Monthly Archives: October 2018

Liberia Children Representative Forum Wants Government Closed Down “More Than Me Academy”

The Liberia Children Representative Forum has called for the immediate closure of an American Based NGO “More Than Me” while recommending the prosecution of the head of the institution. “More Than Me Academy” is a US based NGO school in Liberia that was established in 2009 by founded by Katie Meyler with the aim of helping to get girls from the street

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52,036 People Affected By Heavy Flooding In Liberia Disaster Agency Alarms

As climate change draws the attention of the entire world, Liberia’s National Disaster Management Agency (NDMA), has disclosed that 52,036 people have been affected by heavy flood from July of this year to present. The disclosure was made by Augustine Tamba, NDMA’s Executive Director at program marking the observance of International Day for Disaster Reduction; which was first observed and

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Fuamah Vocational Training Institute Insight-As VP Taylor In Partnership With NetLib Vocational Training Institute Breaks Ground

The Vice President of the Republic of Liberia, Jewel Howard Taylor in partnership with NetLib Vocational Training Institute has broken ground for the construction of the Fuamah Vocational Training Institute in Bong Mine, Bong County. Speaking during the exercise in Fuamah District Lower Bong County over the weekend, Vice President Taylor said the Fuamah Vocational Training Institute will offer skill

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Rep. Jones Breaks Ground For US$60,000 District Development Council Office Project In Margibi

The Representative of electoral district #2 in Margibi County, Ivar K. Jones has broken ground for the construction of what he termed as “District Two Development Council (DTDC) Office” value at sixty thousand United States dollars. Rep. Jones making a special statement during the ceremony in Cotton Tree Lower Margibi County recently said the construction of the District Two Development

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