The Liberia National Police is raising the alarm over what officials think is a new sign of criminal gangs operating in Monrovia.
About 260 women in Paynesville have acquired empowerment in a life skills training program to improve their incomes and family livelihoods.
Barrack Young Controller, the defending champions of Liberia’s first division league, have put behind their poor performance in the CAF Champions League and the CAF Confederation Cup to continue their defense of the first division title with an important win.
With barely six months until the national elections in Liberia, youth representatives from the country’s 15 subdivisions have gathered for a national peace building conference at the Paynesville City Hall.
Primary school education is one of the building blocks of life. However, for children living in poverty in Liberia, the likelihood of accessing and completing their primary school education cycle is substantially reduced.
Residing in one of the 94 housing units at the 72nd Military Barracks in Paynesville is Jaemama B. Doblah, along with her ten nieces, three sisters, and two brothers. Doblah and her aging mother, who barely walks, left Nimba for Monrovia in 2007 after the demise of her father and settled at the 72nd Military Barracks in search of a better life.
David Portee Nah, aged 68 and a former resident of Gbe Town in Logan Town on Bushrod Island, was killed on Saturday, March 4 after heavy storms swept across Monrovia destroying several structures, and rendering several homeless in its wake.
On Jan. 11, various stakeholders within the health sector of Liberia held a conference at the Golder Key Hotel to formulate strategies on the reduction of maternal deaths in the country.