The Liberia National Police will hold a one-day Safe Streets Festival on Saturday, 7 December 2019 on Broad Street, Central Monrovia.
The state’s response to the Monrovia Consolidation School System students’ October 15 protest will fuel tensions that will threaten the very state’s commitment to sustain peace.
The Government of Liberia Must Move beyond Condemnation and Act in Accordance to its Constitutional Mandate to End the Continuing and Pervasive Violence against all women in Liberia.
The Ministry of Education has taken a giant step to improve the skills of teachers who teach reading to young students. On July 23rd, the ministry signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Liberian Association of Literacy Educators to train in-service teachers who want to improve their skills in teaching reading.
The Liberia Feminist Forum, other women and human right groups in Liberia are concerned over the rise in reported cases of rape, sexual abuse, forceful initiation, cruel public torture, and other forms of sexual and gender-based violence, harmful traditional practices and injustice against women, girls and other marginalized groups in Liberia.
The management of the comprehensive Outpatient Medical Center at the ELWA Junction in Paynesville said the center has opened its doors to provide world-class diagnostic and specialty clinical services to Liberia and the West African subregion.
GROW Liberia, in collaboration with the National Investment Commission, is hosting an investment summit on June 19 to showcase Liberia’s emergence as a burgeoning hub for Ribbed Smoked Sheets rubber processing in West Africa.
Amid the increasing rate of traffic-related fatalities in Liberia, a public discussion on road safety will be held among key stakeholders on Wednesday, April 17, 2019, at the University of Liberia Auditorium, from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.