The coordinator of the Grand Bassa County Service Center, Mac Willie, says the service center has not issued birth certificates for almost a year due to damaged equipment.
It was in June of 2014 that the deadly Ebola virus entered Liberia for the first time, spurring an epidemic that killed several 4,800 Liberians.
The Ministry of Health along with partners has ended a two-day sensitization workshop in Buchanan focused on adopting an early childhood development framework for helping children survive and thrive.
A team of five from the Israeli government is currently conducting a weeklong training on emergency management for employees of the Ministry of Health at Redemption Hospital in Monrovia.
For 12 years, Oretha George Sayoue and her husband Melvin Sayoue, residents of Grand Bassa’s first district, have been trying to have a child of their own.
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.
The World Bank has donated ten vehicles to strengthen three programs at the Ministry of Health – the Community Health Assistant Program, the Performance-Based Financing program, and the Nursing and Midwifery Division.
The Ministry of Health has ended a two-day consultative meeting for medical doctors and county health officers from the 15 counties.