The Suehn Clinic triage

US$38K Triage Dedicated in Bomi County

Rotary Clubs in Liberia and Rotary Districts 1640, 1670 and 1790 of France have dedicated a US$38,000 triage at the Suehn Community Clinic in Bomi County. Triage is a process of prioritizing sick or injured people for treatment, according to the seriousness of the condition or injury.

The one constructed in Bomi County was supported by the Rotary Foundation International (RFI) and was built with the support of Rotary Clubs of Monrovia, Sinkor, Gbarnga and Harper in partnership with the Ministry of Health (MOH) following the outbreak of the Ebola virus disease (EVD) in 2014.

The three children, their mothers along with Doctors at JFK and Dr. Francis Kateh, Deputy Minister of Health (third from left).

The three children, their mothers along with Doctors at JFK and Dr. Francis Kateh, Deputy Minister of Health (third from left).

Mrs. Alice K. Ballah with her 9-month-old baby, Bradley, spoke on behalf of the mothers.

Nine-year-old Pewee Roberts said he can now play football.

Dr. Kateh said he was happy for the lives that were saved

Dr. Endale Tafera, Pediatric Cardiologist, Liberian College of Physicians and Surgeons - LCPS

JFK Thanks Indian Hospital

Authorities of the John F. Kennedy Medical Center (JFK) have expressed gratitude to their counterparts at Lisie Hospital in Karela, India for helping to save the lives of three Liberian children with congenital heart disease.

Dr. Felicite of WAHO and Dr. Cooper, Assistant Minister for Curative Services, speak at the opening program yesterday

Cross-Border Meeting on Epidemic Prone Diseases Opens in Monrovia

A three-day (Dec. 12-14) cross-border meeting on epidemic-prone diseases, including malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) opened in Monrovia at a resort yesterday with seven West African countries participating.

The participating countries are host, Liberia, Cote d’Ivoire, Mali, Burkina Faso, Guinea, Sierra Leone and Niger.

(L-R) Dr. Arzoaquoi, Rev. Sumo and Dr. Cooper launching the policy and media kit

Luwaga Liliane makes remarks on behalf of WHO

Health Ministry Launches National Policy and Strategic Plan on Health Promotion

The Ministry of Health in collaboration with its partners and with the support of the World Health Organization (WHO) recently launched the National Policy and Strategic Plan on Health Promotion.

The overall goal of the Policy, which began this year, will end in 2021, is to strengthen health promotion implementation at the national, county and community levels. The National Policy addresses the social determinants of health and aims to improve the quality of health in line with the Government of Liberia’s “Investment Plan for Building a Resilient Health System.”


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