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Filtering by Category: Liberia

Engaging with Journalists in Liberia to report more accurately

Future Health Systems

On September 7, 2018, Liberia Center for Outcomes Research in Mental Health (LiCORMH) hosted a one-day workshop entitled ‘Preparing Journalists for Accurately Reporting Research Finding’ in the business conurbation of Monrovia called Sinkor. We are pleased to have had journalists from various media outlets attend the workshop to hear our concerns and requests.

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Tackling antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in pluralistic health systems

Future Health Systems

There is growing scientific evidence that infections that are resistant to antibiotics are a serious global health challenge. This has stimulated wide agreement on a Global Action Plan for Addressing AMR and many countries have produced National Action Plans. It is important that these action plans take into account the local context. This is especially important in countries with a pluralistic health system in which people seek health care from a wide variety of public and private providers of drugs and medical care. One lesson from the work of the Future Health Systems Consortium is the need to take a systems approach for tackling health challenges in these countries. This blog highlights some priority issues that this kind of approach needs to take into account.

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Community Resilience in the context of the Ebola Virus Disease epidemic in Liberia

Future Health Systems

Sehwah Sonkarlay, LiCORMH, Liberia, and Future Health Systems, writes about reflections by key actors on Liberia’s experience in identifying and building resilience at the community level in the context of the recent Ebola epidemic, combined with its post-war and unique sociopolitical history.

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