Liberia Observes World AIDS Day

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-Stakeholders Want Joint Effort To End AIDS The Liberian Government through the National AIDS Commission (NAC) has ended series of activities marking this year’s World AIDS Day Commemoration. First observed in 1988, World AIDS Day has been observed on the 1st of December each year to provide opportunity for people […]

“Nothing For Us Without Us”

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-Woman Living with HIV Tells Gov’t The keynote Speaker for this year’s world AIDS Day in Liberia has told the National AIDS Commission and other government institutions responding to HIV and AIDS to put people living with the HIV at the forefront of interventions in curtailing the spread of the […]

Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine Is Dead

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Reports reaching The New Republic say the former Political Leader of the opposition Liberty Party is dead. According to the report, Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine died in the United States of America on Wednesday November 20, 2019 after a period of illness. Charles Walker Brumskine was born on 27 April […]

Medica Liberia Trains Stakeholders On SGBV In Nimba

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-Calls For Robust Efforts In Ensuring That SGBV Is Eliminated In All Forms In Liberia Medica Liberia, an international nongovernmental organization with support from the United Nations Development Program (UNDP)   has concluded a three day capacity building training workshop for 25 stakeholders on sexual Gender Based Violence (SGBV) in Tappita […]

Beaten for Speaking Against CDC

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MONROVIA November 8–One of the   brothers   who entered into fist fight late last  year for expressing  his dissatisfaction over the elections of president George Weah said  he feels unsafe as long as those who beat  and wounded him are still active in politics.

US Medical Volunteer Commits To Backup St. Timothy Hospital

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-As Medical Charity Group Honors Dr. Appel A medical volunteer now assigned in Liberia has made a commitment to backup and strengthen healthcare delivery at the St. Timothy Government Hospital in Grand Cape Mount County. Making the declaration over the weekend at a local hotel in Monrovia, Dr. James Eric […]

WONGOSOL Strives For End to Violence Against Girls

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-Ends One Day Experience Sharing Dialogue By Esau J. Farr It is seems that the fight against all forms of violence against women, girls and children is far from ending once decision makers and other stateactors do not change their attitudes, perceptions or mind set in ensuring that the world […]

‘GOL Losing SGBGs Fight’

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-NCJPC Asserts The National Commission of Catholic Justice, Peace and Caritas (NCJPC) says it is deeply trouble that state actors are losing the fight against sexual and gender based violence in Liberia. According to the group, “One Stop” centers established by National Government to serve as first contact points are […]