The Carter Center Mental Health Program has ended its final mental health training for clinicians after the last batch of trainees from the southeastern part of the country completed the program in Zwedru.
The Carter Center has begun training to prepare 360 health workers to better handle depression that women experience during pregnancy and immediately after birth.
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.
In an effort to contain the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic in Liberia, the Montserrado County Health Team has completed a three-day contact tracing training for 100 persons.
Stakeholders working to end mental health stigma in Liberia have returned to the country after participating in a knowledge-sharing conference to intensify the efforts.
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.
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.