Despite efforts by the government to call off a strike by health workers across the country, the National Health Workers Union of Liberia says discussions are still ongoing.
Across the country, public health facilities are deserted, as thousands of health workers have decided to strike to draw the governmentâ€™s attention to their concerns.
Tammy Bondo, a mother of four, lost her fifth child in a cesarean section last week Wednesday at the C.B. Dunbar Maternity Hospital in Gbarnga. Her wound from the surgery has not healed fully and she still struggles to walk.
A specialÂ committee appointed by House Speaker Bhofal Chambers to probe the 13-year-old ongoing Executive Mansion renovation project has said it cannot identify several contractors associated with the project.
Citizens in Lofa have expressed mixed views on the recent proposal made to the legislature by President George Weah on tenures reduction for the president and lawmakers.
A midwifery school that was created to address the high rate of maternal mortality in southeastern Liberia is not operational this year due to the lack of government support.
Citizens in Bomi are calling on lawmakers to reject President George Weahâ€™s reform proposal on reducing the tenure of elected public officials.
Former Liberian president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has announced a plan to increase the representation of women in top leadership roles across sub-Saharan Africa through her Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Presidential Center for Women and Development.