The Millennium Challenge Account-Liberia’s reconstruction of the Liberia Electricity Corporation Customer Service Center remains on schedule.
In a context where 60 percent of the population is under 35, young people are critical to Liberia’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the country’s capacity to recover and build resilience post-outbreak.
The Liberia Electricity Regulatory Commission, with the support of the Millennium Challenge Account Liberia, has begun a Cost of Service Study to gather information on the generation, transmission, distribution, and sale of electricity within Liberia.
The Ministry of Agriculture and the Executive Committee on COVID-19, ECOC, announce the launch of Liberia’s first Agriculture Transport Permit System.
The Liberia Institute for the Promotion of Academic Excellence has launched a COVID Care Package of L$2.2 million (US$11,111) in Bomi and Grand Cape Mount to assist local communities and parents of beneficiaries under its Second Chance program, with support from its donor partner.
Since Teach for Liberia’s Emergency Community Feeding Program began, more than 4,000 students and parents have benefited from food rations, face masks, and awareness materials, in both standard and Liberian English, to reach the most at-risk populations.
Yesterday, the National Public Health Institute of Liberia and the Ministry of Health announced the launch of the Liberia COVID-19 Rapid Assessment System, RAS, a public health tool to enable Liberians to assess their symptoms while allowing MOH and NPHIL to collect real-time information on potential COVID-19 cases nationwide.
Employees, employers, and business people are already feeling the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic. What can the Liberian government do to support its people?