Post-Ebola Liberia

Liberia

The West African Ebola outbreak of 2014–2015 took a severe toll on the Liberian health system, which was already fragile and suffering from inadequate medical infrastructures.

Although health services are being progressively restored in Liberia, important gaps persist, notably in under-funded areas such as specialised paediatric care and mental health.

We set up the Bardnesville Junction Hospital, in the capital Monrovia, which provides specialised and emergency paediatric care, neonatology services, management of complicated severe malnutrition.

Our hospital has been validated by the Liberia Board of Nursery and Midwifery as a site for clinical skills training, where groups of nursing students complete their practical training.

 
Liberia pediatric surgery
Liberia

MSF opens paediatric surgery programme

Project Update 31 Jan 2018
 
MSF HIV Clinics in Kinshasa, DRC
HIV/AIDS

HIV response in West and Central Africa will not succeed if key barriers remain unaddressed

Press Release 3 Jul 2017
 
Ebola and Marburg

The Politics of Fear

Press Release 21 Feb 2017
 
Closure Of MSF Projects in Conakry, Guinea
Ebola and Marburg

MSF closes final Ebola projects for survivors

Project Update 21 Oct 2016
 
Ebola in Paynesville, Liberia
Liberia

The psychological scars of Ebola

Project Update 20 Oct 2016
 
Ebola, Equateur province, DRC
Ebola and Marburg

MSF supported research on Ebola

Report 23 Mar 2016