More than 100 school children and other kids from surrounding communities in Hartford, Grand Bassa County, enjoyed a hearty meal thanks to a humanitarian outreach by the Nepalese Formed Police Unit-2 to the Government Morning School recently.
The outgoing Pakistani Contingent, PakBatt-16, has constructed a Children’s Park in Voinjama, Lofa County, for the kids of the city. PakBatt-16 ended its tour of duty in July 2012. The Children’s Park was constructed as a parting gift to the children of Voinjama and Liberia in general.
In late August, Daniel Binda, a Liberian resident of Margibi County, was on a usual fishing expedition in Farmington River in his canoe when disaster struck. The river was swollen by heavy rains and the torrent caused his canoe to capsize, tossing him into the fast-moving current.
The National Police Training Academy (NPTA) in Paynesville, on the outskirts of Monrovia, now has newly constructed male and female dormitories, additional classrooms, a rehabilitated kitchen and dining hall, all thanks to the Government of Norway supporting the development of Liberia’s secu
Liberian women living in the Kortu community of Montserrado County say their lives have changed for the better after undertaking a three-month vocational training course sponsored by UNMIL Quick Impact Projects and managed by a Liberian non-governmental organization known as DAM Opera (Dissem
A new strategy to prevent gender-based violence has been designed and launched in six counties of Liberia -- Bomi, Gbarpolu, Nimba, Lofa, River Gee and Grand Bassa -- to help create awareness of gender-based violence issues in the community and monitor the functioning of the justice, health
The 2012 Liberia CAP MYR launched today seeks to raise a total of US$ 97,912,181 to implement 36 projects presented by 21 participating agencies in the areas of Water & Sanitation, Education, Health, Protection, Food aid, Agriculture, and Nutrition.