‘Task-shifting’ in the obstetric health sector to compensate for the limited skilled staff.
The new school year starts with support for improved hygiene and sanitation
Liberia is again Ebola free but vigilance remains as crucial as ever
The lean season ends soon but support to rural associations remains critical
School feeding programme targets 127,000 children
Principled partnership between Government and humanitarian actors results in effective response in the new Ebola outbreak.
Government calls for enhanced monitoring of health centres and swabbing of all bodies at funeral homes.
Prepositioning by partners and Government contributes to success of Margibi response.
Protection partners form the Protection Partners Forum to ensure continued monitoring of protection concerns in the country.
16 per cent of Liberia’s population is food insecure, and the situation is not improving.
Government and partners call for enhanced surveillance and prevention, as new EVD cases are confirmed.
Emerging recovery trends focus on disaster preparedness and risk reduction.
Government and partners to address SGBV concerns; and integrate protection needs of older persons and People living with Disabilities.
International Recovery Conference on Ebola to be held in New York on 10 July.
Liberia declared Ebola free on 9 May 2015
Successful measles, polio and deworming campaign undertaken in all counties.
Ebola response efforts transitioning into early recovery focus across all sectors.
In this issue
Vigilance remains high P.1
Immunization campaign P.2
Early Recovery planning P.3
Funding Overview P.6