Although the Liberian government has a policy of providing free care at public health facilities across the country, in practice these facilities often find themselves cash strapped and out of key supplies because of the limited support from the government. A major civil society leader is now calling for the policy to be scrapped to allow health facilities to collect fees to operate more smoothly.
In an effort to strengthen womenâ€™s rights organizationsâ€™ efforts to contribute to humanitarian responses, the International Rescue Committee and a local NGO called Community Healthcare Initiative have launched a new network.
As the conversation around electoral reform continues across the country, in Gbarpolu, the head of civil society organizations thinks the fees required for registering presidential and vice presidential candidates could hold the key in ensuring an increased quality of candidates.
A former secretary general of the National Civil Society Councilâ€™s branch in Grand Bassa is calling on the countyâ€™s legislative council to launch a protest to demand that the government pay Grand Bassa its share of social development funds.
As a result of a perceived communications gap between ArcelorMittal and local NGOs, the company held a forum with seven organizations to ensure that the companyâ€™s contributions and achievements are better understood.
Representatives of communities affected by the logging activities of the EJ&J Investment Corporation met on Friday, January 4, 2019, to break grounds for the construction of an eight-bed clinic.
Officials of the Bong chapter of the National Civil Society Council of Liberia have been inducted into offices in Gbarnga.