Monthly Archives: November 2018

UN Women Passionate About Protecting Women & Girls In Liberia

The UN Women Country Representative to Liberia, Marie Goreth-Nizigama says they are passionate about ensuring that women and girls are protected from all forms of violence and that they are not subjected to cultural norms and practices that affect their development. “We remain steadfast in ensuring that traditional leaders are supported and worked with to bring Liberia on par with

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Kokoyah Citizens Concludes Peace Dialogue With MNG Gold

Calm is about to exist between Citizens of Kokoyah District and Mining Company MNG Gold as citizens of the area end one day Peace and reconciliatory Dialogue with the Management of mining Company MNG Gold. According to our Bong County Correspondent, on Tuesday, November 27, more than forty residents including local Authorities of Boinsen District sat on a roundtable to

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Local Organization Donates Uniforms To School Going Kids In Bong

A local American base Organization under the banner “Opportunity for African Kids” has distributed uniforms to over one hundred and forty students attending the Peter Ta Public School in Walapolu Clan, Sanoyea District lower Bong County. Opportunity for African Kids is an American based humanitarian organization that has also constructed a modern elementary school in the area. The organization is

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Liberia: New Country Partnership Framework To Boost Sustainable Economic Growth And Development

The World Bank Group (WBG) Board of Executive Directors today endorsed a six-year Country Partnership Framework (CPF) to support Liberia’s effort to achieve sustainable, resilient pro-poor economic growth and development. The CPF responds to the country’s strategic priorities in its Pro-Poor Agenda for Prosperity and Development strategy and incorporates views from a wide range of stakeholders following consultations held across

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BYC And LISCR FC Lost Away In CAF Clubs Preliminaries

Liberia’s two representatives in the 2018/19 CAF Confederation and the African Champions League received whippings Tuesday and Wednesday at the start of the CAF Clubs competitions. Barrack Young Controllers, the double champions in Liberia suffered a 1-0 defeat away at the hands of Guinean Champions Horoya FC. The Liberian Champions conceded the lone goal in the 70th minute. Trokon Myers

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