to be abandoned. The contractor has not resumed work following a halt due to the Ebola outbreak.
At least four people have been killed in two separate fatal motor accidents on the Weala-Kakata highway in less than two weeks.
At least eight people are feared dead while over ten others are severely injured as a result of a tragic motor accident involving a mini Ford truck and two commercial motorcycles at Morris’ farm along the Suakoko Highway on Monday.
At least five persons have been severely wounded with third degree burns after a fire erupted at a local gas station in Kakata.
In the small community of Barclay Farm on the outskirts of Firestone, a new maternity clinic has been declared open. The Lisnow Maternity Clinic formally opened for operations on April 30th during a festive ceremony attended by community members, most of whom are retirees of the Firestone Rubber Company.
The issue of mental health in Liberia still remains a problem particularly after the 14 years of civil crisis, with most traditional healers in Liberia believing that mental health related issues are caused by demonic possession or witchcraft.