Healthcare Development Plan

Our Vision & Mission

Building a Healthy Nation: A Comprehensive Healthcare Plan for Liberia

As the leading presidential candidate in Liberia, our campaign places utmost importance on the health and well-being of all citizens. Our comprehensive healthcare plan will prioritize the expansion of medical facilities, enhance healthcare services, and implement preventive health programs to ensure a healthier and happier nation.

Expansion of Medical Facilities:

We recognize the critical need for accessible healthcare facilities across the country. Our plan involves the construction and renovation of hospitals, clinics, and healthcare centers in underserved areas. By increasing the number of medical facilities, we will improve access to quality healthcare services for all Liberians, regardless of their location.

Enhancement of Healthcare Services:

Quality healthcare services are vital for a thriving society. Our plan includes recruiting and training healthcare professionals, such as doctors, nurses, and technicians, to ensure a skilled and competent workforce. Recognizing the need for specialized doctors and nurses, we will design a robust training program that will allow our doctors and nurses to become specialists aimed at not only building a resilient health sector but also strengthening the Medical School, Liberia College of Physicians and Surgeons (LCPS), Tubman National Institute of Medical Arts (TNIMA) and several nursing schools in Liberia.   We will invest in medical equipment, technology, and pharmaceutical supplies to improve diagnosis, treatment, and patient care. Our focus will not only be tailored on providing training for doctors and nurses but will also focus on training of other specialized allied health workers, including laboratory technologists, bio medical engineers, bio medical statisticians, medical physicists, etc.  Additionally, we will establish telemedicine services to extend medical assistance to remote areas and build a Centralized Bio Medical Unit to ensure maintenance of bio medical equipment throughout Liberia.

Preventive Health Programs:

Prevention is the key to a healthy nation. We will implement robust preventive health programs that focus on education, awareness, and early intervention. These programs will promote healthy lifestyles, disease prevention, and regular health screenings. We will prioritize vaccination campaigns, maternal and child healthcare, and public health initiatives to address prevalent diseases and improve overall well-being.

Mental Health and Well-being:

We understand the significance of mental health and its impact on individuals and society as a whole. Our healthcare plan includes the establishment of mental health centers, training programs for mental health professionals, and awareness campaigns to reduce the stigma surrounding mental health issues. We will work with the Management of the John F. Kennedy Medical Center to reconstruct the Catherine Mills Mental Health and Rehabilitation Hospital, thus providing a fit-for-purpose mental health facility. We will provide accessible and affordable mental health services to support the psychological well-being of all Liberians.

Collaboration and Partnerships:

To ensure the success of our healthcare plan, we will foster collaboration among stakeholders, including government agencies, healthcare institutions, non-profit organizations, and international partners. We will actively seek partnerships to leverage resources, expertise, and funding to implement our initiatives effectively. Collaboration will enable us to address healthcare challenges comprehensively and create sustainable solutions.

Health Infrastructure Resilience:

Recognizing the importance of preparedness, our plan includes enhancing the resilience of healthcare infrastructure to effectively respond to emergencies and pandemics. We will construct a national infectious disease hospital at the John F. Kennedy Medical Center and sub units at the fifteen-referral hospitals of Liberia to robustly respond to disease conditions of epidemic potential, EBOLA, COVID, Lassa Fever, Cholera, etc. We will also construct a national forensic laboratory at the John F. Kennedy Medical Center to provide scientific evidence for several heinous crimes, including rape, murder, etc., thus adding value and strengthening the legal system in Liberia.    We will invest in medical supply chains, emergency response systems, and capacity building for healthcare professionals to ensure Liberia is well-equipped to handle any future health crises.


Our comprehensive healthcare plan is dedicated to improving the well-being of all Liberians. By prioritizing the expansion of medical facilities, enhancing healthcare services, implementing preventive health programs, and addressing mental health needs, will allow us to create a healthier nation. Through collaboration and partnerships, we will work tirelessly to ensure accessible, high-quality healthcare for all, leaving no one behind on our journey towards a brighter and healthier future for Liberia.