Author Archives: Edward Blamo

Women Group Trumpet Calls To End Domestic Violence

Despite the passing into law of a Domestic Violence Act and former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf issuance of executive order 92 which seeks to end violence against women and female genital mutilations, it would seem Liberia is still far away from overcoming the menace. Already, statistics from the Ministry of Gender Children and Social Protection (MGCSP) shows an increase in

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US Based Citizens Rally To End District Road Trouble

To fix Liberia’s roads trouble will require all hands on deck with both government and citizen’s interventions critical to the development efforts of any nation. And so, the St. Paul River Right Bank Association (RBDA), a group of permanent citizens and residents, hailing from the right bank of the St. Paul River Arthington, Millsburg, Clay Ashland and Virginia who reside

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LRRRC Capacity Boosts With 6 New Vehicles

Monrovia: Liberia’s quest to deliver big on improving the wellbeing of refugees and stranded Liberian migrants spread across the globe is gaining steam- thanks to the Liberia Refugees Repatriation and Resettlement Commission (LRRRC’s) cordial work relationship with international partners which has reached new heights under the leadership of Festus R. B Logan. The commission a fortnight ago, received from the

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After 6yrs 500 LIS Officers Get CSA Biometric Identification

MONROVIA: The Civil Service Agency under the guidance of Director General Laurine Wede Johnson has issued 500 biometric Identification cards to officers of the Liberia Immigration Service following 6 years of wait. The CSA boss, addressing the official turnover ceremony at the LIS office in Sinkor, said “We are delighted and really excited to be at the LIS this afternoon

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War on Hunger – First 80,000 Bags of Affordable Rice Hit The Market

President George M. Weah’s quest to tackle the problems of food insecurity through the provision of quality and affordable rice especially for poverty-stricken masses has garnered steam. TRH Trading, a Liberian Company partnering with the Ministry of Commerce has brought an initial consignment of 80,000 bags of Pro-Poor rice to be sold wholesale to Liberian businesses through the Ministry of

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