Rebuilding Basic Health Services (RBHS) is a five-year program to support Liberia’s goal, outlined in its National Health Policy and Plan, of increasing access to basic health services and strengthening the decentralized management of the health system.
Although Liberia’s long civil war left its health care service delivery system fragmented, severely damaged, and heavily dependent on international donors and NGOs, in only a few short years, Liberia has taken bold steps to transition from an emergency relief model of health service delivery to a functioning, decentralized health system. MASS is working with the MOHSW Liberia, RBHS, and a local subsidiary of John Snow Institute to design and construct a three story, 145-bed facility with sufficient space for nurses’ stations, bathrooms/showers, office and play area.
Status: Under Construction
Location: Monrovia, LR