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ECOWAS Begins Nutrition Forum Here

The Economic Community West African States (ECOWAS) on Monday, November 18, 2019 began its 6th Nutrition Forum in Monrovia to…

NPHIL Begins County Tour to Tackle Lassa Fever

A joint delegation of from the Ministry of Health, National Public Health Institute, World Health Organization, the US Center for…

Most of Lassa Fever Patients Now Remarkably Improving - MoH, NPHIL Give Update

The Acting Director- General of the National Public Health Institute of Liberia (NPHIL), Dr. Mosoka P. Fallah, has disclosed that…

US Medical Volunteer Commits To Backup St. Timothy Hospital

A medical volunteer now assigned in Liberia has made a commitment to backup and strengthen healthcare delivery at the St.…

‘No Salary, No Work’ - Protesting JFK Nurses Vow

In the wake of the struggling economic crisis facing the country, Liberia’s health sector appears to be experiencing multiple challenges…

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The National Public Health Institute of Liberia (NPHIL) on Friday,…
The Economic Community West African States (ECOWAS) on Monday, November…
A medical volunteer now assigned in Liberia has made a…
A total of ten new suspected Measles cases were reported…

Millions of Lives At Risk - LMHRA Alarms

The Medicine and Health Regulatory Authority (LMHRA) has alarmed that the 4.5 million population of the country are at risk…

As Patients Abandoned Trouble

Liberia’s challenges ranging from economic nightmare to increasing hardship, untold sufferings, poverty and many others is said to be getting…

Health Ministry Validates Two Policy Documents

The Ministry of Health has convened a four- day working session in Ganta, Nimba County with local officials, civil society…

As Indian Gov’t Gives US$2M Grant - Big Boost For 14 Military Hospital Construction

The Government of India, through its Ambassador accredited to Liberia, Guinea and Ivory Coast, Saillas Thangal, on Tuesday, August 13,…

Lebanese Community Donates Life Saving Medical Equipment

The World Lebanese Cultural Union of Liberia (WLCU) has donated two Cardio Lifesaving equipment valued at over U$29,000.00, to the…