Nurses Urged to Be Forceful

The president of the Liberia Nurses Association (LNA), Madam Gloria Stevens, has urged nurses across Liberia to be more forceful in deliverance of health...

First Start Opens Doors for Special-need Children

The First Start Daycare and Academy has on May 12, 2014 opened its doors for children, who have disabilities and special needs, its director...

UNFPA Donates Training Materials to Midwifery Institutions

The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) recently donated a consignment of training materials to midwifery schools and training institutions across Liberia including the A.M...

As MOHSW Celebrates Int’l Children’s Mental Health Day:

The Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MOHSW) Thursday, May 8, celebrated the International Children’s Mental Health Day under the theme, “Inspiring Resilience, Creative...

Cancer-eye Child Dies

One-year-old Michael Flomo’s mother, who had been fighting to save the life of her eye son, couldn’t hide her emotion when her little boy...

‘Life Channels,’ FWACN Boss Describes Midwives

The president of the Liberia chapter of the Fellow of West African College of Nursing (FWACN) has said that midwives are the channels through...

Malaria Stagnates MDGs Realization

The deadly illness malaria is serving as one of the major impediments to the realization of the global agenda enshrined in the Millennium Development...

Homeless, Metally-ill Want Gov’t Help

Monrovia and its environs seem to have become a haven for homeless people. Could the current spike in poverty and other socio-economic hardships in...

Ebola Suspect Cleared, Gets New Start

Forty-eight-year-old Fallah Taylor, a Foya family head, who had had contact with his wife before she died after contracting the deadly Ebola virus disease...

Ebola Can Now Be Tested in Liberia

“We want to let the country know that in order to beat this disease, we have to work very fast to diagnose people ...

An Unwanted Journey

One-year-old Michael Flomo, who has been fighting for his life for the past year, is faced by the inevitable: he is going to die.Baby...

Health Promoters’ Network Commends Prexy Sirleaf

The Health Promoters’ Network of Liberia (HPNL) has commended President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for her visit early morning on Wednesday, 9, at the Ministry...

Brain Surgeons Perform ‘Wonders’ at Tappita Hospital

A 16-member team of medical specialists from the Canadian based Korle-Bu Neuroscience Foundation (KBNF), has successfully conducted brain, back and other critical surgeries on...

Ellen Pays Homage to Ebola Victims

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has paid homage to Liberians, who have lost their lives as a result of the deadly Ebola virus disease that...

Health Promoters Network Commends Prexy Sirleaf

The Health Promoters’ Network of Liberia (HPNL) has commended President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for her visit today, Wednesday, 9, at the Ministry of Health...

Boakai Wants consolidated Efforts for Disasters Fight

Vice President Joseph Nyuma Boakai has told the High Level Disaster Preparedness and Response Meeting that it is only through a well-formulated response strategy---both...

West Africa Health Ministers Meet in Monrovia

The West African Health Organization (WAHO), the specialized health agency of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), in collaboration with the Ministry...

World Health Organization Raises Awareness on ‘Vector-borne Diseases’

The World Health Organization (WHO) Monday, April 07, used the World Health Day, to raise the awareness on vector-borne diseases such as malaria, which...

MESSAGE OF THE REGIONAL DIRECTOR, DR LUIS GOMES SAMBO, ON THE...

 Today, 7 April 2014, we commemorate World Health Day under the theme: “Vector-borne diseases: small bite, big threat”. The aim of this commemoration is...

Philip to Undergo Reconstructive Surgery Abroad

Philip Zinnah, Jr., a child whose medical situation was published in local dailies, is expected to leave Liberia soon for further medical treatment after...