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	WHO donation of thousand assorted personal protective equipment to government for use by health workers.</p>
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	WHO country representative, Dr. Nester Ndayimirije making a presentation of thousand assorted personal protective equipment to government for use by health workers.</p>
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	Health Minister, Dr. Walter T. Gwenigale, thanks WHO for the timely intervention to contain the EBOLA outbreak in Liberia.</p>
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	WHO donation of thousand assorted personal protective equipment to government for use by health workers.</p>
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	The Liberian Dental Professionals in collaboration with the Ministry of Health & Social Welfare, observed the World Oral Health Day under the theme: “CELEBRATING HEALTHY SMILES”</p>
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	The Liberian Dental Professionals in collaboration with the Ministry of Health & Social Welfare, observed the World Oral Health Day under the theme: “CELEBRATING HEALTHY SMILES”</p>
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	The people of Izmir, TURKEY, donate two ambulances to the Liberian Health Sector through the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare</p>
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	Group photo of the donation ceremony of the Gift from the people of Izmir, TURKEY</p>
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	Minister of Health, Dr. Walteer T. Gwenigale Launching the Six Annual National Health & Social Welfare Review Conference</p>
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	Group Photo of the Minister, Deputy Ministers, and Assistant Ministers of Ministry of Health and Socisal Welfare at the six Annual National Health & Social Welfare Review Conference</p>
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    The World Health Organization (WHO) has donated several thousand assorted personal protective equipment to the government for use by health workers. Another plane load of medical supplies and equipment will arrive in the country over the week end for distribution nationwide. Presenting the assorted items to government, on behalf of the WHO family, WHO Country Representative to Liberia, Dr. Nestor Ndayimirije, said the donation was in response to government’s call to partners and the international community to support its efforts in containing the Ebola outbreak in the country. Making the presentation on Friday, April 4, Dr. Ndayimirije described the outbreak as a national security issue that requires the concerted efforts of Liberians and foreign residents in combating the disease.

    Click here to downoad a copy of the list of assorted personal protective equipment to the government.

    24 March 2014. The Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MOHSW) would like to inform the general public about sn outbreak of deadly hemorrhagic fever - EBOLA in neighboring Guiinea. The disease is reported to be spreading along the border with Liberia, specifically in the communities/towns close to the Guinean towns of Guekedou, Nzerekedou. Kissidougou and Macenta.

    Below are the Press Releases since the suspected outbreak.
     Click here to download the full press release of April 14, 2014. | Click here to download the April 13th, 2014 Ebola situation report. | Click here to download the EBOLA VIRUS DISEASE EPIDEMIC IN LIBERIA release of April 11, 2014. |
    Click here to download the full press release of April 09, 2014
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    Click here to download the full press release of April 08, 2014
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    | Click here to download the full press release of April 04, 2014. | Click here to download the full press release of April 03, 2014. | Click here to download the full press release of April 02, 2014. | Click here to download the full press release of March 31, 2014. | Click here to download the full press release of March 28, 2014. | Click here to download the full press release of March 27, 2014. | Click here to download the full press release of March 26, 2014. | Click here to download the full press release of March 25, 2014. | Click here to download the full press release of March 24, 2014.



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