Monthly Archives: November 2018

House Passes Liberia Resolution -Committee On Foreign Affairs

Washington, D.C. – The House of Representatives tonight passed H. Res. 1055 to reaffirm strong U.S.-Liberia ties and call for full implementation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s recommendations. On the House floor prior to the vote, Chairman Ed Royce delivered the following remarks (as prepared for delivery): “I rise in support of H. Res. 1055, which affirms the strong ties between the

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ARC, LDS Train 50 Farmers In Totota Bong County

In Liberia, agriculture provides the livelihood for more than 80% of the labor force, most of whom are smallholder farmers largely engaged in the production of cereals, legumes, vegetables and few livestock and poultry. Majority small-scale farmers in Liberia are women, who are among the poorest, most vulnerable and not trained to vegetable production. For more than one-third of the

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MOE, Partners Review Education System – Vow To Make It The Best

The Liberia education system over the years received many lashes which also triggered former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to describe same as a mess – a statement that created serious debate in nearly every quarter of the country during the reign of the former Liberian leader. Nevertheless, recently, following a Joint Education Sector Review in Ganta, Nimba County, in which

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Paynesville City Mayor Enforces City Ordinance To Clear ELWA Junction

Predicated upon complaint from the public especially residents of ELWA Junction Community and parts adjacent regarding the increasing criminal activities and traffic congestion that endangered the safety of pedestrians in the vicinity, the authorities of the Paynesville City Corporation (PCC) have begun enforcing a mandate to remove petty traders, commercial vehicles, and tricycles and motorcycles parking around ELWA Junction. The

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Stop Undermining The Pro-Poor Agenda! CDC Youth League Cautions Officials Of Government

The Youth League of the Coalition for Democratic Change has called on officials of the government to desist from acts that are counterproductive to the Pro-Poor Agenda. Speaking Monday at the Party’s headquarters in Monrovia, an Executive of the Youth League Emmanuel TT Swen also pointed accusing fingers at Public Works Minister Mabutu Nyepan, Post and Telecommunication Minister Cooper Kruah

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