Food self-sufficiency is still a long term goal for Liberia. Amid calls for Liberians to begin consuming locally-produced crops, there are indications that the country is still far from achieving its goal of food self-sufficiency.
With the deadline looming for President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to submit the draft national budget, the Liberian disabled community has reminded the president of her commitment to make allocations for them in the pending fiscal year.
The Judge of the 13th Judicial Circuit in Kakata, Margibi County, Mardea Chenoweth, has called on people entrusted with positions and responsibilities to serve with passion and commitment.
The Peace Corps has announced that it is returning to Liberia after having pulled out volunteers during the Ebola outbreak. In this piece, a former Peace Corps volunteer, Nimu Sidhu, recounts how the Peace Corps held a national science fair.
The African Insurance Corporation of Liberia has launched an initiative to update records of it clients in Firestone.
The Alumni Association of the Harbel Multilateral High School has recommended an indoor conference involving all parties to resolve the ongoing crisis on division among the Principal, Vice Principal for Administration and aggrieved Teachers of the institution.
Liberiaâ€™s ambassador to the United States, Jeremiah Sulunteh, has provided 150 Ebola care and preventive kits to residents of Margibi.
20 personnel of the Fire and Rescue Department of the Roberts International Airport have returned home following a two-month intensive training in fire and rescue operations at the Ghana Airports Company Limited Fire Fighting School in Accra.