Health


Mickey and the nurses on the Pediatric ward along with the kids

Mickey holding one of the kids

JFK Hospital to Host ‘Big Christmas Party’ for Children

The administrators of the John F. Kennedy Medical Center (JFKMC) in Sinkor, Monrovia, have announced that it is going to host a “big Christmas party” for children on December 24th and 25th respectively.

The hospital’s administration said children from the surrounding communities and those admitted at the hospital would be featured while at the party. According to them, this will be a form of therapy to boost the admitted kids’ health condition.


(Flash Back) Aunty Miatta interacting with one of the female students of the Lango Lippaye where she encouraged students to put their education first and use condom if they ever got jammed

Lofa County Scores High in Maternal and New Born Health

“Since we the Trained Traditional Midwives (TTMs) were told to take every pregnant woman to the health facilities and not perform any delivery at home, there have been no maternal deaths in our county,” a smiling Bendu Brima, head of the TTMs in Vahun District, disclosed to an audience that responded with thunderous applause.

Brima was making at a follow-up with the Lofa County Health Team, County officials and Trained Traditional Midwives in Foya, Lofa County.


Madam Irene Sherman discussing health issues with young people in Clara Town

‘Discuss Health Issues with Your Peers’

Madam Irene Sherman, officer-in-charge of the Soniwein Clinic in Monrovia, has reminded the youth to get involved in the discussion of health issues, and to share their knowledge with their peers.

 Sonewein Clinic is a referral clinic for young people under the Multi-Country Health Initiative - ACT 2 Live Program of the Liberian YMCA.


Asst. Health Minister Nyenswah and UNFPA Resident Rep., Madam Ndhlovu

Liberia Joins Others to Make Available Reproductive Health Commodities and Services

Liberia is on the course of recovery in all sectors including maternal and newborn health. However, there exists a crucial need for the availability of data against which the success could be measured.

According to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), the availability of affordable medicines, contraceptives and other health supplies is an essential part of a well-functioning health system that can serve people in an equitable manner.


Asst. Health Minister Nyenswah and UNFPA Resident Rep., Madam Ndhlovu

Liberia Joins Others to Make Available Reproductive Health Commodities and Services

Liberia is on the course of recovery in all sectors including maternal and newborn health. However, there exists a crucial need for the availability of data against which the success could be measured.

According to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), the availability of affordable medicines, contraceptives and other health supplies is an essential part of a well-functioning health system that can serve people in an equitable manner.

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