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The disabled community will this Christmas season have a reason to smile as Dr. Malachi Z. York Foundation in collaboration with LIFESPAN-Liberia has announced a package of white canes, cash and food items. Representatives from the ministries of Foreign Affairs and Information are expected to attend the donation ceremony, which will take place on Wednesday, December 19 at the campus...
-Grimes Law School Associate Dean suggests An Associate Dean at the Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law at the University of Liberia (UL) said he believes that the idea behind the establishment of the War Crimes Court should be effectively communicated to not make it appear as witch-hunting. According to Cllr. Jarmal Dehtho, citizens need to understand that there should be...
Justice Minister Dean Discloses The Government of Liberia has renewed its unflinching commitment to protect the rights of every citizen and foreign resident within the territorial confines of the country, including women, children and the behaviorally and mentally challenged. Speaking at the occasion marking the commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of human Rights and the International Human...
-As 3,500 youth to beneficiaries for special agricultural activities  By George Harris and David A. Yates As part of efforts to improve the economic status to contribute to food security in the rural parts of Liberia, the Youth Opportunities Project (YOP) recently made additional recruitment of 3,500 youths that are living at a very low-income level. The initiative is a continuation of...
Results of a 1978 World Bank commissioned study entitled “A Survey of Small Scale Liberian Enterprises” led to the eventual creation of the Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Department under the umbrella of the National Investment Commission. Among other things the study revealed a whole gamut of problems small Liberian businesses faced daily. The problems ranged from the lack of...
Nine Liberian referees have been approved by Referees Committee of football world governing body (FIFA) to officiate in international football competitions in 2019. The nine referees were selected from 12 names submitted by the Liberia Football Referee Committee. According to a release from the Liberia Football Association, a communication from FIFA thanked the local football house for nominating international referees...
With less than six days to the official kickoff of the 2018/2019 National Country Sports Meet, Deputy Youth and Sports Minister G. Andy Quamie says preparation for this year’s sporting festival is well on course. The National County Sports Meet, which is the country’s biggest sporting festival, is expected to begin on Sunday, December 16, 2018 with the official kick...
It is good news that the Liberia Football Association has appointed Coach Henry Browne to resume his previous position as the technical director of football development in the country. Coach Browne and Coach Kaetu Smith developed a five-year football development program that did not get the support of the previous administration. Now with his return as the technical director, Coach Browne...
The Liberia Land Authority (LLA) has said Liberia continues to experience huge land conflicts in Montserrado, Margibi, Nimba, Bong, and Grand Bassa counties as these are the "red zones" of land conflicts in the country. This assertion comes against the current backdrop of a spate of land-related conflicts which appear to be on the increase. Dr. Cecil T. O. Brandy,...
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Among other recommendations for election reform in Liberia The Carter Center (TCC) on Monday, December 10, released the final report from its observation mission of Liberia’s 2017 elections, outlining key findings and offering recommendations for reform to strengthen the country’s electoral process. TCC’s international election observation reflects the Center’s long-term commitment to support democratic development and improve health in the country....

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