Author Archives: Edward Blamo

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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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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Koijee Pushes Synchronize Campaign On HIV And Waste

Liberia HIV/Aids stats are staggering with a huge prevalence amongst young people, so are the huge deposits of wastes on the streets of Monrovia. And so, Monrovia City Mayor Jefferson Koijee has called for a synchronized campaign that involves all stakeholders to end both the spread of HIV and Wastes across Liberia. In his remarks at programs marking the official

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Weah Impresses NAYMOTE’s Performance Scorecard in 270 Days

It has always been a herculean task for governments the world over to match promises with deliverables. This has made many voters bedecked their governments with insincerity to their plights. But it seems the tale will be different for Liberia at least according to the latest President Performance Meter Survey of the National Youth Movement for Transparent Election NAYMOTE. NAYMOTE

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Education, Health Partner For Healthy Students

To ensure Liberian students learn under a healthy ambiance, the Ministries of Education and Health have launched School Health Integrated Program for Liberia (SHIP) in partnership with Sightsaver, a nongovernmental organization (NGO) working to save humanity. The program which is expected to benefit more than 2000 schools across the country will work to provide eye screening, deworming, oral and ear

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LRRRC, UNHCR Hold Retreat On Local Integration

As Liberia moves to locally integrate Ivorian refugees into Liberian host communities, the Government of Liberia, through Liberia Refugee Repatriation and Resettlement Commission (LRRRC) with the support of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) is conducting a three-day retreat on local integration of Ivorian refugees in Liberia, at the Farmington Hotel in Margibi County. Held from 20-22 November

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