The Liberia National Red Cross Society will on Saturday, July 24, 2010 dedicate its second Disaster Management Center in Sanniquellie, Nimba County.
Several Liberian health practitioners including the county’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Bernice T. Dahn have returned home following a week-long training at Yale University, USA.
Investigation conducted by this paper has revealed that MSF Spain is about to leave Liberia without the payment of US$5,940.00 to one of its employees it laid-off.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on Thursday conferred one of Liberia’s highest honors on two volunteer foreign medical doctors who are departing the country to take up new assignments.
The President also fielded questions from members of the media present. Asked what message the Sackie case sent about post-war Liberia, the President replied that the country needed to do more to halt armed robberies; to punish those who engaged in such behavior.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on Tuesday demonstrated her humanitarian attribute when she took time out of her busy schedule to meet with Sackie Nyanquoi, the young Liberian man who was severely burned two years ago when armed robbers wasted raw acid water on his face and body.
The Liberia National Red Cross society (LNRCS) is supporting 150 farmers in the town of Boasahn, Grand Cape Mount County as part of the society’s Food Security Program.
Report monitored here from Robertsport, Grand Cape Mount County suggests that some (92 health workers at the Saint Timothy Government Hospital are on a “go-slow” action in demand of 4-month salary arrears.
The Liberia National Red Cross Society or LNRCS says it has provided assorted relief items to the Ministry of Internal Affairs for survivors of the Harper shipwreck Incident.
Liberian President, Ellen Sirleaf Johnson is urging countries to make free health care available to the poor. The Liberian president told ministers attending the World Health Assembly that too many people in developing countries are suffering from ill health and are dying because they cannot get the care they need.