The coordinator of the Grand Bassa County Service Center, Mac Willie, says the service center has not issued birth certificates for almost a year due to damaged equipment.
The National Elections Commission or NEC will today climax a two-day awareness and civic education on the Liberian elections law. The exercise began on Tuesday in Buchanan and is part of the ongoing election reform process with support from UNDP.
Equal pay is a recognized human rights issue by the United Nations, whose Sustainable Development Goals call for equal pay for equal work. However, women currently make 77 percent of what men make on average.
The National Elections Commission has provided training in dispute resolution for its 19 elections magistrates ahead of the special senatorial election, expected to take place in October next year.
Mulugeta Abebe, the United Nations Development Programme’s deputy country director for operations in Liberia, says the agency will continue to be a key and reliable partner to the government.
The entrepreneurs include Berlyn Sanusie, Daniel Johnson, Gabriel Zargo, Gonda Wamah, Jr., James Tarnue, Jr., Michaelyn George, Moses Davies and Saah Hendrix Johnson.
In an effort to strengthen the justice system of Liberia, the Association of Female Lawyers of Liberia has launched a new legal aid clinic in Grand Bassa.
Following a nationwide nomination and sorting by a panel of selected judges, five finalists have been qualified to compete for this year’s Integrity Idol Awards. The program recognizes and celebrates the most honest public and civil servants in Liberia.