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CODRA Launches Project On Climate Change In Bong

The Community Development and Research Agency (CODRA) has launched a project title increasing awareness on climate change through the promotion of sustainable Natural Resources Management best practices in Gbarnga, Bong County. CODRA is a research-oriented national civil society organization that is based in central Liberia. The organization has established itself as a credible facilitator of processes across the central region

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School Administrator Welcomes The Establishment Of War And Economic Crime Courts-But Wants Citizens Involvement

The Principal of the Kakata Community College (KCC) in Kakata City Margibi County, Anthony Mulbah Jallah has welcomed the establishment of War and Economic Crimes Courts in the Country. Though Mr. Jallah said the issue of the establishment of War and Economic Crimes Courts is long overdue and should have been established long ago, he revealed that if the Courts

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Man 25, Killed Fiancée In Bong

Police in Gbarnga has charged and sent to court a twenty-five-year-old Kermue Sumo for allegedly murdering his twenty-two years old fiancée Kelemah Jerry in the vicinity of Gbanay Town in Yellequelleh District #5 Bong County. According to Inspector John K. Flomo of the Liberia National Police Bong Detachment suspects that Kermue on Thursday, September 12, 2019 murdered his girlfriend Kelemah

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Africa Rice Liberia Smart Valley Innovation Project Gets 3 Months Extension In Liberia

Africa Rice Liberia Smart Valley Innovation project under the SAWAH system has been extended up to December of this year, according to its Country Representative to Liberia. The SAWAH System is a low-cost participatory development approach for rice cultivation in inland valleys in Liberia. The project which was expected to end in September, according to the Country Representative of Africa

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MARCUSA’s President Wants Financial Aid Re-established-Admonishes Colleagues To Hold Together

The newly inducted President of the Margibi Cuttington University Student Association (MARCUSA), J. Lux Fallah wants the Margibi Legislative Caucus and the County Administration re-established the financial aid that existed in the County years ago. Mr. Fallah disclosed that students in the County are undergoing financial constraint and are only depending on donors and other partners thereby expressing the need

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