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Not on Senator Taylor’s Path We Will Thrive

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Not on Senator Taylor’s Path We Will Thrive

One of the 13 Senatorial candidates and incumbent Bong County Senator Jewel Howard-Taylor, on last Thursday before some of her colleagues and others having lunch in the cafeteria of the Liberian Senate, had no better way to engage the New Dawn, but to rain invectives on the paper for a number of publications on her deeds in the name of Bong County.

 

Ebola: The battle must be unending

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Ebola: The battle must be unending

Amid reports of the declining rate of the spread of the deadly Ebola virus disease in Liberia, the battle against the disease must be unending. Even though health authorities and medical charities working in the country may be reporting reduction in the number of cases and deaths in various communities and Ebola Treatment Centers or ETU, while the mode of transmission appears to be declining, the crisis must still be treated as if it was just beginning. The Liberian Government, through the Ministry of Health and international charities working against Ebola in country must also exercise cautions in transmitting information about whatever decline noticed about the outbreak.

 

Why contract an international financial firm?

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Why contract an international financial firm?

An international “Fiduciary Agent” has reportedly been selected by the Liberian Government to manage the Ebola Trust Fund or ETF. The decision to contract the international financial management firm (Price Water House), according to the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning, is to uphold the commitment of the government to full transparency and accountability as announced recently by Minister Amara Konneh.

 

Ebola Crisis: No complacency amid reported progress

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Ebola Crisis: No complacency amid reported progress

Latest statistics from Liberian Health Ministry authorities put the number of people succumbing to the deadly Ebola virus in the country at 2,700 out of a total of about 5000 in the West African sub region. Despite the huge death toll, the disease may appear to be gradually vanishing even though only syndromic treatment is being administered in the absence of a cure.

 

Hailing the return of health workers

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Hailing the return of health workers

Liberian health workers are fully back at health facilities, despite the inability of the government to meet its financial obligations to them. Their return also followed numerous appeals from a number of high profile individuals and institutions, including the World Health Organization or WHO. The government had earlier promised to pay health workers hazard salaries and death benefits, beginning September this, but to no avail.

 
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