The Liberia National Police has embarked on a road safety community awareness initiative in Monrovia, as part of a wider effort to get communities to focus on road safety.
Over the weekend, three lives were lost to a car crash caused by a truck that rolled back down Tower Hill along the Robertsfield Highway.
On Monday, May 20, the World Health Organization announced it had appointed former Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf as its new health workforce ambassador.
Ask an employer or a hiring manager if they will employ a person with a mental health illness and the response will be quite discouraging, even though the manager may be silently suffering from mental health issues themselves.
The Carter Center Mental Health Program completed its latest crisis intervention training for 19 officers, which now means the program has trained 93 total law enforcement officers from the Liberia National Police, the Liberia Immigration Service, and the Bureau of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
The Ministry of Health has ended a two-day consultative meeting for medical doctors and county health officers from the 15 counties.
Amid the recent crash that involved Montserrado’s 15th district representative, Adolph Lawrence, road safety insiders are drawing attention to the nation’s stalled efforts to begin implementing a National Road Safety Action plan that was launched in October 2018.
The Liberian National Police has confirmed that Montserrado’s 15th district representative, Adolph Lawrence, died in a car crash on Sunday night near Tower Hill on the Roberts International Airport highway.