Monthly Archives: October 2018

Japan To Provide USD 2.7 Million Food Assistance To Liberia

The Government of the Republic of Japan has announced US$2.7 million worth of Food Assistance to the Government and people of Liberia aimed at addressing Liberia’s food security situation. The disclosure was made by the Japanese Foreign Minister His Excellency Mr. Taro Kono when he held a bilateral meeting with Liberia’s Foreign Minister His Excellency Gbehzohngar M. Findley at his

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Lone Star Arrive In Nairobi Ahead Of Congo Match

The Liberian national team delegation from Monrovia has arrived in Nairobi, Kenya, awaiting their next flight to Brazzaville, Congo. The delegation touched down at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport at 5:05 AM Kenyan Time (2:05 AM Liberian Time) this morning. It has been a long journey for the team after traveling from Monrovia to Freetown, Sierra Leone for 50 minutes

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Liberia Grabs 130 Spot At Chess Olympiad As County Finished 2nd In West Africa

The 43rd edition of the Chess Olympiad ended at the close of last weekend with debutant Liberia finishing among the best 150 performers at the tournament. The Liberia Chess Delegation to Batumi, Georgia marked their first appearance at the Chess Olympiad (the equivalent to the Fifa World Cup) scoring some handsome victories to pick up a ranking position among several

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Determination and Guts – NDS Delivers Lifesaving Medicine Nationwide

It is often said, “where there is a will there is a way”. The National Drugs Service fed on this mantra to pull an impossible streak of consistency in delivering life-saving medicine across the country especially during the rainy season. In furtherance of the President’s Pro-poor agenda, the National Drug Service now the Central Medical Stores is determined to ensure

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AAMIN Launches Zero Stigma Campaign To Address HIV, SRHR Issues

A zero Media campaign aimed at reducing social stigma and discrimination against people living with HIV and other sexual majority groups in Liberia has been launched, with calls for a joint effort in resisting these societal problems. Stigma and discrimination are societal barriers that undermine improved public health interventions because they prevent people from seeking health care and disclosing their

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FAWUL Chairman Accuses Government Of Signing Bourgeois Concession Agreements

The newly inducted Chairman of the Firestone Agricultural Workers Union of Liberia (FAWUL), Mr. Abel Fallah Ngigie has accused past and current Government of Liberia of signing bourgeois Concession agreements. Mr. Ngigie made the accusation at program marking the induction ceremony of officials of the Union held at the Harbel Multilateral High School Auditorium in Firestone over the weekend, The

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