Monthly Archives: July 2019

Liberia: Providing Psychiatric Care Close To Home

The international medical humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is expanding a free treatment program for people with mental health disorders in Liberia with activities beginning this month in the densely populated township of West Point in Monrovia. The program, run in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and other partners, now provides outpatient care for about 1,350

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The Government of Liberia through the National Investment Commission (NIC) has made a call for Expression of Interest (EoI) to Build, Own, Operate and Transfer (BOOT), refurbish or rebuild and manage the iconic Ducor Inter-Continental Hotel (DCH) in Monrovia, the nation’s capital. Accordingly, Prospective Developers are expected to respond to the EoI by close of business day on or before

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‘Women Coalition For County Development’ Launched

A local women organization aimed at contributing and fostering equal participation for economic development of all most especially women towards the implementation of the County Development Funds has been launched in Monrovia. Women Coalition for County Development also focuses on efforts of mechanism to campaign and address the low [participation of women and to push for actions to help close

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Breaking : US Government Frown On Council Of Patriots July 26 Protest

The government of the United States of America through its embassy near Monrovia has condemned the Council of Patriots (COP) for its planned July 26 protest. A statement issued by US Ambassador Christine Elder said staging a protest on July 26 as they have outlined, during independence celebrations, would instead convey a lack of commitment to national development. The Ambassador

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LEC Restored Electricity Supply To Capitol Building

The Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) has restored electricity supply to the Capitol Building after the installation of a new 1500 KVA transformer on the 9th of July. The Capitol Building previously had a 1000kVA transformer installed but due to the addition of two annexes to the main structure, the installed capacity could no longer withstand the increased load. This prompted

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