Press Releases

 
  1. Number of People Living with HIV Increase from 33,000 to 43,000 in Liberia
    29th August 2017 | Size: 20 KB | File Type: pdf
  2. County Coordinators and County Focal Persons Get Training in Program Management, Mainstreaming HIV and Monitoring and Evaluation
    28th August 2017 | Size: 281 KB | File Type: pdf
  3. National AIDS Commission Launches ‘Know Your Status’ HIV Counseling and Testing Campaign
    25th August 2017 | Size: 390 KB | File Type: pdf
  4. HIV prevention strategy Liberia (Final Version)
    16th August 2017 | Size: 732 KB | File Type: pdf
Tuesday, 29th August 2017
Monrovia/Friday, August 25, 2017/NAC: With the national HIV prevalence at 2. Read


M&E Coordinator Sandei Cooper makes presentation on non-clinical data reporting tools
Monday, 28th August 2017
In line with the Government’s Decentralization and Deconcentration Policy, the National AIDS Commission in 2012 established offices in 5 counties, namely; Grand Bassa, Bong, Bomi, Lofa and Nimba in an effort to coordinate the national Read More>> Read


National AIDS Commission staff and peer educators at the launch of ‘Know Your Status’ Campaign in New Kru Town, Monrovia
Friday, 25th August 2017
A massive HIV Counseling and Testing Campaign seeking to reach more than 286,000 persons by December 2017 has been undertaken in Monrovia. Read


National AIDS Commission Staff Earns International Certificate in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
Thursday, 24th August 2017
On March 3rd, 2017, a six-member Liberian delegation, with full support from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida), departed Monrovia for Malmo, Sweden for a one month course in Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights. Read


National AIDS Commission Sets Mission, Vision and Core Values At Annual Staff Retreat
Saturday, 19th August 2017
More than 35 employees and commissioners of the National AIDS Commission converged at the Golden Gate Hotel in Paynesville from May 10th to 12th, 2017 for the Commission’s Staff Retreat, the first of its kind since the Commission first came into existence through an executive order of the President of Liberia in 2008. Read


Wednesday, 16th August 2017
Partial view of partners at the Annual Review Meeting From the 19th to the 20th of April 2017, partners in the National HIV Response representing civil society organizations, the media, government ministries, faith based organizations, NGOs, and the United Nations, gathered at the Golden Gate Hotel in Paynesville for the National HIV and AIDS Response Annual Review Meeting for 2015-2016 and 2017-2018. Read


Wednesday, 16th August 2017
A two-man delegation from the UNAIDS West and Central Africa Regional office and headquarters in Dakar and Geneva respectively is visiting Liberia. Read


Journalists Receive Training in Use of HIV and AIDS Media Guide
Thursday, 8th September 2016
On Friday August 12, 2016 about 30 journalists and civil society organizations were trained in the use of Liberia's first HIV and AIDS Media Guide. Read


 Focus Group Discussion in Grand Kru County
Friday, 5th August 2016
HIV has been one of the most daunting public health concerns over the past 30 years The number and circumstances of HIV infection have had devastating effects across Sub-Saharan Africa, with impacts being felt in all sectors of society including the economy and the family. Read


Friday, 5th August 2016
It is no doubt that the impact of both HIV and or Ebola has affected health care delivery and the economic empowerment of people; most especially women in Liberia. Read


Wednesday, 3rd August 2016
A 2016 UNAIDS Report on HIV and AIDS has revealed that since the start of the epidemic, 35 million people have died of AIDS-related illnesses while an estimated 78 million people have become infected with HIV. Read


A man takes antiretroviral drugs in Malaysia. Why is HIV and AIDS funding drying up, and can middle income countries fill the gap?
Wednesday, 3rd August 2016
Sixteen years ago, the International AIDS Conference was held in Durban, South Africa at the same venue where it was held this year. Read


UNAIDS Regional Director Dr. Djibril Diallo
Monday, 1st August 2016
The Regional Director of the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS) for the West and Central Africa, Dr. Read


Friday, 10th June 2016
In a bid to prevent new HIV infections in the country, the National AIDS Commission of Liberia (NAC) and partners have launched the National HIV and AIDS Strategic Plan (NSP) 2015-2020. Read


Partial view of participants at the HIV and AIDS Workshop in Gbarnga
Friday, 10th June 2016
As part of efforts to rejuvenate the national HIV response across the country, the National AIDS Commission of Liberia has launched a massive HIV and AIDS awareness campaign in Gbarnga, Bong County. Read


Tuesday, 26th January 2016
New data from the Liberia Institute for Statistics and Geo-Information Services (LISGIS) indicate that the country’s HIV prevalence has increased from 1. Read


A partial view of students at the parade
Wednesday, 6th January 2016
The Government of Liberia through the National AIDS Commission (NAC) and the National AIDS Control Program (NACP) of the Ministry of Health has executed series of activities in observance of the World AIDS Day 2015 in the Country The national commemoration took place in Buchanan. Read


National AIDS Commission’s Partnership Commissioner Juanita Ramirez
Wednesday, 6th January 2016
In an effort to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030, the National AIDS Commission of Liberia is challenging Liberians and partners to reawaken and join in the spirit of oneness in responding to the HIV and AIDS situation in the country Speaking at an indoor program marking the official observance of World AIDS Day in Buchanan, Grand Bassa on December 1, Mrs. Read


Mrs. Korto Reeves Williams, ActionAid Liberia’s Country Director and World AIDS Day Keynote Speaker
Wednesday, 6th January 2016
This year's World AIDS Day orator says that if the HIV pandemic must be halted, the Liberian Government and its partners must prioritize the issues of sexual and gender based violence. Read


HIV and AIDS and PMTCT Training for Traditional and Spiritual Healers and Leaders
Tuesday, 13th October 2015
National AIDS Commission and Partners Conduct HIV and AIDS and PMTCT Training for Traditional and Spiritual Healers and Leaders More than eight hundred traditional and spiritual healers and leaders are being trained on the basic information of HIV and AIDS and Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT) of HIV. Read


With Support from UNAIDS H4+ NAC Hosts Three Day Material Development Workshop; Develops and Pre-Tests IEC/BCC Materials
Friday, 9th October 2015
More than 15 persons from the Health Promotion Technical Working Group participated in a three day material development workshop to develop the materials to be used to create awareness on the benefits of PMTCT services in the H4+ Project Counties. Read


A cross section of peer educators being trained by Family of Hope in Fishtown, River Gee County
Friday, 9th October 2015
The United Nations Joint Programme on HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS), under the SIDA H4+ initiative, has been working with the National AIDS Commission (NAC) to undertake strategies aimed at "Creating Demand for PMTCT Services”, that is, linking 189 communities with 15 health facilities in River Gee, Maryland and Grand Kru Counties. Read