Humanitarian Worker Kidnapped In Eastern Mali, WHO Chief Expresses Concern

A humanitarian worker has been kidnapped from his car in eastern Mali, according to the head of the World Health Organization (WHO). Mahamadou Diawara, a doctor who works for the global health body, was abducted by unidentified assailants in the district of MΓ©naka, WHO boss Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said in a tweet. He expressed his […]

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Liberia Health And Rights Journalist Network Concludes Successful Policy Dialogue

The Liberia Health and Rights Journalist Network, formerly known as the Liberia Anti Aids Media Network, recently concluded a one-day policy dialogue engagement with stakeholders and journalists in Congo Town, Monrovia. The gathering aimed to discuss policies that will support the fight to stop the violation of the rights of key populations and marginalized groups […]

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Hybrid Immunity – Mix Of COVID-19 Vaccination And Infection – Found To Provide High Level Of Protection

A new analysis led by the World Health Organization (WHO) suggests that vaccinated people who get infected with COVID-19 might be able to go longer between booster shots than those who have never been infected. The analysis found that those who are vaccinated against COVID-19 and have been infected have a very high level of […]

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36 First-Year Medical Students Initiated At The A.M. Dogliotti School Of Medicine

The A.M. Dogliotti School of Medicine within the College of Health Sciences, University of Liberia (UL), initiated 36 first-year medical students on Saturday, January 7, 2023. The White Coat ceremony for the first-year students, with the class name β€˜Medicas Manus’ (Healing Hands), was held in the auditorium of the Medical School in Congo Town. Families […]

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