Mercy Corps Liberia, in partnership with the Agence Française De Développement, has launched a €5 million (US$5.66 million) Youth Employment Project on Wednesday, November 28, 2018 targeting 11,000 youth.
Mercy Corps has graduated 169 students from its Light Up Liberia program, a four-month technical and vocational training program in renewable energies.
To improve the market for solar power in Liberia, Mercy Corps has provided several marketing materials to retailers of solar equipment.
The John Wesley Pearson High School in Ganta received a donation of assorted solar energy equipment from Mercy Corps last week as a means of providing lighting on the campus.
A violent rainstorm which occurred on Sunday night destroyed the roof of Radio Gbarnga, leaving several of the station’s broadcast equipment and documents damaged.
Radio Kakata FM 104.6 MHz, one of the nine community radio stations operating in Margibi, was gutted by fire on the morning of Friday, October 28.
Liberia’s first post-war recycling company has won a prize in a business plan competition organized by the World Bank’s office in Liberia.
Mercy Corps, an international non-governmental organization, held a two-day national conference to celebrate achievements of its community health mobilization program.