The Afrobarometer survey seems to confirm the latest research from the Liberia Institute for Statistics and Geo-information Services, which says that half of the country's population live in abject poverty or is extremely poor, writes the Liberian Observer.
37% Liberians Go Without Food Due to Unemployment
Observer, 26 November 2018
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Traders in Monrovia's largest market district of Waterside on the morning the quarantine was lifted off West Point that's nearby.
Achieving Liberia's Pro-Poor Agenda With a Pro-Liberia and Pro-Self Dependency and Anti-Aid Mindset.
Observer, 8 August 2018
After over 170 years of independence, I'm in total agreement with President Weah that the time has come to effectively transform our nation. We cannot become what we need to be by… Read more »
We Will Fix It - Pres. Weah Institutes Measures to Fix Messy Economy
New Liberia, 18 July 2018
Amidst the soaring price of basic essential commodities and the astronomical hike in service charges as well as the depreciation in the Liberian dollars across the country,… Read more »
President Weah's Initial Pro-Poor Spending - What Will It Achieve?
Observer, 26 March 2018
Our Reporters, Alvin Worzi and Gloria Tamba last Friday did a comprehensive review of President Weah's "pro-poor" spending. Read more »
Five Ways to Use ICTs to Create Jobs for Liberians
Observer, 24 July 2018
Liberia is blessed with a youthful population who, unfortunately, upon graduation from school is forced to face the harsh realities of unemployment, and sometimes poverty.… Read more »
Condition of Youth, Especially With Regards to Empowerment and Employment
FrontPageAfrica, 29 January 2018
This paper is intended to discuss the condition of young people in Liberia with regards to empowerment and employment, something which I think is more than ever before, a national… Read more »
Following President George Manneh Weah's address on the state of the economy, two financial and economic experts say he is making a big mistake for thinking that his proposal will ... Read more »
President George Weah has been quoted as saying: ""This is plain for all to see, for we are all affected by it; our economy is broken, our government is broke, our currency is in ... Read more »
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