Three Sinoe communities are threatening to terminate their contract with a logging company for failing to adhere to an agreement to provide the communities with benefits.
Sinoe’s Sen. Milton Teahjay says he wants national and international partners to provide alternative livelihood opportunities for forest-dependent communities across Liberia.
At least four major government facilities in Voinjama have been damaged by a heavy rainstorm, displacing numerous government offices within the county capital.
Nimba’s Superintendent Nelson Korquoi says he wants to transform a lake in the center of Sanniquellie to a tourist attraction by 2021.
As the rainy season gets into full swing, victims of an April 26 rainstorm in Kwendin Township are asking for assistance in rebuilding their homes to ensure they are sheltered from the elements.
A violentÂ storm has rendered over 60 persons homeless in Barclayville. The victims are currently seeking refuge with relatives amid a directive from health officials for the public to socially distance themselves from others during the Coronavirus pandemic.
An early morning storm on April 6 in the Goshen Community in Margibi removed the roof of a two-bedroom house occupied by a family of seven, leaving them homeless.
The Forestry Training Institute, located in Tubmanburg, has graduated 58 students in various forestry-related disciplines. Additionally, 11 members of the instituteâ€™s confiscation unit received training as part of an in-service program at the Forestry Development Authority.