-For US$80k Health Facility
The Chief Medical Officer (CMO) of Liberia, Dr. Francis Kateh, has commended the people of Kpayakolleh Town, Salayea District in Lofa County for constructing a health facility valued US$80,000.
Kateh said the money was provided to the people of Kpayakolleh Town by a logging company operating in the area in fulfillment of an agreement reached between the company and the town. Read more
Category Archives: Health
-For US$80k Health Facility
A youth organization under the banner Global Young Society Transformer is calling on the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare and the Drug Enforcement Agency to halt the sale of Tramadol in drug stores and by illegal drug vendors.
The organization’s Coordinator, Ahmed Diallo, says Tramadol is causing serious harm to youths, especially school going kids in the country. Read more
-As Health Safety Has Increased
-Says Tolbert Nyenswah of NPHIL
The Director-General of the National Public Health Institute of Liberia (NPHIL) Attorney Tolbert Nyenswah has expressed thanks and appreciation to Liberia’s donor partners in the health sector for increasing their response to fight infectious and other disease outbreaks in Liberia.
“We are grateful to all especially the US center for disease Control (CDC), the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), Global Health Security Resources, as Liberia is a satellite state among others. All of these things don’t just happen but through critical thinking,” he said. Read more
By Calvin Brooks
The Nursing Director of the Jackson F. Doe Hospital in Tapita, Nimba County has challenged Liberian nurses to acquire the needed skills and education in the profession if the sector is to improve.
Dr. Sodey Lake said Liberian nurses should be prepared with education, knowledge, experience and expertise to respond to health crisis in the country. Read more
The Principal Registrar of the Bureau of Vital Statistics, Mr. Prince K. Momolu, has urged people born in Liberia to obtain their birth certificates.
The birth certificate is legitimately issued to people who are born in Liberia, whether they are citizens or aliens, he said. Read more
A local organization known as Manneka has dedicated Ebola Memorial Site in Bomi County.
Speaking at the dedication ceremony held on Friday April 20, 2018 in Vortor Town Mon-Feh Clan in Blugban Chiefdom, Dewein District, and the Chief Executive Officer of Manneka stated the Ebola memorial site is intended to remind the Liberians and next generation of district about the impact of the Ebola crisis in Liberia.
Mr. Mambu Quoi stressed that it is good for the people to reflect on past and take precaution about sanitation and hygiene within their communities. Read more
– 70% Liberians Patience’s Poll Head Doctor Freia Discloses
Clinic Doc Freia, Quality Health Care Liberia solid cooperation with key partners in Liberia, Europe and the USA started full operation in Liberia of last year December 1, 2017 is buttressing government efforts by contributing to the country health sector. Read more