The government of Liberia has formally launched Sustainable Development Goal Four, aimed at ensuring inclusive and quality education for all.
The Liberia Electricity Corporation has denied a Freedom of Information Act request to provide information on how the agency measures the quality of its service.
Due to the decreased demand for major export commodities, the global prices for iron ore and rubber, two of Liberiaâ€™s main export commodities, continue to fluctuate with negative effects on the countryâ€™s socio-economic development.
The World Bank and the Government of Liberia have signed a US$36.7 million grant to support ongoing efforts to improve integrated management of targeted forest landscapes.
The World Bank has approved a new US$ 27 million financing agreement meant to increase access to affordable, reliable electricity and foster the use of renewable energy in Liberia.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf visited the Liberia Electricity Corporation’s Bushrod Island office on Friday, December 18, 2015 to inspect on-going construction on the three Heavy Fuel Oil plants.
The Board of Executive Directors of the World Bank has approved a new US$60 million International Development Association credit for the Liberian government to help continue to expand affordable electricity services to businesses and households in order to spur economic growth, create jobs, and reduce poverty
Lydia Sherman, the Deputy Minister of Gender, Children, and Social Protection, has expressed frustration with some non-governmental organizations for their non-compliance with regards to the children orphaned by Ebola.