Team Of U.S. Experts Visits LICC

For possible establishment of vocational education A team of experts from the United States of America is visiting the Liberia International Christian College in Ganta,...

Bad Roads, Bridges Drive Buu-Yao to Brink of Isolation

Ahead of this year’s rainy season, residents of Buu-Yao District in Nimba are worried about their fate owing to the dilapidation of the road...

New Land Authority Chairman Should Be Person of Integrity

-CSO Working Group on Land Rights Advise President Weah The Civil Society Organization working group on Land Rights, a conglomeration of 30 CSO groups yesterday...

First Ukrainian Honorary Consulate Opens in Liberia

-Commissions Nelson Oniyama as Consul General The Government of Ukraine through its Foreign Minister Pavlo Anatoliyovych Klimkin, Prime Minister, Volodymyr Groysman, Ambassador Oleksander and head...

Women Hold Seminar on Annual Rural Achievement

The Liberia National Rural Women Structure (LNRW) on Friday, February 8, held its annual update achievement seminar to brainstorm on challenges they faced in...

Chicken Farm Community Joins Fight to Protect Mangrove

A group of community dwellers in Chicken Farm community, Jacob's Town, outside Monrovia, has joined the fight to protect 35 percent of Liberia’s mangroves...

120 Kids Benefit from Gurley Street Feeding Program

Edwin Johnson assures program will continue; J. Lemuel Gibson takes over foundation The weekly Saturday provision of a decent meal for over 120 kids in...

For Local Fishermen, Senegalese Deal Not Ideal

Although officials of the National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority (NaFAA) have begun a vigorous awareness campaign to educate local fishermen on what the Authority...

Hidden Details in Controversial Fisheries Agreement

Environmental risks, vagueness about accountability, benefits remain unexplained Despite the National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority (NaFAA) declaring that recent fishery agreement between Liberia and Senegal will...

Australia, Italy, Vietnam, Others Accredit Ambassadors to Liberia

Several countries, among them Australia, Italy, Botswana, Vietnam, Guinea Bissau and Thailand, have each accredited their respective ambassadors to Liberia. This development came just a...

Pres. Weah to ‘Directly Get Involved in… Agriculture Development’

--Promises to address downward trend President George Weah says despite endless resources being poured into agriculture by the government and international partners, the returns of...

AGCO, Germany to Support Farm Mechanization in Sub-Saharan Africa

AGCO-Your Agriculture Company, a worldwide manufacturer and distributor of agricultural equipment and solutions, on January 22, 2019, in Berlin signed a Letter of Intent...

‘Firestone Liberia Committed to Upholding Rule of Law’

Company responds to "inflammatory media reports" The management of Firestone Liberia Inc. (Firestone Liberia) says it is deeply concerned about "recent false and inflammatory media...

Pres. Weah Proposes Several Bills to Support PAPD

President George Weah has pushed his Pro-Poor Agenda for Prosperity and Development (PAPD) to higher frontiers in the New Year by proposing several other...

LACRA Vows To Formulate Strong Policy

The Liberia Agriculture Commodities Regulatory Agency (LACRA) has vowed to introduce a very strong policy to govern farmers and farm related activities, ensuring that...

GOL Revitalizes Communal Farming, Amidst Challenges Facing Agriculture

The Ministry of Agriculture and the Ministry of Internal Affairs recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in Monrovia that aims to revitalize communal...

Pres. Weah Receives Six Ambassadors

President George Weah on Thursday, January 24, 2019, received Letters of Credence from ambassadors representing six countries from three continents—Africa, Europe and Asia, an...

Mangrove Paradise Seeks US$2M for Agriculture, Tourism

Mrs. Pinky Bemah Goll, a farmer, is seeking to boost agriculture and tourism in the mangrove swamp along the Robertsfield Highway, Montserrado County, as...

17, 500 Farmers to Benefit US$25M World Bank Project

In continuation to further increase the productivity of smallholder farmers for commercial purpose, the World Bank Board of Executive Directors, on Tuesday, January 15,...

Montserrado County District #1 to Get Big Development from Arizona State

-Reveals Rep. Morris Montserrado County District #1 Representative Lawrence Morris is expected to swing a development package in order to transform his district into an...