'Thoughtful Policies' in Liberia Led to Economic Growth - Envoy

"Liberia was on the right trajectory in its recovery from conflict [before Ebola struck] - moderate but steady economic growth resulting from thoughtful policies and the support of citizens", writes outgoing U.S. Ambassador Deborah Malac.

U.S Ambassador to Liberia Deborah Ruth Malac.

  • Liberia:   U.S. Govt. 'Differs' With Ellen

    NEWS, 14 December 2015

    Outgoing United States Ambassador Deborah Malac has differed with President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf relative to the procedure of releasing the U.S. State Department report on… Read more »

  • Liberia:   'Delisting Doess Not Guarantee Visa' - U.S. Ambassador

    NEWS, 12 December 2015

    Outgoing United States Ambassador to Liberia Deborah Malac has clarified that being delisted from the U.S. sanction list does not guarantee an individual a visa for the United… Read more »

  • Liberia:   U.S. Ebola Money Accounted For - Ambassador

    NEWS, 10 December 2015

    Amidst controversies surrounding the usage of money provided to the Government of Liberia by the international community to fight the Ebola Virus Disease, outgoing United States… Read more »

  • Liberia:   Govt. Honors Ambassador Malac

    New Dawn, 10 December 2015

    President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf and her officials have honored outgoing U.S. Ambassador to Liberia, Deborah Ruth Malac, recounting her numerous efforts and support to the country. Read more »

  • Liberia:   Liberia Is My Second Home'

    Observer, 8 December 2015

    There seems to be more to the notion that Liberia is considered one of the strongest allies of the United States as US diplomats assigned here constantly express their admiration… Read more »

  • Liberia:   U.S. Envoy Urges Liberian Media

    NEWS, 8 December 2015

    "Media outlets in Liberia must use their powerful tool of journalism wisely," United States Ambassador Deborah Malac has cautioned. Read more »


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