‘We Have Not Forgotten You’

[New Republic] VP-elect Taylor Tells Less Fortunate Youths At events marking her 55th birthday, Vice President -elect, Jewel Howard-Taylor told less fortunate Liberians who claim they are forgotten and ostracized that the Coalition for Democratic Chang…

[New Republic] VP-elect Taylor Tells Less Fortunate Youths At events marking her 55th birthday, Vice President -elect, Jewel Howard-Taylor told less fortunate Liberians who claim they are forgotten and ostracized that the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) has not forgotten them.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Govt Signs Host Country Agreement

[New Republic] The Government of Liberia and the Sustainable Development Goals Center for Africa (SDGC/A) have signed a “Host Country Agreement” that will facilitate the establishment of the first West African SDGC/A sub-regional center in Monrovia.

[New Republic] The Government of Liberia and the Sustainable Development Goals Center for Africa (SDGC/A) have signed a "Host Country Agreement" that will facilitate the establishment of the first West African SDGC/A sub-regional center in Monrovia.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Pres. Sirleaf Meets Wives of Aggrieved Soldiers

[New Republic] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has met wives of aggrieved soldiers of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL) in an effort to resolve outstanding problems surrounding the compulsory savings they claimed the Ministry of Defense owes them. She …

[New Republic] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has met wives of aggrieved soldiers of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL) in an effort to resolve outstanding problems surrounding the compulsory savings they claimed the Ministry of Defense owes them. She assured the aggrieved wives of AFL soldiers of government's commitment in resolving their concerns. She said government will pay the money into the soldiers' accounts over a period of time, noting: "I, as well as the President-elect have been briefed by the Chief of Staff o

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

CBL to Introduce National Payment System Soon

[Observer] Central Bank Governor, Milton A. Weeks has said that the bank is about to implement the long-awaited National Payment System Policy, which is aimed at driving the unbanked population to the banking sector.

[Observer] Central Bank Governor, Milton A. Weeks has said that the bank is about to implement the long-awaited National Payment System Policy, which is aimed at driving the unbanked population to the banking sector.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘CDC Govt Must Build Youth Capacity’

[Observer] The executive director of Hope Empowerment Youth Foundation International (HEMFI), Ramsey T. Gorwor, has appealed to President-elect George Weah to build the capacity of Liberian youth to help them secure job opportunities.

[Observer] The executive director of Hope Empowerment Youth Foundation International (HEMFI), Ramsey T. Gorwor, has appealed to President-elect George Weah to build the capacity of Liberian youth to help them secure job opportunities.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Culturists Want ’15-County-Nat’l Cultural Troupe’ Perform On Inauguration Day

[Observer] Amidst three days to the Inauguration of the President-elect George M. Weah and Vice President-elect Jewel Howard Taylor, three prominent culturists and traditional actors are warning the Joint Transitional Inauguration Committee and the Ina…

[Observer] Amidst three days to the Inauguration of the President-elect George M. Weah and Vice President-elect Jewel Howard Taylor, three prominent culturists and traditional actors are warning the Joint Transitional Inauguration Committee and the Inauguration Committee of the Legislature to include performance of the "15-County-Traditional Culture Dance" on Inauguration Day, instead of a partial-private cultural dance group.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Kids Education Engagement Project Launches Accountability Campaign

[Observer] The Kids Education Engagement Project (KEEP) has launched a campaign to promote accountability in Liberia’s education sector. The project, which was launched recently in Monrovia, is aimed at ensuring better learning outcomes for children ac…

[Observer] The Kids Education Engagement Project (KEEP) has launched a campaign to promote accountability in Liberia's education sector. The project, which was launched recently in Monrovia, is aimed at ensuring better learning outcomes for children across the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia