(L) Students perform a cultural dance and (R) Madam Pratt speaks at the program

Parents urged to Take Child Education Seriously

Madam Ellen Olunfe Pratt, Deputy Minister for Industry and Inspector General at the Ministry of Commence, has advised parents to take their children’s education seriously, “because they are the future leaders of the country.”

Minister Pratt who spoke on the topic “Importance of Education in Global Competition,” at the closing program of Aware International School, said parents have a critical role in the education of their kids.

The 12-Member Chicago Global Health Alliance Delegation paying a courtesy call on President Sirleaf at her Foreign Ministry Office.

President Sirleaf Underscores Need for Trained Liberian Professionals

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has underscored the need for trained Liberian professionals in all sectors of national development, especially health.

The President made the remark recently when she received in audience a 12-Member Delegation from the Chicago Global Health Alliance (CGHA) from the United States of America at her Foreign Ministry Office in Monrovia.

Little Prince being cuddled by one of his surgeons

Caregiver Gives Updates on 2 Sick Kids

Two Liberian children, who were sent to the US for advanced medical treatment, are said to be responding positively to the care of specialists.

This was disclosed by Ms. Charlesetta N. Williams, Healthpage Liberia Executive Director, who helped fly 16-year-old Hawa Chuku Kolleh from Geeghbahn District, Grand Bassa County and four-year old Prince J. Tweh from the impoverished slum community of West Point, to the US.

One of the nurses tending to a patient while another looks on

ACRES Clinic Gives Free Medical Services to Millsburg Residents

Since its establishment in 2013, the Alfred and Collinette Raynes Everybody Served (ACRES) Community Clinic, in less than three years, has rendered free clinical services to over 25,000 patients in Millsburg and its surrounding communities, its co-founder Joyce Kumba Raynes Ogunti has disclosed.

Madam Ogunti, who spoke to the Daily Observer yesterday at her Gardnersville residence, said the objective of the ACRES community clinic is to help residents with good medical care, especially those who cannot afford the cost at private and government clinics.

Left to right: Ms. Charlesetta William, 16-yr-old Hawa Kolleh, Sen. George Weah, 4-yr-old Prince Tweh and Ms. Bennetta Massaquoi in Mr. Weah’s Capitol Building Office

Ms. Williams presents a certificate of appreciation from her organization to Sen. Weah

Caregiver Praises Sen. Weah, Others for Humanitarian Support

Healthpage Liberia’s Executive Director, Ms. Charlesetta N. Williams, has showered praises on Montserrado County Senator George Weah and others for their humanitarian gestures which led to two sick Liberian children being flown abroad for advanced medical treatments.

The children’s medical conditions cannot be handled in Liberia as there are no hospitals with specialized equipment and doctors to treat them.


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