Agric Power Africa, a nongovernmental organization, has launched a five-year agriculture project to invest in Liberia.
The Liberia Agency for Community Empowerment has paid subsidies to over 250 Grand Bassa youth who participated in the first phase of the Liberia Youth Opportunity Project.
Subsistence farmers in Grand Bassa are calling for more support from the government and international partners to boost their businesses and reduce poverty in rural areas.
A female Liberian agriculturist, Zobo Luther, has underscored the need for increased citizens’ involvement in agriculture, if Liberia is to become self-sustainable in food production.
Travelers arriving at the Roberts International Airports often face unnecessary hassles and procedures lacking transparency from airport screeners
As a country that missed out on achieving Goal 2 of the Millennium Development Goals: Reducing hunger by half by 2015, the road to achieving Zero Hunger by 2030 might prove a bumpy one for Africa’s oldest republic.
The Liberia Agricultural Commodity and Regulatory Authority has announced that is has begun reopening government farms across the country.
In Harper, almost all aspects of the economy are dominated by Liberia’s neighbor, Ivory Coast, according to interviews with local trade groups in the city.