The National Public Health Institute of Liberia and the World Health Organization have responded to new reports of at least two cases of Lassa fever in the country.
Liberia has taken part in global efforts to ramp up national preparedness to respond to sudden bacterial or viral outbreaks on the continent. At least 16 African countries are part of this year’s two-day simulation exercise aimed at responding to the outbreak of a potentially deadly communicable disease in the region.
In the wake of a World Health Organization report that there were 414 new cases of breast cancer and 231 deaths in 2018 in Liberia, two organizations have launched an initiative to help raise awareness and funding to support female victims.
Liberia has joined 24 other countries and 10 international aid organizations to sign a declaration of commitment to include psychosocial support as a standard part of aid package in mental health crisis situations.
A six-year-old boy has been reported dead after a blue Nissan Sunny collided into him and sped away. The accident took place on Wednesday, October 30 on the Suakoko Highway near Fendall.
As reports of accident fatalities increase, Common Sense Solutions Inc., which publishes The Bush Chicken, hosted its second road safety comedy show in Paynesville on Sunday.
A tragic accident along the Buchanan-Monrovia highway on Thursday, August 22 has left one person dead and several wounded.
The Liberia National Police has embarked on a road safety community awareness initiative in Monrovia, as part of a wider effort to get communities to focus on road safety.