Cities Alliance, Partners to Give Red Light A Face-Lift

   By Titus B. S. Barbu (Cub Reporter) On Saturday, November 30, Cities Alliance, a not-for-profit organization in collaboration with the Paynesville City Corporation (PCC)...

Lassa Fever on the Rise in Nimba

9 cases confirmed Report reaching the Daily Observer from Nimba County Health Team said that Lassa fever is becoming alarming, with nine cases confirmed, out...

Big Relief for St. Timothy’s Gov’t Hospital in Robertsport

-- Cape Mountainians in Americas welcome new medical doctor The National Association of Cape Mountainians in the Americas (NACA), says it is excited about the...

Solidaridad Identifies with C.B. Dunbar Maternal Hospital

As part of its 50th-anniversary celebration and fulfillment of its Social Corporate Responsibilities, Solidaridad Liberia’s office over the weekend donated assorted materials to the...

DKT Liberia, AOPC Kickstart World AIDS Day on Tubman Holiday

DKT International-Liberia, in collaboration with Agents of Positive Change (AOPC), will commemorate World AIDS Day 2019 in Liberia with a three-day program, beginning Friday,...

‘Ravaging’ Ebola Film, Hell’s Gate, Premieres Friday

Hell’s Gate, a feature film about the 2014 Ebola Virus Disease outbreak in Liberia is set to be launched on Friday, November 29, 2019,...

‘No Longer Words, But Actions’

Women Hold Vigil for SGBV Victims Monday was another November 25, a date that brings unkind reflections to the minds of millions of women...

SGBV, FGM Liberian Budget Pricks EU, UN Women’s Attention

Liberia, with funding from European Union (EU), has embarked on a campaign for the government through the annual national budgets, to prioritize the tackling of...

Police Release Five Victims of Homophobia from ‘Protective Custody’

The spokesperson of the Liberia National Police, H. Moses Carter, said at least five persons, who were taken into 'protective custody' during a violent...

Oxfam Strengthens Five Partners’ Capacity in Advocacy for Women’s Rights

Oxfam in Liberia and the global Enough Campaign delight in sharing the experiences of five partners drawn from women’s rights groups in Liberia who...

WASH Sector AIms to End Open Defecation by 2025

The Board Chair of the Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), Mobutu Vlah Nyenpan, has said that the government is committed to ending open defecation. Nyenpan,...

World Bank Supports Youth on Climate Change

Over thirty-three young Liberians have renewed their commitments to achieve sustainable development goals, the fight against climate change, and the environment. At a daylong National...

USAID Presents Laboratory Documents to MoH

...To fight infectious diseases United States Agency for International Development (USAID) on Wednesday, November 20, 2019 presented a major laboratory policy documents to authorities at...

‘Unemployment, Idleness Responsible for Drug Addiction’

--Observes Dr. Vernon E. Proctor, U.S. Addiction Medicine Consultant Dr. Vernon E. Proctor, a U.S. Addiction Medicine Consultant, has blamed drug addiction on idleness and...

The Paradigm of Infertility

-An evolving era for Sub-Saharan Africa By Dr. Sovich Sankoh-Karmorh The traditional concepts versus the tested and proven realities as well as the way forward: What makes...

EPA, CI Conduct Training in Gender Mainstreaming on Greenhouse Emissions

The Environmental Protection Agency of Liberia (EPA) in collaboration with Conservation International (CI) on Thursday, November 14, 2019, held a one-day Gender Awareness Training...

Health Workers, Others Trained in Performance-based Finance

The Royal Tropical Institute, based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, in collaboration with the Liberian Board for Nursing and Midwifery (LBNM), has concluded a 14-day...

UL, UCSF Launch Scholarship for Liberian Students

Authorities of the University of Liberia (UL) and University of California at San Francisco (UCSF), have launched a scholarship program that will provide training...

Parents of Ailing Child Cry for Help

Stephen S. Tiah, the father of an eleven-month-old child, has launched an SOS appeal for his ailing child, who doctors have diagnosed of “serious...

Gov’t Calls for Vigilance Amid Lassa Fever Outbreak

The Government of Liberia (GoL), through the Ministry of Health (MOH) and the National Public Institute of Liberia (NPHIL), has called on citizens to...