Liberia Patients Suffer as Health Workers go on Strike

The National Health Workers' Union of Liberia is demanding that budgetary allotment for the health sector should provide adequate medical and laboratory supplies as well as other logistics for all health facilities across the country in addition to three months arrears and benefits owed them.

  • Liberia:   Patients Suffer Strike Action

    New Republic, 24 September 2019

    It was a sad day for many patients who visited public health centers after they were asked to go home due to the ongoing strike action by Public Health Workers. Read more »

Liberian nurses (file photo).

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