Monthly Archives: October 2018

Liberia’s Delegation To The 2018 IMF – World Bank Annual Meetings Score Big Gains

The Liberian Delegation to the 2018 IMF-World Bank Annual Meetings held in Bali, Indonesia returns to Liberia after scoring big successes at the Meetings. The Delegation was headed by the Minister of Finance and Development Planning and comprised the Governor of the Central Bank of Liberia, the Minister of Public Works, the President of the Liberia Bank for Development and

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BYC Wins LFA 2018 Championship

Barrack Young Controllers (BYC) has won the Liberia Football Association 2018 Championship. BYC did so with a 4-3 victory over rejuvenated LPRC Oilers at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in Central Monrovia. The “Go Blue Boys” took the lead under just three minutes before falling behind 2-1 from a resurgent LPRC Oilers. BYC, however, fought back harder in the dying minutes

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To Advance Women’s Leadership and Participation in Liberia Amb. Endee Calls for an Open Sheroes Liberian Chapter

Liberia’s Culture Ambassador Julie Endee has urged for an open Sheroes Foundation in the midst of promoting women’s participation at leadership levels in Liberia, African and the world. Madam Julie Endee statement comes in the wake of the grand opening of a three day Sheroes Forum in Monrovia, with several international Sheroes consisting Malawi’s former President Joyce Banda, Zimbabwe former

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REEP Empowers Rural Dwellers With Education

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Rural Educational Empowerment Program (REEP) Liberia says the organization remains focused in creating programs that will better the lives of ordinary Liberians. Speaking at the official launch of the organization in Gbartala, Yellequelleh District, Bong County recently, REEP CEO, Lawrence Flomo, said the institution also remains committed to bettering the lives of young people.

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ZOA Dedicates WASH Facilities In Margibi Value At US$11,000

ZOA has dedicated WASH facilities including Latrine, Hand Pump and Hand Washing Station to the Dartu-Ta Public School in Margibi County value at eleven thousand United States dollars (US$11,000). ZOA’s manager of finance and operations in Liberia, Harmen Sas on Wednesday, October 17, 2018, told newsman that the project is among several projects funded by school going kids living in

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