The World Bank has partnered with the Liberian government to launch a new effort to improve results at the secondary level of Liberia’s education system. The project, Improve Results in Secondary Education, otherwise known as IRISE, is a US$47 million effort sponsored by the World Bank through a grant signed with the government in July 2019.
More than 60 agents and inspectors in the mining sector have received training in smart mining techniques by the Liberia Forest Sector Project.
Former education minister George Kronnisanyon Werner has announced he is running to become senator of Grand Kru in senatorial elections later this year.
President George Weah has accepted the resignation of Tolbert Nyenswah, the director-general of the National Public Health Institute of Liberia.
The Ministry of Finance and Development Planning has concluded training in financial reporting for finance officers from approximately 50 government agencies.
Women’s groups, in collaboration with the Ministry of Gender, Children, and Social Protection have expressed condolences to the Muslim community on the death of 26 young Islamic school children and their teacher.
On the streets of our larger cities, you can often see disabled persons directed by children and begging. It often gives the impression that people with disabilities in Liberia are not qualified to work.
The city governments of both Monrovia and Paynesville have received a huge boost to tackle issues of waste management that have gradually overwhelmed their capacities.