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06:39:14, Tuesday, 02 Sep 2014
 
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Minister of Foreign Affairs Augustine K. Ngafuan receives a donation of two printing machines and accessories worth some US$ 40,000 from UN envoy Karin Landgren. The donation is aimed at enhancing the capacity of the Print and Publication Division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to promptly and efficiently publish and circulate legislation and other documents intended to improve access to justice and rule of law. UNMIL Photo/Emmanuel Tobey
LNP and BIN officials Receive Media Training
UNPOL Public Information Team facilitated a week-long Press and Public Relations course at IMTC which was attended by 13 officers from the Liberia National Police (LNP) and 3 officers from the Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization (BIN). Funded by UNMIL Public Information Office, the course was coordinated by Mona Nordberg, Community Policing and Public Information expert form Special Police Capacity.
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CHINENGR-16 Embarks on Garbage Disposal Site for Zwedru
Zwedru, capital of Grand Gedeh County, ranks among Liberia’s biggest towns. Economic activity in this southeastern metropolis has been on the increase in recent years and, parallel to this has been an increase in the amount of garbage generated by the local population.
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LNP Traffic Department Receive New Equipment
The Road Safety Division of the Liberia National Police (LNP) benefitted from a donation of assorted traffic equipment from UNMIL in June. Acquired through UNMIL’s Quick Impact Projects (QUIPs), some 300 Traffic cones, 300 reflective jackets, 75 rechargeable lights and 97 signal boards -- all valued at USD 19,980 – were handed over to the LNP leadership by UNMIL police commissioner Gregory Hinds.
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UNMIL donating 30 vehicles for Government’s use in fight against Ebola
Monrovia, 15 August 2014 – The United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) today handed over the first six of 30 vehicles it is donating to the Government of Liberia for use in the fight against Ebola.
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LNP Get Computer Training in Zwedru
Computer literacy is critical to effective career performance, which was why Indian FPU-2 organized a one-week basic computer training programme in June 2014 for members of the Liberia National Police (LNP) assigned in Zwedru, Grand Gedeh County. Eight LNP officers, including one female, participated in the exercise.
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SRSG reaffirms UN commitment to combat Ebola in Liberia
Monrovia, 08 August 2014 – Following the declaration on 6 August of a 90-day state of emergency in Liberia, the Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General (SRSG) for Liberia, Karin Landgren, said today:
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