‘Skin Disease’ At Margibi Prison Center

[NEWS] Authorities at the Kakata Central Prison in Margibi County say there is an outbreak of Itch, (skin disease) among inmates that is causing serious health problem for them.

[NEWS] Authorities at the Kakata Central Prison in Margibi County say there is an outbreak of Itch, (skin disease) among inmates that is causing serious health problem for them.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘We Need Farming Equipment’

[New Republic] Officials and members of the National Farmer Cooperative of Tarlesson Farms Inc. (NFCTFI) say in order to help alleviate poverty and hunger in Liberia, there is a need for the provision of farming equipment to farmers across the country.

[New Republic] Officials and members of the National Farmer Cooperative of Tarlesson Farms Inc. (NFCTFI) say in order to help alleviate poverty and hunger in Liberia, there is a need for the provision of farming equipment to farmers across the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

LAC, AML Face Inquiry

[New Republic] In an effort to measure the performances of Liberia Agriculture Company (LAC) and ArcelorMittal Liberia (AML), Grand Bassa County district#4 Representative Jeh Byron Browne has written the plenary of the House of Representatives to scrut…

[New Republic] In an effort to measure the performances of Liberia Agriculture Company (LAC) and ArcelorMittal Liberia (AML), Grand Bassa County district#4 Representative Jeh Byron Browne has written the plenary of the House of Representatives to scrutinize the operations of the two companies in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Miss Liberia Meets President Sirleaf

[New Republic] Miss Liberia, Ms. Wokie Kou Dolo who is preparing to depart Liberia for Kigali, Rwanda sometime this month to compete for the Miss Africa Continent Beauty Pageant, early this week paid a courtesy call on the Liberian leader, President El…

[New Republic] Miss Liberia, Ms. Wokie Kou Dolo who is preparing to depart Liberia for Kigali, Rwanda sometime this month to compete for the Miss Africa Continent Beauty Pageant, early this week paid a courtesy call on the Liberian leader, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf at her Foreign Ministry office to seek her blessing before departing to Kigali.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Prevail Research Making Impact

[New Republic] The Social Mobilization and Communications Team at the Liberia-US Clinical Research Partnership, PREVAIL continues to make headways in its advocacy and community engagement activities across Liberia. Much was achieved in April and the im…

[New Republic] The Social Mobilization and Communications Team at the Liberia-US Clinical Research Partnership, PREVAIL continues to make headways in its advocacy and community engagement activities across Liberia. Much was achieved in April and the impact has left many relishing the opportunity to join.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Ajax Launches Bid for Liberian Footballer

[NEWS] Liberian football may be experiencing some problems developing its capacity, but the country has never been short of raw talents. Although Liberia’s rating on the FIFA listing has declined, yet skillful Liberian footballers abroad are still bein…

[NEWS] Liberian football may be experiencing some problems developing its capacity, but the country has never been short of raw talents. Although Liberia's rating on the FIFA listing has declined, yet skillful Liberian footballers abroad are still being haunted by some of the world's biggest names in football.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Drug Users Arrested

[NEWS] The Liberia Drug Enforcement Agency, (LDEA) in Margibi County have arrested four persons in connection with drug trafficking, prescription abuse and other harmful substances.

[NEWS] The Liberia Drug Enforcement Agency, (LDEA) in Margibi County have arrested four persons in connection with drug trafficking, prescription abuse and other harmful substances.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

MCSP Persuades Students to Study Medical Lab

[NEWS] The Maternal Child Survival Program’s (MCSP), Human Resources for Health, Project has concluded a career day program encouraging prospective high school graduates to study medical laboratory, following the completion of high school.

[NEWS] The Maternal Child Survival Program's (MCSP), Human Resources for Health, Project has concluded a career day program encouraging prospective high school graduates to study medical laboratory, following the completion of high school.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia