The Liberian NGO, Naymote-Partners for Democratic Development, has recently completed a major stakeholders’ engagement in Bong aimed at creating awareness about the use and management of County Social Development Funds.
Shirley Brown-Gbegbain, the former district commissioner of Bein-Gairr Administrative District, has opened up about an uncordial working relationship she had with the county administration.
Every day the residents here in Kpaii District bump up and down the potholes that plague this road between Palala and Zowienta. Motorists and passengers find it extremely challenging, especially during the rainy season.
The dismissed treasurer of the Nimba County Project Management Committee, Eddie Z. Tenwah, has issued a strongly-worded criticism of the current management of the PMC over the purchase of three vehicles.
The Executive Director of the Liberia Agency for Community Empowerment, Julius K. Sele, has disclosed that bad roads are hampering the ability to complete legislative projects in some parts of the country.
The second part of a series of articles on the procedures governing Liberia’s County Development Funds. This piece explores some of the inadequacies of the program and proposes ways in which it can be improved.
The first part of a series of articles on the procedures governing Liberia’s County Development Funds. This piece explains how the CDF works while the following article will propose some changes.
Residents of the New Matadi Estate, Fredrick Island and 12th Street communities have received US$66,900 from the Liberian government to construct a bridge that will link them with other communities.