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Forestry Training Institute Graduates 69 Trainees in Various Disciplines

Forestry Training Institute Graduates 69 Trainees in Various Disciplines

The Forestry Training Institute, located in Tubmanburg, has graduated 58 students in various forestry-related disciplines. Additionally, 11 members of the institute’s confiscation unit received training as part of an in-service program at the Forestry Development Authority.

Libassa Wildlife Sanctuary and Partners Celebrate World Pangolin Day, First Time in Post-War Liberia

For the first time in post-war Liberia, Liberia has celebrated World Pangolin Day. The celebration was organized by the Libassa Wildlife Sanctuary, in collaboration with the Forestry Development Authority, the Environmental Protection Agency, the Paynesville City Corporation, and other partners.

Miners Drive River Cess Fishing Town into Poverty

Churchemah Wesseh and other fisherwomen of Wesseh Town have seen their livelihood threatened since miners began arriving here on the Cestos River with huge dredges five years ago. This fisherwomen’s town is gradually being drowned into poverty. The same struggle ripples across other towns on the banks of the river in the Central River Cess district.

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