After receiving a generator in December 2017 as their first donation from the USAID-funded Liberia Agribusiness Development Activity project, the Khodo Farmers’ Cooperative in Zayglay, Nimba has received a farm tractor to boost their farming activities.
Members of the Dokondan Farmers’ Cooperative in Gbendi received a tractor worth over US$50,000 from a USAID-funded project.
The Khodo Farmers Cooperative in Central Nimba has received an 80 kVA generator through the Liberia Agribusiness Development Activity project.
Farmers in Margibi and Montserrado are expected to soon have better access to storage and preservation facilities for their produce, thanks to a USAID-sponsored US$235,000 grant to two agribusinesses.
Barely a week after stakeholders discussed the need to establish legislations to better regulate food in Liberia, draft bills have been prepared and validated.
A group of 57 people at the Gbehlay-Geh Rural Women Multipurpose Cooperative Society received a US$100,000 loan to boost their rice and cassava production on March 1 in Karnplay.
The 2016 Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises Conference was held by the Ministry of Commerce to promote and empower Liberia’s small businesses, with a particular focus on female-owned enterprises. Check out the photos below to see how the conference went.
On Wednesday, leading businesses in the agriculture sector and other stakeholders participated in an event focusing on private sector investment, commercial finance, and sustainable linkages within the agriculture sector.