Liberiaâ€™s chief medical officer, Dr. Francis Kateh, says the unknown disease outbreak in Greenville, Sinoe â€” which has so far killed 12 people â€” is not transmissible.
At least 10 people have been reported dead as a result of an unknown disease in Greenville, Sinoe.
The only Liberian psychiatrist residing in the country, Dr. Benjamin Harris, says the government needs to provide better incentives to encourage more Liberians to pursue psychiatry.
The mental health coordinator for Bong, A. Dakemue Kollie, has underscored the need for adequate support for mental health programs in the county.
In October of 2017, Liberians will return to the ballot box to choose their second democratically elected leader since the end of the civil war.
Since the civil war, Liberia has had a chronic shortage of doctors which was exacerbated by the Ebola outbreak, which killed hundreds of health workers.
It was a late Friday afternoon at the University of Liberiaâ€™s auditorium that Hipco artist Amaze launched his â€œKnow Who to Vote Forâ€ music video. Near the stage in the middle of the aisle was a tall contraption. A conglomeration of cameras were mounted on a large stand which peered simultaneously at the crowd and the performers on stage.
Nestled between Payne Ave and the beach on 19th street is a relative newcomer to the neighborhood that looks more like a botanical garden than the restaurant it is.