Amid the rapid spread of the Novel Coronavirus outbreak globally from Wuhan, the capital of China’s Hubei Province where it first appeared, health authorities in Liberia are drawing on the lessons learned from the Ebola outbreak to 2014/2015 to prevent the spread of the disease in Liberia.
A team of five from the Israeli government is currently conducting a weeklong training on emergency management for employees of the Ministry of Health at Redemption Hospital in Monrovia.
New mothers at the ELWA and Redemption Hospitals were recipients of cash donations from Glamorous Girls, a group of Liberian women residing in the United States during the holiday season.
On January 15th, members of the U.S.-based National Panhellenic Council participated in an evening of community service at Redemption Hospital.
An American non-profit health organization affiliated with John Hopkins University, Jhpiego, has ended a year-long project in Margibi to provide mentoring and supervision to ensure quality of health services.
The Ministry of Health has disclosed that it has yet to identify the nationality of the woman who died a few days ago from the deadly Ebola virus.
On an afternoon in December, Morrison Karnley and his team at the Benson Hospital in Paynesville received an unexpected Christmas gift.
The Partnership for Research on the Ebola Vaccines in Liberia or PREVAIL, a Liberia-United States joint clinical research program, has launched a five-year Ebola natural study in Liberia. The program was started on July 2 in Unification City.