First Lady Weah Dedicates Humanitarian Award To Liberian Women

The SHEROES Foundation’s 2019 Humanitarian Award Winner, First Lady Clar Marie Weah, has expressed deep gratitude to the international women based organization for recognizing her many humanitarian initiatives in Liberia.
Speaking at the SHEROES Awards Ceremonies on Friday, May 17, 2019, in Accra-Ghana, Mrs. Weah said she was grateful to have been selected for such a great honor. Read more

Top Official Wants Liberian Students Appreciate Their Culture

By Ibrahim A. Sherif (LINA)

Assistant Minister of Culture at the Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism Margaret Cooper Frank

The Assistant Minister of Culture at the Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism ( MICAT),, has encouraged Liberian students to show love and appreciation for the culture of Liberia.
Speaking at the official launch of the National High School Cultural, Musical and Drama Competition held at the YMCA headquarter in Monrovia, Frank noted that MICAT has noticed over the years that young people are not appreciative of their culture, something she said if not addressed urgently may lead to cultural extinction. Read more

International Community Issued Joint Statement On Recent Dialogue Meeting

-Held Between GoL And COP
The United Nations (UN), the African Union Liaison Office in Liberia (AU) and the Office of the
Special Representative of the ECOWAS Commission in Liberia (ECOWAS), wish to commend the
Government and people of Liberia, “the Council of Patriots”, and other Stakeholders for the
inclusive dialogue held on 14 May, which coincided with ‘Unification Day’. Read more

Liberia’s Police Chief, Drug Enforcement Head Attend ECOWAS Police Chiefs’ Assembly in Abuja

(Abuja, May 15, 2019:) The Inspector-General of the Liberia National Police, Patrick Sudue, and the Director-General of the Liberia Drug Enforcement Agency, Marcus Solo, have joined other regional counterparts at the opening session of the 16th Annual General Assembly of the West African Police Chiefs Committee (WAPCCO) and Meeting of the Forum of Ministers in Charge of Security. Read more

SCI Embark On Two Years Health Worker’s Project

Mr. Joseph Jay Yarsiah, Country Manager

Save the Children International (SCI) Liberia Country Office has embarked on a two-year health workers’ project aimed at advocating for the increase in budget allocation to the health system of the country.
According to a release issued in Monrovia, the project is intended to save the lives of children in vulnerable communities through a strengthened health sector and the political commitment to increase health financing and investment. Read more

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