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Liberia has opened a Chinese funded medical center in the capital Monrovia Tuesday. The bulk of medical supplies and equipment had been shipped from China to help set up the 100 bed infectious disease hospital built in the space of a month. Clementine Logan reports
On November 3, the medical Aircraft to be base in Liberia and serve the West African Sub-region has being launch in the County. The ASPEN-Medical Aircraft will take patient from Liberia to other parts of West Africa. The Beach craft 900C is owned and operated by Aspen-Medical International which has health facilities present in Africa including Liberia. The Aircraft carry six patients at a time. Moses Garzeawu reports
The Liberia Medical Mission formed by members of the Liberian diaspora works to eradicate and spread awareness of Ebola in Liberia. The group worked to limit the spread of the disease during its peak and continues to bring medical supplies to Liberia. VOA's Monique John reports.
Chevron's partnership with Texas Children's Hospital and Baylor College of Medicine brings pediatricians and OB-GYNs to JFK Memorial Medical Center in Monrovia, Liberia, to help improve medical care for mothers and children. For more about Chevron in Liberia, visit http://www.chevron.com/countries/liberia/.
To say medical supplies and healthcare personnel are in short supply in Liberia would be a vast understatement. Liberia Vice President Joseph Boakai and his delegation met with healthcare leaders in the northwest metro to emphasize that point. Earlier this year, the Ebola virus crippled the republic still recovering from a devastating civil war. More than 4800 people died from the Ebola virus, which included many medical personnel. Basic supplies like gloves and syringes are still scarce. "It's nothing like you see here," says Vice President Boakai. "Without good health, there's nothing we can do." Many Liberians and volunteers from the northwest metro have led the way in rebuilding efforts. Brooklyn Park Fire Chief Ken Prillaman has organized firefighting donation efforts and training ...
To help Liberia contain the Ebola virus, China has provided medical supplies as emergency humanitarian aid. Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf and the Chinese Ambassador to Liberia, Zhang Yue, attended the handover ceremony in the capital Monrovia.
A patient suspected of suffering from the deadly Ebola virus left quarantine in Monrovia to search for food at a local market. The video shows him being chased and finally being caught by doctors. He is forced back into an ambulance while scared and angry crowds watched on. One local woman said care for Ebola patients was so inadequate they were not even being fed. “The patients are hungry, they are starving. No food, no water. The government need to do more,” she said. More than 1,550 people in four West African countries have died from the virus since the outbreak was first recorded in March. Liberia has the highest infection rate with around 700 deaths out of 1,327 suspected and confirmed cases. What is in the news today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY...
The local community take advantage of the free healthcare brought to them in Fendell.
As founder and CEO of Delivering Good Health Community Services Int'l, registered nurse Nallie Brumskine Moore has collected and sent more than 40 boxes of medial supplies to her home country of Liberia. In this AllEyesOnDC clip, Moore, who now lives in the D.C. metropolitan area, talks about how her humble beginnings inspired her calling to help her fellow Liberians.
The Chinese government has sent around 5 million US dollars’ worth of emergency medical supplies to help fight the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.The shipment consists of disease-prevention materials. It arrived by plane in the capitals of Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia on Monday evening. The supplies will be followed on Wednesday by 3 teams of Chinese medical experts.
International Aid travels to Liberia to perform flood disaster assessment for the DeVos Foundation. DeVos Medical Clinic survives a disastrous flood in the fall of 2015 and continues to shine the light for Christ and serve the people of Bo Waterside, Liberia.
Although the Ebola epidemic is stabilizing in Liberia, there are still outbreaks that must be controlled. Fifty-three brigades of Cuban health professionals are being trained to contribute to this task by working in Ebola treatment centers in Montserrado. teleSUR http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/v/brigada-de-sanitarios-cubanos-lucha-contra-el-ebola-en-liberia-en/