The National Aids Commission, in partnership with the Margibi County Health Team, has trained peer educators who will conduct one-on-one community awareness to encourage the youth to get tested.
In the wake of rumors circulating in the public of two cases of the deadly Ebola virus in the country, health authorities have dismissed the reports.
The Liberia National Police has taken the responsibility to provide further medical treatment for Helena Nimely, the victim of a recent police operation to disperse angry protestors.
The Nimba County Health Team has dedicated additions to two health facilities in Yarwein Mehnsonnoh and Gbeh-lay Geh Statutory Districts.
The Liberia Drugs Enforcement Agency has set ablaze narcotic substances valued at L$1,836,380 (US$12,242) in Gbarnga.
At least 60 Liberia National Police officers are being trained over the next few months in crisis intervention.
A US$65,500 wellness unit situated on the compound of the C. H. Rennie hospital in Margibi has been completed.
The Independent National Commission on Human Rights is currently conducting a nationwide survey on the right to health and welfare.