Monthly Archives: December 2018

CSA Familiarizes DMAs, AMAs On Performance Management

The government of Liberia drives to get value for money is ingrained in a robust performance management system, a significant pillar of the Public Sector Modernization Project of the Civil Service Agency (CSA). And so, the CSA has begun a process of familiarizing newly appointed Deputy and Assistant Ministers for Administration with monitoring and managing performance in government. “We want

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GOL Declares 2019 “Year Of Roads Construction”

Constraints analysis conducted on Liberia’s development have all placed roads and electricity on the front burner. And President George M. Weah Pro-Poor Agenda for Prosperity and Development (PAPD) vision reckons that and has since placed the construction of primary roads across the country top of its priorities. Already, about 20 community roads are getting asphalt pavements including Dry Rice Market-Johnsonville

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Legitimate Or Illegitimate? The Tale Of Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor, Expulsion From NPP

The decision to expel VP-Taylor was reached by delegates during the weekend at an extraordinary session of the NPP in Bentol, Montserrado County. In a resolution, the delegates agreed to communicate with President Weah to scrape Madam Howard-Taylor off her vice presidential post. Madam Howard-Taylor, Vice President of Liberia and President George Weah were elected on the ticket of the

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Sup. Walker Settle Dispute Between MNG & Aggrieves Citizens In Bong

In the wake of achieving the expected goals under the Pro-Poor agenda of the CDC led government, Bong County Superintendent Esther Walker December 1, 2018 succeeded in her quest of maintaining a peaceful co-existence amongst citizens of Kokoyah and Mining Company MNG. Superintendent Walker initiated a daylong Kokoyah Statutory District to reunion citizens’ with China Group Gerhorbah Mining Services Company

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Growing Tree Liberia Gives Hope To Underprivileged Kids

The Executive Director of Growing Tree Liberia (GTL), a non-governmental organization, Janel Galvanek, says the organization remains supportive of underprivileged children in Liberia. Under its Child Care Program, Growing Tree Liberia (GTL) is paying the tuitions of more than thirty underprivileged children on Clay Street, Central Monrovia. Speaking in a Monrovia Time interview Monday, Madam Galvanek said the focus of

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