The World Food Programme has organized a price monitoring training to better equip staff from the Ministry of Agriculture and the Liberia Institute of Statistics and Geo-Information Services to monitor the prices of commodities at markets across the country.
The Ministry of Agriculture and its partners have concluded celebrating World Food Day at the Fairground in Buchanan.
After being suspended for a year, the World Food Programme is expected to recommence its home-grown school meals program in Nimba for the 2018/2019 academic year, beginning with selected schools in four education districts.
Several Liberian journalists are expected to undergo training in food and nutrition security reporting.
Did Urey’s team treat over 5,000 people during the Ebola epidemic? And if so, was that number more than what the government and international community treated combined?
A maternal waiting home sponsored by the World Food Programme is nearing completion in Boegeezay Town, in the Doedein Health District.
The Senior Pastor of the Mission for Today Holy Church, Bishop P. Manasseh Conto, and his Assistant Pastor Steve Kettor on Monday, June 6, filed a criminal appearance bond valued at US$468,336 before Judge Emery S. Paye at the Temple of Justice.
Allocation of only one percent of the national budget to agriculture is quite an injustice to the sector that contributes more than 40 percent to national GDP.