The Incident Management System has ended an orientation and strategic meeting with the Incident Command Systems and political leadership of both River Cess and Grand Bassa.
The Association of Liberia Community Radios, ALICOR, has expressed disappointment in the failure of the Government of Liberia and its partners to appreciate the contributions of community radio stations in the Ebola crisis.
Liberia was recently declared an Ebola free nation by the World Health Organization. This came after the deadly epidemic ravaged the country and killed over 3000 Liberians. To prevent the reemergence of the virus, the government is not leaving anything to chance. It is in a state of constant surveillance.
As Liberia approaches being declared Ebola-free, former President of the United States of America Bill Clinton has urged Liberians not to discriminate against Ebola survivors but rather to embrace and make them feel as part of society.
Liberia has gone 25 days without any new Ebola case reported in its second countdown to being declared Ebola-free.
Between August 1, 2014 and October 31, 2014 the Liberian government received US$15.1 million for Ebola relief which were channeled through the National Ebola Task Force which was replaced by the Incident Management System. The report identified US$792,000 in financial irregularities, lack of or inadequate documentation, unreported fuel, unverified fixed assets and in some cases negative confirmation from third parties.