Liberia’s chief medical officer, Dr. Francis Kateh, has indefinitely suspended five health workers of the Jenkins James Dossen Hospital in Harper, Maryland for their alleged involvement in stealing nutrition supplements meant to target children facing malnutrition.
Tubman University has graduated 208 students from its six colleges.
The Catholic Bishop Conference, which comprises bishops of the Catholic Church, has called on the government to lead the process of a national dialogue for the possible establishment of a war and economic crimes court and full implementation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s recommendations.
The Ministry of Health has ended a two-day consultative meeting for medical doctors and county health officers from the 15 counties.
After providing threshers to two farming groups in Maryland, the Smallholder Agricultural Productivity Enhancement and Commercialization Project has provided four rice mills to farmers in Grand Kru, Grand Gedeh, Maryland, and River Gee.
Maryland’s first district lawmaker, Mike Jurry, has provided a collection of tablets containing electronic books for students of the College of Engineering and Technology at Tubman University.
The administration of Tubman University has announced recruiting new professors to boost the strength of its faculty, after it refuted a recent Bush Chicken report that professors were leaving in droves.
A leading pan-African rice research organization, AfricaRice, has trained two farming organizations in Maryland to improve rice production and processing.