News & Event

  • Outlines of LMHRA Managing Director Pharm. Keturah C. Smith Administration October 2019- December 2020

    Outlines of LMHRA Managing Director Pharm. Keturah C. Smith Administration October 2019- December 2020

    Based on our responsibility as Communications Unit of the Liberia Medicines & Health Products Regulatory Authority (LMHRA) to project the positive image and workings of the authority; the Unit has deemed it prudent to outline the leadership and tremendous achievements of the administration of its Managing Director, Pharmacist Keturah C. Smith from October 2019 – […]Read More »
  • LMHRA Commends LRA For Collaboration

    LMHRA Commends LRA For Collaboration

    The Liberian Medicines &Health Products Regulatory Authority (LMHRA) is commending the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) for the level of collaboration in recent time especially in helping combating the illicit flow of pharmaceutical products in the country. The LRA in recent has been instrumental in confiscating thousands of dollars illegal pharmaceutical products smuggled in the country […]Read More »
  • LMHRA MD Calls For More Support

    LMHRA MD Calls For More Support

    The Managing Director of the Liberia Medicines and Health Products Regulatory Authority (LMHRA), Pharm. Keturah C. Smith, is calling on the Government and international partners to lend more support to the institution; especially the improvement of the testing laboratory. Appearing as guest on the Freedom Morning Ride, on Freedom FM in Monrovia, the LMHRA MD […]Read More »
  • LMHRA Ends 5-Days Awareness Campaign

    LMHRA Ends 5-Days Awareness Campaign

    In an effort to discourage citizens from purchasing fake, substandard and expired medicines and health products on the local market, the Liberia Medicines and Health Products Regulatory Authority (LMHRA) has commenced a five-day awareness campaign aimed at discouraging citizens from purchasing fake, substandard and expired medicines and health products on the local market. The campaign […]Read More »
  • Liberia Revenue Authority Seizes Substandard Medical Drugs

    Liberia Revenue Authority Seizes Substandard Medical Drugs

    The Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) through its Customs Department has seized a huge quantity of substandard pharmaceutical products smuggled into the country. The substandard pharmaceutical products including Vitamin C, Vitamin B-2, Cold Caps and Amoxicillin among others, were concealed in 18-boxes on-board three Guinean commercial buses. The medicines, valued at US$10,000, were discovered by officers […]Read More »
  • LMHRA Board Conducts Two-day Strategic Workshop

    LMHRA Board Conducts Two-day Strategic Workshop

    In an effort to boost productivity at the Liberia Medicines and Health Products Regulatory Authority (LMHRA), the Board of Directors in August 2020 conducted a two-day strategic workshop  that seek to improve the workings of the authority thereby boosting productivity. According to the Chairman of the Board of Directors, Professor, Hasipha Tarpeh, the objective of […]Read More »
  • LMHRA, USP-PQM+ Set-up Post-Marketing Surveillance Technical Working Group For Liberia

    LMHRA, USP-PQM+ Set-up Post-Marketing Surveillance Technical Working Group For Liberia

    In bid to sustainably strengthen pharmaceuticals and medical product quality assurance systems in Liberia, the Liberia Medicines and Health Products Regulatory Authority (LMHRA) in collaboration with the United States Pharmacopeia Convention (USP), promoting the Quality of Medicines Plus, on December 18, 2020, established a Post Market Surveillance Technical Working Group (PMS-TWG) for Liberia. The goal […]Read More »
  • LMHRA, Stakeholders Brainstorm On Strategy To Build A WHO Pre-Qualified Quality Control Lab

    LMHRA, Stakeholders Brainstorm On Strategy To Build A WHO Pre-Qualified Quality Control Lab

    The Liberia Medicines & Health Products Regulatory Authority (LMHRA) and several stakeholders of the LMHRA held a one-day meeting aimed at brainstorming on strategy and galvanizing resources to build an Internationally Certified Quality Control Laboratory (QCL) to ensure the general public has access to safe, effective and quality medicines. Addressing the LMHRA stakeholders’ meeting with […]Read More »