Liberia, Stakeholders Validate Food Security Report

  The Government of Liberia through the Ministries of Agriculture and Health together with food and nutrition sector stakeholders attending a one-day workshop has completed the validation of the Liberia 2018 Comprehensive Food Security and...

Ebola Kills 33 in DR Congo

The Ebola virus outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo has killed 33 people, the World Health Organization said Sunday. An additional 43 suspected cases of Ebola were reported, including 13 confirmed by lab testing,...

JFK To Reduce Medical Fees

  The John F. Kennedy (JFK) Memorial Hospital, the country’s major referral hospital is rebranding its facilities with intention to reduce medical service costs and make affordable. The hospital had come under enormous criticism on reports...

Liberian Woman Spreads Ebola A Year After Infection – Doctors

A Liberian woman who probably caught Ebola in 2014 may have infected three relatives a year after she first fell sick, doctors reported in a study published Monday. There have been previous instances of men...

MNG Apologizes to Affected Communities for 2017 Spillage

  “The safety and well-being of our neighbors, employees and contractors are always our first priority and this is irreplaceable with any material benefit. We again apologize to our neighbors for any concern or inconvenience...

‘No Permit For Sassaywood’ – Internal Affairs Official

Amid concerns from representatives of line ministries and agencies about the common practice of trial by ordeal also known as sassaywood, an official from the Ministry of Internal Affairs says the Ministry is not...

Rwanda Becomes First Poor Country to Provide Eye Care For All

In a country where a third of people have sight problems, specialist nurses have visited all 15,000 villages as part of a life-changing project. Rwanda has become the first low-income country to provide universal eye care...

Liberia Against Antimicrobial Resistance, launch National Action Plan

The Global Action Plan on AMR (GAPAMR), voted by the World Health Assembly in 2015, recommended establishing national plans of action a difficult undertaking on the African continent, the Ministry of Health through the...

Indian Doctor Restores Vision to Patients With Eyes Diseases

In an effort to restore vision to the blind, a visiting Indian doctor, Pravin Krishna Vaddavalli, last week performed eyes transplant surgeries to four Liberians living with severe eye diseases. Dr. Vaddavalli director of Tej...

More than 37, 000 persons infected with HIV/AIDS in Liberia

The United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS or UNAIDS has released a disquieting report on the increasing wave of HIV/AIDS in Liberia. UNAIDS is leading the global effort to end AIDS as a public health threat...