Diamond Food Gets US$25,000.00 Fines

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-For Selling ‘Contaminated Fish’ The Ministry of Commerce and Industry has with immediate effect closed down and fined ‘’Diamond Food’’ the amount of Twenty-Five Thousand United States dollars (USD 25,000.00). Diamond Food, a business institution which is engaged in the importation of frozen food and located in Sayon Town, Bushrod […]

Women Push For More Health Education

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-To Save Current and Future Generations A broadcast Liberian journalist, Alicemae Wellington-Kwapo has called for more healthcare education if the present and future generations of Liberia must live a healthier and longer life. Mrs. Kwapo made the call Wednesday May 30, 2018 in Monrovia when she appeared on ECOWAS Radio […]

“Plastic Fish” Cold Storage Shutdown

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-For Use Of Formaldehyde To Preserve Fish The National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority (NaFAA) has with immediate effect ordered the closure of a Cold storage, pending the imposition of a fine for the usage of high ‘unacceptable’ level of concentration of formaldehyde (19.14mg/l) to alter the natural property of imported […]

Potter’s House Opens Clinic In Caldwell

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To buttress government’s effort, a local church in Logan Town located on the Bushrod has constructed a clinic to help community dwellers in Caldwell. Pastor Emma –Mai Gbabo Overseer of Potter’s House Assemblies cutting Ribbon along with Archbishop Isaac S. Winker Sr. The Pastor of the Church dedicated the Potter’s […]

Lassa Fever Hits High On Liberia

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-73 suspected, 3 confirmed The number of reported cases of lassa fever has increased in the country according to the National Public Health Institute of Liberia. Tolbert Nyenswah The Director General of the National Public Health Institute of Liberia confirmed the receipt of 73 suspected cases out of which three […]

Over 3000 Women Died At Childbirth Yearly

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-UNFPA Alarms UNFPA has alarmed over the rapid growth in mortality across the Globe. The Resident Representative of UNFPA in Liberia Dr. Oluremi Sogunro said statistic has proven that more than 303,000 women and girls died from maternal mortality across the Globe yearly. Ministry of Health The UNFPA’s boss said […]

LCC Recommends Tougher Actions

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-Against  Illicit Drug Traffickers, Users The President of the Liberia Council of Churches (LCC), Bishop Kortu K. Brown has described the fight against illicit drugs a national emergency. Rev. Kortu Browne Bishop Brown, also General Overseer of the New Water in the Desert Apostolic Pentecostal Church in Brewerville, told reporters in […]

Koijee Wants WASH Commission Established

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The Acting President of the Mayors Association of Liberia, Jefferson Koijee calls for the establishment of WASH Commission; wants organize and sustain approach in the WASH sector.  Monrovia City Mayor, Jefferson Koijee Mayor Koijee has called for the establishment of a Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Commission in Liberia. He said […]

REACH Focuses Attention On Child Hunger

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ByT. SayeGoinleh The UN’s program, Efforts Against Child Hunger and Under Nutrition (REACH) has successfully activated and refined a country-centred, multi-sectorial approach. This program which is an inter-agency partnership founded by Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), United Nations International Children Education Funds (UNICEF), World Food Program (WFP) and World Health […]

‘On Frontline To Save Humanity’

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-Senator Tengbeh describes Midwives Lofa County Senator George Tengbeh has described Liberian midwives as those on the frontline to save humanity and has said their effort has won his personal admiration. Jubilant Midwives Senator Tengbeh said midwives are fearless and usually the first people on the frontline, providing care to […]