Liberia: Senate Receives Free Health Services, Medical Care Act
An Act to establish a fund to finance the provision of free health services and medical care for the aged and disabled Liberian citizens has been submitted to the Senate for… Read more »
Liberia: Local Fishery Company Impacts Fishing Communities
One of Enisul Fisheries processing machines Read more »
Liberia: New MD Takes Over 'Near Collapsed' National Drug Service
Mr. Boakai Boley Read more »
Liberia: 'We'll Hold Weah to Fulfill Pledge for Women's Rights'
Rep.Schaack Read more »
Liberia: Moa to Launch School Garden Program
Deputy Minister Cephus at the launch of the project Read more »
Liberia: World Environment Day - Is Liberia Making Any Effort Towards the Theme, "Beating Plastic Pollution?"
June 5 is observed as World Environment Day. The day was set by the United Nations in 1974 as one important day for encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the protection of… Read more »
Liberia: When Will Suffering End in Clara Town?
When President George Weah got the chance to speak his mind on the economic struggle in the country, he was reported to have said that "the struggle of the people must end." Read more »
Liberia: 250 Schools Benefit From Latrines, Water Systems
Regional IDB Director Taleh speaking at dedicatory ceremony in Tappita, recently. Read more »
Liberia: Students Attending Classes Under Leaky Roof in Bong County
Students of Dorothy Cooper School in Gbarnga have been attending classes under a leaky roof since the beginning of the year, and there is no help yet in sight for them. Read more »
Liberia: 'Liberians Best Suited to Design Development, Poverty Alleviation Strategies for Liberia'
USAID Mission Director to Liberia, Anthony S. Chan, says ending poverty in Liberia will require financial resources that can only be generated from broad-based and sustained… Read more »
Liberia: An Analysis of Government's Pro-Poor Policy - How Can It Enhance Liberia's Economic Development Agenda?
Development thinking has moved a long way from the theory that broad economic development is good for all, but few today would argue that the "trickle down" theory works in… Read more »
Liberia: Who 'Save Lives, Clean Your Hands Campaign' Commemorated in 18 Hospitals
The Ministry of Health's Quality Management Unit in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO) and ACCEL, on May 5 successfully completed the 'WHO Save Lives, Clean… Read more »
Liberia: EPA Boss to Address At Climate Change Confab in Bonn
The Executive Director of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of Liberia, Nathaniel T. Blama, Sr. is attending the United Nations Climate Change Conference from April 30 to… Read more »
Liberia: Future Builders Academy Determines to Provide Quality Instruction to Kids
The proprietor of the Future Builders Academy Inc. (FBAI) in the New Israel Community of central Johnsonville in Montserrado County Williams S. Daniel says the provision of quality… Read more »
Liberia: Racing Against Time - Saving Fatu (And Others) From Sexual Abuse and Socioeconomic Vulnerability in Liberia
I was on a quick 5-mile run on Sunday afternoon January 28, 2018 when my phone rang. It was Nathaniel Kerkula, one of my brothers in Monrovia, Liberia. "Hey Nathaniel, what's up?"… Read more »
Liberia: Stakeholders, Partners, Communities Pledged to Protect National Parks Nationwide
Forest stakeholders and partners at the official launch of the Grebo-Krahn and Gola national parks have pledged to protect the critical biodiversity of species in established parks… Read more »
Liberia: Chamber of Commerce Elections Twice Postponed
The executive members of the Liberia Chamber of Commerce (LCC) have for the second time suspended the much anticipated 67th annual general meeting and election, this time for… Read more »
Liberia: Actionaid Donates Motorbikes to Rural Women
Actionaid Liberia yesterday donated four brand new motorbikes to rural women in Bong, Grand Gedeh, Montserrado and Gbarpolu counties, to ease their transportation burden while… Read more »
Liberia: 36 Entrepreneurs Complete ASPYRE Training Project in Todee
The Activating a Supportive Platform for Young Rural Entrepreneurs (ASPYRE) project has celebrated 36 young men and women's completion of the "I Am an Entrepreneur" training in… Read more »
Liberia: FDA Launches Grebo-Krahn National Park
FDA Managing Director, C. Mike Doryen Read more »
Liberia: Environmental Org. Wants Weah Back-Off From Bali Island
Barely one week after President George Weah made known his intend to transform the Bali Island into "new Monrovia," local environmental conservation and advocacy organizations have… Read more »
Liberia: Immunization Platform Convenes 4th General Assembly in Monrovia
The Interim Board Chair of the Liberia Immunization Platform (LIP) Joyce Kilikpo Jarwolo has told colleagues at the Platform's 4th General Assembly (GA) that it was no better time… Read more »
Liberia: Farmers' Cooperative Opens Cassava Processing Center in Harrisburg
The Johnsonville Women Farmers Multipurpose Cooperative Society, Inc. over the weekend opened a mini cassava processing center in Harrisburg Township, Montserrado County. Read more »
Liberia: President Weah's Initial Pro-Poor Spending - What Will It Achieve?
Our Reporters, Alvin Worzi and Gloria Tamba last Friday did a comprehensive review of President Weah's "pro-poor" spending. Read more »
Liberia: Official Neglect Leaves Hundreds of Children Out of School in Zoe-Gbao
One of the several unsanitary classrooms at Bahn High with damaged ceiling that is not spacious enough to hold 35 students per class, and have a shortage of chairs. Read more »
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