Monthly Archives: October 2018

12 Liberians To Benefit From Intensive Climate Change Training In Israel

12 staff (5 females and 7 males) selected from government institutions are to participate in a two-week intensive Climate Change training at the University of Galilee in Israel. The nominated staff represents sectors at the Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Mines & Energy, CARI, University of Liberia, Cuttington University, Forestry Development Authority, and Environmental Protection Agency among others. They were

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‘Street Peeing Is Totally Disallow’ Mayor Koijee Asserts; Threatens Harsh Punishment Against Violators

The City Mayor of Monrovia, Jefferson T. Koijee has vowed to arrest and incarcerate individuals who used the street side-walks to urinate. According to the young city mayor, the city government will not tolerate anyone who used the open streets as their bathrooms and garbage sites. He said the city police along with the Liberia National Police (LNP) have been

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“Mockery” Gov’t Donation to Gboveh High Angers Citizens In Bong

Latest donation by the Government of Liberia (GoL), through the Ministry of Education (MoE) to Dolokelen Gboveh High School in Gbarnga, Bong County, has generated irritation from citizens including the Parents-Teachers Association (PTA) of the state-run institution. Recently, the Ministry of Education donated one pack of pen, one pack of markers, one duster, four cartoons of ream of sheets, thirty

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Mental Illness Will Cost the World USD $16 Trillion by 2030 – New Lancet Report

A new Lancet Commission report on mental health released in Monrovia says that mental disorders are on the rise in every country in the world and will cost the global economy $16 trillion by 2030. The economic cost is primarily due to the early onset of mental illness and lost productivity, with an estimated 12 billion working days lost due

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