The Liberian government is appealing for humanitarian aid to provide relief to victims and bereaved families of the affected mudslide community in Nimba.
ZOA, an international relief and recovery organization supporting vulnerable people affected by violent conflict and natural disasters in fragile states, has provided training for 12 agricultural technicians who will go on to train at least 6,600 farmers from 220 communities in River Cess.
Cuttington University Alumni Association has inducted new officials to steer its affairs for the next three years, with the new president promising to address the university’s financial woes through a US$1 million endowment fund.
In 2017, the Du River Bridge collapsed when a truck transporting rocks for the rehabilitation of the Roberts International Airport runway drove along. The truck belonged to a Chinese firm involved in the construction at the airport.
The Firestone Liberia Medical Services has accepted five new postgraduate medical doctors for a six-month intensive internship program at its Du-Side Hospital.
The corpse of a suspected Nigerian armed robber killed in July 2016 during an exchange of gun fire with officers of the Liberia National Police has been apparently abandoned by the government at the Solomon Tubee Funeral Home in Margibi.
Internews, the implementer of the Liberia Media Development program, has begun a three-day training for rural journalists to report on electoral reform.
Citizens in Buchanan, Grand Bassa have hailed the European Union for its support to the country through the national budget.