The Independent National Commission on Human Rights is currently conducting a nationwide survey on the right to health and welfare.
Six Liberians have been selected to receive a tuition free education at Strathmore University in Kenya. Three of those students, all girls, hail from the St. Peter Claver Catholic High School in Buchanan.
The Liberia Agricultural Commodity and Regulatory Authority has announced that is has begun reopening government farms across the country.
ArcelorMittal has trained six Liberians to be locomotive drivers, with the graduation ceremony taking place this past Tuesday in Buchanan.
The Liberia Cement Corporation, known more succinctly as CEMENCO, has ended a block production training course for 25 block makers in Grand Bassa.
Since the discovery of men suspected of casting spells at the entrance of the Grand Bassa Community College, classes have not taken place as faculty members, staff, and students have deserted the campus.
A series of nationwide consultations to develop the government’s Pro-Poor Agenda has ended after taking place in all 15 counties.
Grand Bassa has hosted a trade and investment conferenced aimed at attracting national and international investors to the county.