Monthly Archives: January 2019

MOU For Increased Food Production Signed In Monrovia – Paving The Way For Hunger Alleviation

Monrovia-The Ministries of Internal Affairs and Agriculture have signed a memorandum of understanding aim at revitalizing Communal Farming System for increased food production and the alleviation of hunger in the country. The MOU is also in support of pillar two of government’s Pro-Poor Agenda which is anchors on job creation and the economy. Speaking Wednesday at the signing ceremony in

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NHA, Habitat for Humanity Hosts PASSA Training for 30 Persons On Safe Shelter In Monrovia

Monrovia- At least 30 officials, drawn from NHA, various government agencies, organizations and slum communities, are attending a 5-day (Jan. 21-25) Participatory Approach for Safe Shelter Awareness (PASSA) training workshop at the National Housing Authority (NHA) conference room in Monrovia. Two international consultants are in the country to facilitate and guide the training process. They are Mr. Mario Flores, Director

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SAWU Chairman Accuses Former Secretary General Of Undermining His Leadership, But Former SG Refutes Accusation

With just a year after his election and induction as Chairman of the Salala Agricultural Workers Union, Mr. Old-man Kollie has pointed accusing fingers at the former Secretary-General and current workplace representative of the Union, Mr. Edwin Diggs of undermining his leadership, allegation Mr.Diggs has since refuted. Mr. Kollie speaking in an interview with Journalists in Weala Margibi County recently

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Liberia: New Ebola Virus Discovered in Bats

Monrovia: After several successful years being declared an Ebola-free country by the World Health Organization, a new study conducted by the Ministry of Health and the National Public Health Institute shows the discovery of Zaire Ebola virus in Bats in the Sanniquillie Mahn-District of Nimba County. Nimba County is the one Liberia’s biggest county with huge land space and forest

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