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Health workers get US$5,000 benefit

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Health workers get US$5,000 benefit

The Government of Liberian has announced a US$5,000 death benefit package for families of health workers who died in the Ebola fight across the country. Scores of health workers at various health centers have died while catering to Ebola patients, prompting some of their colleagues to abandon work in demand of better pay and incentives.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 01 October 2014 00:32 )
 

CEMESP demands West Point shooting findings

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CEMESP demands West Point shooting findings

The Center for Media Studies and Peace Building (CEMESP) has filed a Freedom of Information Request to Army Chief of Staff Daniel D. Ziankahn, for the findings of the investigative report on the August 20th shooting incident in West Point Township to be revealed to the public in order to allay the rumor mill that has greeted the process.

 

U.S. military brings in mobile Ebola testing Labs

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U.S. military brings in mobile Ebola testing Labs

The United States military aircraft C-17 on Monday, September 29 landed at Roberts International Airport in Margibi County with key pieces of U.S. military supplies and equipment to aid in the anti-Ebola fight in Liberia. According to a press release, the supplies include two mobile Ebola testing labs and equipment to build 25-bed field hospital for health care workers.

 

Malaria causing more deaths - Ngafuan

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Malaria causing more deaths - Ngafuan

Liberia’s Foreign Minister Augustine Kpehe Ngafuan says the country has been left with inadequate resources, time and personnel to attend to other routine illnesses like malaria, typhoid fever and measles, thereby causing many more tangential deaths.

 

Gov't condemns health workers at JFK

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Gov't condemns health workers at JFK

The Government of Liberia has frowned at health care workers at the John F. Kennedy Hospital in Sinkor, Monrovia for not being professionally active, which led to the death of the daughter of Montserrado County district #16 Representative, Edward Forh, over the weekend.

 
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