Hassan Nasser, a psychiatrist working with the Médecins Sans Frontières’ Mental Health Project in Liberia, has disclosed that the organization is providing treatment to at least 80 mental health patients in Montserrado every month.
Did Urey’s team treat over 5,000 people during the Ebola epidemic? And if so, was that number more than what the government and international community treated combined?
Residents of Ebola affected communities in Lower Margibi have welcomed the announcement of a new protective vaccine.
The Ministry of Health’s Mental Health Unit, along with international and local partners, recently met in Gbarnga to validate Liberia’s 2016-2021 strategic plan for mental health.
A Liberian psychologist trained in Kenya, Victoria Kesselie helped counseled patients in Liberia during the Ebola crisis.