Members of the Liberia National Association of the Blind in Bomi have called for adjustments in voting conditions for people with disability, especially for visually impaired voters.
More than 400 mental health patients in Nimba will lose access to regular treatments if support is not provided to sustain the mental health care services at the Ganta United Methodist Hospital, according to the hospital’s administration.
It was in June of 2014 that the deadly Ebola virus entered Liberia for the first time, spurring an epidemic that killed several 4,800 Liberians.
Twenty-five teachers and school administrators are undergoing training in brain science at the Blue Crest College in Monrovia.
As Liberians prepare for the presidential runoff election between the Coalition for Democratic Change and Unity Party, the Carter Center’s election observation mission
The Liberian National Police, in partnership with the Carter Center, has taken its anti-bribery campaign to Margibi.
The Liberian chapter of the Mano River Youth Parliament is observing it Ninth Regular Traditional Session for five days in Ganta.
The Carter Center, in collaboration with the Liberia National Police, USAID, and the Swedish Embassy, has launched an awareness campaign against bribery.