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USAID Gives over U$3M to Liberia's Forest Sector
USAID gives over $3m to Liberia's forest sector
Liberian Loggers' Secret Tax Break Wipes US$13 Million Off Country's Finances – Global Witness ...
The Meaty Side of Climate Change
Global Witness: Liberian Gov't 'Secretly Tax Waiver' Threatens Forestry Sector
Liberia: Global Witness - Liberian Govt 'Secretly Tax Waiver' Threatens Forestry Sector
USAID Gives over 3M To Liberia's Forest Sector
Environmental groups criticize Liberia's new logging law
Environmental groups criticize Liberia's new logging law
EPA, Liberia Forest Sector Conduct Natural Resource Management Awareness
Will Liberia's change of leader put aid flows at risk?
Will Liberia's change of leader put aid flows at risk?
Ellen recalls lawmakers for passage of 15 bills
Threatened Species Find Lasting Home in Liberia-Guinea Forest
UN Secretary-General's Remarks at High-Level Event in Addis Ababa
Liberia Wetlands Under Grave Threat
Liberia Wetlands Under Grave Threat
Local NGOs to Strengthen Advocacy For Equitable Distribution of Oil Palm Wealth
Liberian Campaigners Rethink Oil Palm Advocacy
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR By: Nick Trujillo
Nigeria Defense Chief Urges AFL to Join Regional Security Efforts
Climate Change: World Bank pushes for smart technologies
How Mobile Operators Are Helping Fight Epidemics, Disasters, and Climate Change
'New Farming Technologies will Make Liberia Food-Secure'
Liberia: 'New Farming Technologies Will Make Liberia Food-Secure'
Environment chief: Why we're prioritizing climate governance in Liberia
Government, Partners Launch National Adaptation Plan of Liberia
NGO Coalition, Partners Observe Int'l Forest Day
Government of Liberia launches project to prioritize climate governance through improved National ...
Weather ready, climate smart
Projects Enhance Climate Information Management, NAP Process
TI Blames IMO's Weak Governance on Climate Change Action
48 African Countries Meet in Nairobi to Explore Climate Change Technologies
UNDP sets up 11 automatic weather monitoring stations in Liberia
... Osun State, advocated tree planting to save the continent from the possible negative effect of climate change. The participating countries at the forum include The Gambia, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Niger, Benin Republic, Chad, Senegal, Kenya, Tanzania, Guinea Bissau, Cameroon, Liberia, Togo, Congo, ...
Speaking at the start of a two-day workshop on Food and Nutrition Security for media practitioners organized by the WFP in Monrovia on Tuesday, ... He said that WFP was also promoting climate change adaptation through climate-smart agriculture, while at the same time changing the strategic focus to ...
According to him, his institution is also strengthening food value chain through the creation of small-scale or restoration projects, including roads, storage facilities and other agricultural activities in Liberia. Mr. Forminyen said WFP is also promoting climate change adaptation through climate-smart ...
... on Land Rights in Liberia. (Reporting by Kevin Mwanza, Editing by Katy Migiro. (Please credit the Thomson Reuters Foundation, the charitable arm of Thomson Reuters, that covers humanitarian news, women's rights, trafficking, property rights, climate change and resilience. Visit http://news.trust.org)).
Dr. Weeks, who earlier served as the induction officer, disclosed that plans are underway for the creation of the Departments of Climate Change and Architecture at the University of Liberia. She noted that the two departments will work together in implementing climate change mitigation programs and ...
The Executive Director of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of Liberia, Mr.Nathaniel T. Blama, Sr. is attending the United Nations Climate Change Conference from April 30 to May 10, 2018 in Bonn, Germany. Blamawasextended an official invitation as head of the Environmental Protection ...
Dr. Weeks disclosed that plans are underway for the creation of the Departments of Climate Change and Architecture at the University of Liberia; noting that the two departments will work hand in hand in implementing climate change mitigation programs and ensuring structures that will be designed are ...
The Executive Director of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of Liberia, Nathaniel T. Blama, Sr. is attending the United Nations Climate Change Conference from April 30 to May 10, 2018, in Bonn, Germany, where he is expected to address the gathering, a release from the agency has said.
In this chat with The Guardian, he warns that many coastal cities in West Africa could go under water due to impact of Climate Change. What is your ... Coastal cities like Lagos, Accra, Banjul and Monrovia, among others, would likely 'drown' with the forecasted two inches rise in sea level. Even Lagos ...
Bonn, Germany – The Executive Director of the Environmental Protection Agency of Liberia (EPA) and national designated authority to the UN Climate Change Adaptation Fund representing Liberia, Nathaniel T. Blama, Sr. has requested the Secretariat of the UN Climate Change Adaptation Fund ...
EPA Executive Director, Nathaniel T. Blama, on behalf of Liberia, made the request to the Secretariat of the United Nations Climate Change Adaptation Fund through UN Environment Program (UNEP), Nairobi, Kenya on the margins of the on-going UN Climate Change Conference in Bonn, Germany.
The first edition of the festival organized by the EU in Liberia took place in 2017. ... such as refugees, climate change and sexual and gender based violence. EURO-LIBERIAN Film Festival is organized in partnership with local ...
She told the Liberian legislators that the UK is also committed to collaborating with Liberia along the lines of climate change while calling on members ...
Great Britain says its partnership with Liberia towards democratic ... to collaborating with Liberia along the lines of climate change while calling on ...
DURING A RECENT VISIT to Beijing, Liberia's First Lady, Mrs. Clar Marie ... of the most vulnerable population in Liberia through a Pro-Poor Agenda. ... issues: global health and wellness, climate change, economic development and ...
Monrovia – The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of Liberia in ... of the EPA and UNDP provided education on Climate change adaptation and ...
“It is a fact that climate change has been identified as one of the leading ... economy, to ensure that lives and properties are well protected in Liberia.
Tourism
The Liberian People Have Spoken: George Weah Will Be Liberia's 25th President!
Joint Transition Team Hold First Meeting Ahead of January 22 Inauguration
President-Elect Weah's Colossal Challenges
Liberia: Joint Transition Team Hold First Meeting Ahead of January 22 Inaugural
Weah presidency will inspire development
Liberia's Ambassador to Kuwait Calls on Liberians to Manage Expectations
Youth Entrepreneurship Development, Agriculture, Tourism and Entertainment: The Case of ...
Elephants on the Rampage in Nimba Forests: A Wake-up Call for the Weah Administration
Liberia: Elephants On the Rampage in Nimba Forests - a Wake-Up Call for the Weah Administration
President Sirleaf's Legacy, Failures in Liberia's Arts and Culture
China ready to work with Liberia
A Word to the New Administration: Government Is Not About “Getting, Grabbing and Going”
Liberia: Chinese Embassy Holds Seminar
What's in President-elect George Weah Inauguration Budget?
Suggestions For A Common Sense Government Of The George Weah Administration, Liberia
Liberia's Pathway to National Prosperity
The Liberian Consulate in Georgia partners with Brussels Airlines to boost Travel, Tourism and ...
Former Culture Minister: 'Liberia's Cultural Heritage in Extinction Crisis'
Liberia: Police Roll Out Inauguration Security Plan
Threatened Species Find Lasting Home in Liberia-Guinea Forest
“Sit on Old Mat to Plait New One” - Bowier Advices President Weah
Liberia: 'Sit On Old Mat to Plait New One' - Bowier Advices President Weah
President Weah Names 83 to Cabinet
President George Weah's First State of the Nation Address
Weah Admits Inability to Present Overall Economic Condition of Nation
First Annual Message: Pres. Weah Opens Pandora Box on Economy, Citizenship
Weah Presents First State of Nation Address, Says the Country is Broke
Liberia: President Weah's First Annual Message Makes Great, Unprecedented Promises to ...
Liberia: First Annual Message - Pres. Weah Opens Pandora Box On Economy, Citizenship
Liberia: Weah Targets Poverty Reduction
The Need to Develop a National Cultural Policy
Petition Underway -To Detach Culture & Tourism From Information Ministry
Open Letter to President George Opong Manneh Weah
Oragon Group's Investments Empower Liberians, Provides Professional Services
Weah makes more appointments
Government of Liberia Calls For Stronger Action to End FGM
Liberia: Weah Makes More Appointments
Riverside Resort & Villas Beckon Tourism Potential in Liberia
Liberia: Oragon Group Rekindles Investment Climate
Liberia hospitality industry needs Nigerian investors – Robaix
Liberia's New Airport Terminal Project Inspires On-the-Job Training For Liberians
Liberia: 'Remove Culture and Tourism From Ministry of Information'
'Remove Culture and Tourism from Ministry of Information'
“Wetlands Attract Tourism, Make Cities Livable”
President Weah urged to separate culture ministry
"Manifesting Hope" Challenges & Opportunities
Arts and Culture Advocates Implore President Weah to Remember the Sector
Elizabeth Village Resort: Paradise Of Traditional Touristic Attractions – See Pictures
Liberians Await President Weah's Tangible Deliverable Plans of First 100 Days
Tourists in Costa Rica Affected by Fishermen's Strike
Joe Gene Mulbah, Musons Group's Founder Receives African Leadership CEO Award
Liberian leader off to Abuja, Nigeria
Bomi Supt. Congratulates President Weah, Asks God To Grant Him Wisdom Of Solomon
Meet the People Making Liberia a Hotspot for Tourists
Bensonville City in Ruins, Marginalized
Environment chief: Why we're prioritizing climate governance in Liberia
MRUYP impeaches speaker
Hundreds Observe Decoration Day at Palm Grove Cemetery
Finance Ministry Rejects NEC US$3.9M Request
Liberia: Finance Ministry Rejects NEC US$3.9 Million Request
Liberian Senate Denies Several Presidential Appointees Nomination
MICAT's Ruling in LIMU Pre-Elections Case Falls on Deaf Ears
MRU Youth Parliament Liberia-Chapter Impeaches its Speaker
Sport Relief to drop celebrity-led appeal films after 'poverty tourism' backlash
Liberian Community in Nigeria Honors Amb. Conteh, Justice Wright
Tarpeh Vows to Enforce Liberaianization Policy
Balli Island A Bad 'Dream' For President Weah, Liberia
How Tillerson's Exxon Designed an Oil Deal to Skirt Anticorruption Scrutiny
Liberia's Leelai Kpukuyou To Receive 'African Female Business Leadership Excellence Award' 2018
Creeping intolerance
Land Authority Receives US$89000 Survey Equipment
National ID Registry to Issue Biometric Cards to Government Employees
Morgan Estate Lawsuit Leads To FrontPage Africa Newspaper Closure, As MICAT Clarifies Media ...
Eugene Nagbe Accuses BBC Correspondent Paye-Layleh of Supporting War in Liberia
Suggestions from across the floor encouraged government to prioritize the agriculture sector, expand tourism, and develop a proactive policy framework for a system oriented approach for natural resource management as a means of building a firm foundation for domestic revenue mobilization to support ...
Minister of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism (MICAT) Mr. Lenn Eugene Nagbe told the state broadcaster on Monday that Mr. Jonathan Paye-Layleh, BBC's correspondent in Liberia, was closely involved with the activities of the NPFL and worked with a pro-Taylor newspaper, therefore, justifying ...
Monrovia - The Deputy Minister for Press and Public Affair at the Ministry of Information Culture and Tourism, Eugene Fanhgon says the President of Liberia will not dignify anything coming from Rodney Sieh, publisher of FrontPage Africa.
New York - Hours after the fatal murder of journalist Tyron A. Brown, Liberia's Minister of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism Lenn Eugene Nagbe says the Weah-led government will leave no stone unturned in bringing the killers to justice. The late Brown, who worked with the Super FM and T, ...
New York — Hours after the fatal murder of journalist Tyron A. Brown, Liberia's Minister of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism Lenn Eugene Nagbe says the Weah-led government will leave no stone unturned in bringing the killers to justice. The late Brown, who worked with the Super FM and T, ...
Augustus J. Flomo, Agriculture Minister, Mogana S, Flomo Jr., Minister of Information Culture and Tourism, Lenn Eugene Nagbe, and Minister of State without Portfolio, Trokon Kpui. The team spoke on wide range of issues relating to economy, agriculture, youth and women empowerment, peace and ...
The young journalist was Tyron Browne from the local radio station in Monrovia, Super FM and TV. According to FPA, hours after the fatal murder, Liberia's Minister of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism Lenn Eugene Nagbe said the government led by President Weah would leave no stone ...
The delegation to the meeting included Deputy Minister for Economic Management Augustus J. Flomo, Agriculture Minister Mogana S. Flomo Jr., Minister of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism Lenn Eugene Nagbe, and Minister of State without Portfolio Trokon Kpui. The team addressed a wide ...
In response, the Minister of Information Cultural Affairs and Tourism Eugene Nagbe thanked the Liberians for turning up for the event and assured that their inputs will be included in the new development plan to be launched before June 30, 2018. Minister Nagbe emphasized that the George Weah ...
The Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA)'s threat to seize all under declared goods to Customs at the various points of entry across the country has raised critical ... Suggestions from across the floor encouraged government to prioritize the agriculture sector, expand tourism, and develop a proactive policy ...
Instead of investors and tourists coming to Liberia, they will prefer to go to countries that offer positive image for themselves. What we should demand is not to continuously criticize but to seek a far-reaching actionable explanation about the President's “Pro-Poor” vision. It means we should hold the feet ...
The LRRRC boss said the commission will work with the Ministry of Information, Cultural and Tourism and the Press Union of Liberia to facilitate assimilation through awareness campaigns, prints and electronic media engagements, stakeholders' dialogues, and community outreach activities to promote ...
His assurance was contained in his statement yesterday at the Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism's (MICAT) weekly press briefing on current developments. He said the media should be confident of the commitment of the Liberia National Police (LNP) to bring the perpetrators of the late ...
The President assured that the roads would be built to the highest international standards, and linked to paved secondary farm-to-market roads that will enhance agriculture, trade, and tourism in Liberia. He said particular priority will be given to a coastal highway that will run from Buchanan to Harper, ...
The southeast and northwest parts of Liberia are expected to get two new national parks – the Grebo-Krahn and Gola – an outstanding move by the Government of Liberia to protect the biodiversity of that area and promote wildlife tourism. These two new parks brings to three the number of national parks ...
Making the disclosure at the Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism (MICAT) recently, LRRRC executive director Festus R. B. Logan said approximately 3,600 Liberians who traveled to America for various reasons are expected back home. Therefore, his institution wants to construct a ...
The impeached Speaker of the Mano River Union (MRU) Youth Parliament in Liberia James Kolleh says he remains the legitimate speaker, in defiance ... The group's Chairman on Information, Culture, and Tourism Mr. Stephen N. Karly told a press conference during Kolleh's removal that the decision to ...
“They will be built to the highest international standards and linked to paved secondary farm-to-market roads that will enhance agriculture, trade, and tourism in Liberia. Particular priority will be given to a coastal highway that will run from Buchanan to Harper, which will eventually end the complete ...
The Mano River Union Youth Parliament -Liberia Chapter (MRUYP-LC) has been hit with accusations of its Speaker James M. Kolleh allegedly ... The chairman on Information, Culture, and Tourism Stephen N. Karly in a press conference told reporters that the decision to impeach the speaker was ...
He noted that many kids linger in the streets of Monrovia due to “lack of program to keep kids busy”. The Liberian entertainer said it is his hope to push for the establishment of a public library and for the improvement of the tourism and arts, cultural sector of Liberia. “Team Blue seeks to offer a vibrant ...
Unlike Liberia, Ghana has mastered the art of telling its own stories, so much, that those stories have become a source of income for the nation through its tourism sector. People from around the world, especially those of African descent, travel annually to Ghana in hopes of forming a connection to the ...
At the Gbarnga DRM Strategy review, stakeholders recommended vital improvement in Liberia's trade and industry sector to enhance revenue collection and facilitate national development. They named the agricultural, fishery, tourism, financial, transport, and the telecommunications sectors, among ...
The Liberian Novel “Murder in the Cassava Patch” which explains the incident involving Tenneh is being taught in secondary schools across the country. ... He also calls on the government of Liberia, through the Ministry of Information Cultural Affairs and Tourism to undertake program that will generate ...
Mr. Nagbe made the comment in an address at a local hotel where newly elected Liberia Travel Agency Association (LTAA) officials were being inducted.Touching tourism issues, Minister Nagbe told the LTAA officials that the resuscitation of Liberia's tourism sector cannot be overemphasized, thus ...
Liberia: National Draft Budget Critiqued Amid 'Misplaced Priorities' ... During a press briefing at the Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism last ...
The newly-elected corps of officers of Liberian Travel Agency Association (LTAA) have been inducted into office, to steer the affairs of the Association ...
They named the agricultural, fishery, tourism, financial, transport, and the ... sector about the importance of tax payment and its benefits to Liberia.
New Lebanese Ambassador To Liberia Holds Talks With Vice President ... Liberia has huge investment potential in the tourism, medical and energy ...
The government, through its Assistant Minister for Cultural Affairs and Tourism, Ms. Princess Turkulon, executed the closure of SAJJ indefinitely until ...
By MafantaKromah. The Government of Liberia, through the Tourism Department at the Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism, on Friday ...
According to a Ministry of Information release, the tourism license of the restaurant which was suspended last Friday has been restored following the ...
Dr. York is a naturalized Liberian citizen, Consul General, and Diplomat ... in the Montserrado County 6th Circuit Judicial Court for the Republic of Liberia. ... on the need to boost the tourism sector in Liberia, is interested in producing ...
In all fairness they had paid off their debt to society — which the Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism of Liberia had priced at $5,500.00.
She boasts over 40 years' experience in the country's tourism sector, where she has held a number of positions of ... attracting airlines to Juan Santamaría International Airport (San José) and Daniel Oduber Quirós Aiport (Liberia).
It is an excellent tourism destination city and one of the nine backbone cities in ... He recalled the efforts made by both China and Liberia in areas of ...
The budget in their view makes no effort to tap on the potential of both agriculture and tourism subsectors. They noted that agriculture and tourism are ...
In my recent visit to Accra, Ghana, on August 19, 2017, I spoke to a number of people, including Ghanaians, Liberians, and Nigerians at the Kasoa ...
His aim was to launch West African tourism from Liberia because this was the ideal place to do so. He mentioned our rich culture, the use of the U.S. ...
“My goal is to make sure that Liberians are educated first and then tourism piece will come. Right now, people are hungry for their history,” Dr.
The maiden edition of Liberia edition of Africa Communications Week ... CEO, West Tourism Management; Mahmoud Koroma, Program Specialist, UN ...
I hope that these discussions will not only attract and promote tourism in Liberia but that they will encourage Liberians in the Diaspora to eventually ...