On Thursday, December 20, 2018, the Millennium Challenge Account Liberia and Ministry of Gender signed an agreement to strengthen the capacity of the ministry at addressing gender and social inequalities in the country.
Authorities in Bong have put an immediate halt to the pavement of two streets in Gbarnga, the Madam Suakoko Street and Gbarnga Broad Street. The project was being constructed by Sidani Group Holding.
Grand Bassa’s third district lawmaker, Rep. Matthew Joe, has presented his first annual legislative report to residents of his district.
Gbarnga residents have raised concerns about what they say is substandard work being done to pave the Gbarnga Broad Street.
The German government through its international development corporation, GIZ has signed a new agreement with the Ministry of Public Works to provide US$300,000 to finance the maintenance of 41 km of roads small community roads, including a bridge in Monrovia.
Nearly five months since the collapse of the bridge leading to the campus of the Grand Bassa Community College, USAID has conditionally accepted a request to repair the bridge.
The Ministry of Public Works has broken grounds for the construction of a 1.5 km stretch of road leading to the Fairground in Buchanan. The cost of construction is estimated at US$1.2 million.
To address the challenges surrounding road safety in Liberia, the government on Wednesday launched a national road safety action plan to be implemented over a period of 10 years.