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Putting Love Into Giving
Inspired by the smiles of innocent children during their initial visit in early February to the Fatima Cottage Orphanage Home, the 18th Philippine Contingent to Liberia (PCL) returned to the orphanage on 22 February and this time they brought sleeping cots, mattresses, and tables together with shirts, trousers, and shoes from a staff member.
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LNP Officers Train in SGBV Interviewing Techniques
With the support of UNMIL, a four-day training workshop on Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV) interviewing techniques was organized in late February in Harper for Liberia National Police Officers in southeastern Liberia.
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International Women’s Day Celebrations Held at Monrovia Central Prison
For the first time, the International Women’s Day this year was celebrated by the Bureau of Corrections (BCR) at the Monrovia Central Prison in Montserrado County by both staff and prisoners. Staff from the Corrections Advisory Unit as well as the Monrovia Central Prison mentors joined in the celebrations. The day began with the members of staff receiving in - service training on “Treatment of women offenders” conducted by the national trainers.
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Liberia Welcomes UN Messenger of Peace Princess Haya of Jordan
It is not often that royalty descends on Liberia, but that is exactly what happened on Thursday, 20 March, when Jordan’s HRH Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein and her entourage embarked on a one-day whirlwind tour of parts of Bomi and Montserrado Counties.
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UNPOL Swedish Officer Donates Reading Glasses
In early February, a female Swedish UNPOL officer assigned in Harper, Maryland County, donated more than 100 pieces of reading glasses to the Optical Department of the J. J. Dossen referral hospital in Harper.
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