News & Event

  • LMHRA MD Discloses Outcomes From WA-MRH 11th Steering Committee Meeting
    (Monrovia- June 1, 2022):  The Managing Director of the Liberia Medicines and Health Products Regulatory Authority (LMHRA) Managing Director, Pharmacist Keturah C. Smith-Chineh (Mrs.), recently attended the 11th West Africa Medicines Regulatory Harmonization (WA-MRH) Initiative Steering Committee Meeting; where several issues about the regulatory harmonization of medicines were discussed. The 11th WA-MRH Steering Committee Meeting […]Read More »
  • LMHRA Opens Regional Offices At Border Points Across Liberia
    To Combat Substandard & Falsified Medicines From Entering Liberia: As the Liberia Medicines and Health Products Regulatory Authority (LMHRA), strives to ensure that Substandard and Falsified (SF) Medicines do not enter the borders of Liberia; the authority has moved swiftly by establishing offices at key border points across the country. So far, LMHRA has divided […]Read More »
  • LMHRA Promulgates Seven New Regulations
    The Liberia Medicines & Health Products Regulations Authority (LMHRA) in collaboration with the United States Pharmacopeia, through the Promoting of Quality Medicines Plus (USP PQM+), has promulgated seven new regulations that seek to guide the pharmaceutical sector of Liberia. The promulgation of these regulations by the LMHRA is in fulfillment of Part 5 Section 7 […]Read More »
  • LMHRA Ends A 16-Day Zero Drug Peddling Campaign
    In Public and Private Schools In an effort to discourage students from purchasing medicines and health products from street peddlers, the Liberia Medicines and Health Products Regulatory Authority (LMHRA) has climaxed a 16-day public awareness campaign in 28 public and private high schools in Montserrado county. The campaign was launched on Tuesday February 8, 2022 […]Read More »
  • USAID Donates Critical Quality Assurance Lab Equipment To LMHRA
    The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) recently donated several pieces of critical testing equipment to the Liberia Medicines and Health Products Regulatory Authority (LMHRA) for its quality control laboratory to assure that all medicines and health products entering Liberia meet rigorous quality standards. Liberian President George Manneh Weah attended the handover ceremony on […]Read More »
  • Pres. Weah Dedicates LMHRA Mini-Quality Control Lab
    Ultra-modern QCL Expected Within A Year President George Manneh Weah on May 13, 2022, dedicated Liberia Medicines and Health Products Regulatory Authority (LMHRA) mini Quality Control Laboratory, King’s Farm, Careysburg, Montserrado County. During the dedicatory ceremony, President Weah admonished the management of LMHRA to ensure the construction of the ultra-modern quality control laboratory within a […]Read More »
  • LMHRA COMPLETES 14-Day Pharmaceutical Premise Inspection
    Friday, 07 October 2022: The Liberia Medicines and Health Products Regulatory Authority (LMHRA) conducted inspection of pharmaceutical warehouses from 12th – 26th September 2022 in Montserrado County. Proper storage of medicines is important to ensure the quality, effectiveness and safety of the medicines. The loss of potency during storage may influence the therapeutic outcome, efficacy and […]Read More »
  • LMHRA’s Region 3 Office Confiscates Huge Consignment of Tramadol at Bo-Waterside Border
    As Drug Peddlers Enter Into a Fist-Fight with LMHRA Inspectors To continue to ensure that Substandard and Falsified (SF) medicines do not enter the borders of Liberia, the Liberia Medicines and Health Products Regulatory Authority (LMHRA) Region 3 Office in Grand Cape Mount County, covering the Western Cluster Counties of Cape Mount, Bomi, and Gbarpolu, has […]Read More »
  • LMHRA Boss Wants Drugs Peddling Robustly Discouraged
    Procures New Vehicle for Region-3 Inspectorate Liberia’s National Regulatory Authority of Liberia, the Liberia Medicines and Health Products Regulatory Authority (LMHRA), Managing Director, Pharmacist Keturah Smith-Chineh, has admonished staff assigned at the Gbarpolu, Bomi, and, Grand Cape Mount Counties (Region-3) detachment, to work robustly to discourage drugs peddling and also vigilantly ensure that pharmaceuticals do […]Read More »
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