GOL to Provide 1.8m to MOH to Strengthen Community Health Services Supervisors
Congo Town- Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor has announced 1.8m to the Ministry of Health to strengthen community health services supervisors (CHSS).
VP Taylor made the disclosure at the climax of the 3rd International Community Health Workers symposium at the Ellen Johnson Ministerial Complex in Congo Town.
According to her, the CDC-led government will continue to provide the needed support to these CHSS across the Country to provide better support for the Healthcare delivery system as they work to fill the gap.
She indicated that health practitioners in Liberia have made a significant impact, taking basic health services to far-to-reach areas across the country.
With recent development from international Partners that the Government of Liberia under the watch of President Weah has improved Community Health services in Liberia, the Liberian First Female Vice President said the government is prepared and committed to providing the necessary support to Community Health Workers to make sure all Liberians have access to health care.
She also used the occasion to call on health workers to double their efforts in ensuring that citizens have sustainable health services in the midst of government commitment.
Liberia hosted the 3rd Community Health Workers Symposium from March 20-24. The Symposium brought together 700 delegates from 46 countries.