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MONROVIA – The Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF), in partnership with the National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority (NaFAA), is launching a four-year project: Communities for Fisheries. Under the umbrella of the EU-Liberia Agriculture Programme, the project seeks to empower communities to co-manage fisheries and reduce illegal fishing, building lasting sustainability and social equity into Liberia’s fishing sector. This will help to safeguard food security and coastal livelihoods across the country. The launch event will take place on 11th December at the Monrovia City Hall on 1st Street, Sinkor – Monrovia.
MONROVIA – The United Nations in Liberia, ECOWAS, Embassies of Member States of the African Union, the EU Delegation and the Embassies of the EU Member States (France, Germany, Ireland, and Sweden), the Embassy of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the Embassy of the United States of America commend the Liberian people and government, as well as political leaders, civil society organizations and the media for the peaceful conduct of the December 8 mid-term Senatorial election and constitutional referendum.
Monrovia – The Leadership of the National Security Apparatus of Liberia, under the Chairmanship of the Ministry of Justice, commends the gallantry of the men and women in uniform for demonstrating a high degree of professionalism and commitment in the exercise of their duties during the December 8, 2020 Midterm Senatorial Elections and Constitutional Referendum.
Sinoe County – More than 350 children in Butaw Community and its surroundings are enjoying a new High School and a teacher’s residence with a full sanitation facility valued at USD$128,000.00 constructed and dedicated recently by Southeastern Liberia’s oil palm company, Golden Veroleum (Liberia) Inc. (GVL).
MONROVIA – The Liberia Election Observation Network-LEON observed and monitored the entire elections process throughout on Election Day through its 700 observers stationed around the country. This report is based on LEON’s observation of the closing and counting procedures applied by the NEC staff from 404 checklists submitted to the database and verbal reports from observers.
Monrovia —The former Political Leader of the former ruling Grand True Whig Party (TWP) wants candidates in the just-ended Special senatorial election to exhibit leadership by calling on their supporters to remain calm and not get too caught up in unofficial results that are being reported by some local radio stations across the country.
Monrovia – The Norwegian Nobel Committee today, Friday, 10 December, presented the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize Award to the UN World Food Programme (WFP) at a special ceremony in Oslo, Norway. WFP’s Executive Director, David Beasley, received the Award on behalf of the global WFP family during a virtual ceremony because of the Coronavirus pandemic. The in-person presentation event will be held early 2021 if the pandemic slows down. In October, the WFP was awarded the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize for its efforts to combat hunger among the world’s poorest and most vulnerable populations. In his acceptance speech, WFP’s Executive Director, David Beasley,…
The Election monitoring and Violence Prevention Situation Room after active participation in monitoring and observing the December 8, 2020 conduct of the Special Senatorial, Referendum and Two By-Elections in Liberia, is pleased to present the 7th Press Statement on the conduct of the electoral process. Commendation The Situation Room commends all participants for the generally peaceful nature that marked the electoral process on that day. In the opinion of the Situation Room, the general peaceful atmosphere characterizing the exercise is an indication of the collective will of the Liberian voters. The Situation Room also notes with gratitude the presence of…
Yeadon PA – Prominent Liberian immigrants in the United States have launched a high-leveled partnership group seeking to mobilize resources towards the reconstruction of Liberia through a series of comprehensive and strategic development programs.
New York – Liberia’s Minister of Health, Dr. Wilhelmina Jallah, says the latest development of several vaccines with capacities to combat the coronavirus is a critical step to winning the unprecedented fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.