The three most affected Ebola Countries in West Africa, Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone have ended a cross border meeting in the Liberian capital, Monrovia.
The three most affected Ebola Countries in West Africa, Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone have ended a cross border meeting in the Liberian capital, Monrovia. Liberia’s Assistant Health Minister for Preventive Services, Tolbert Nyenswah, said the objective of the meeting is to developing countries affected with the Ebola virus to have access to cross border, and how to eradicate the virus from the region.
A conference of more than 200 persons on the anti-Ebola protocol jointly released by the Ministries of Health and Education has ended in Fish Town, River Gee County, Southeastern Liberia.
Members of the disabled community in Liberia have advanced several appeals to President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf at a general assembly held in Sinkor, suburb of Monrovia, seeking clear and direct budgetary appropriation for the National Disabled Union, among others.
The Liberia Medical Health Product and Regulatory Authority or LMHPRA in Monrovia has threatened to drastically deal with any or pharmacist caught selling counterfeit drugs in the country in accordance with the law.
The World Health Organization’s regional director for Africa, Dr. Matshidiso Rebecca Moeti, says the region still faces tremendous problems of capacity, emergency response, and so many needs in weak health systems.
Professional staff of four facilities of the Catholic Health Secretariat (CHS) in Monrovia has threatened to go-slow in demand of three months top-up incentive and Ebola risk benefit.The four health institutions to be affected include Barbara Ann, Sister Agnes Memorial Maternity, Bishop John Collins and Star of the Sea clinics.
The head of the First Response Ebola Team from Liberia to Sierra Leone, Montserrado County Representative Saah Joseph, says his team in Sierra Leone was making all mobilization efforts in villages for awareness on the Deadly Ebola Virus.
The African youths with disabilities have seriously frowned at the Government of Liberia for not allowing them to have their constitutional rights as Liberians.
The head of Liberia’s Incident Management System or IMS, Assistant Health Minister Tolbert Nyenswah says Liberia will be declared Ebola-free on April 13, if there is no more cases of the deadly Ebola virus.