Monrovia, May 12 – The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Associate Administrator Eric Postel will visit Liberia May 13-16, 2015. His trip, part of a three-country tour that will take him to Guinea and Sierra Leone, will focus on USAID’s development assistance supporting post-Ebola recovery efforts in West Africa.
PRESS STATEMENT: Monrovia, April 17, 2015: The Former Managing Director (MD) of the Liberia Petroleum and Refining Company (LPRC), Mr. T. Nelson Williams expresses shock over the Friday, April 17, 2015 edition of The People's Newspaper captioned; "ELLEN SANCTIONED MISUSED OF JAPANESE OIL MONEY? - T Nelson Williams Reveals".
On Saturday, May 9, Liberia will be declared Ebola free. The Government is grateful to God for His continuous blessings upon our nation. We are also thankful to all of our people for their faith, prayers, support, hard work and perseverance which have made this declaration possible. And we are grateful to our many friends and partners for standing with the Liberian Government and people as well as for their invaluable assistance and support as we, together, fought this deadly disease.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is in Washington DC attending the Spring meeting of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund expected to discuss, among other things, the post-Ebola recovery of West Africa’s most-affected countries – Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone.
April 23, 2015… The National Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force on behalf of the Government of Liberia announces that four (4) additional Liberian girls allegedly trafficked to Lebanon have been repatriated to the country.
New York- The US Congressman, of District 5 , Queens in New York , Gregory Meeks, has lauded President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for what he described as demonstration of courageous leadership which has earned her international accolades. He said the efforts by President Sirleaf'd Administration towards
Monrovia, Thursday, April 23, 2015: The Regional Director of the World Health Organization, Dr. Masthidiso Moeti has attributed Liberia's success in the ongoing Ebola fight to an excellent and strong partnership between the people and the government. Dr. Moeti said the strong reaction shown by the ordinary people in the face of the epidemic and the actions taken by the political leadership have been exemplary and a model for other countries to follow in future outbreak.
West African nations that experienced low or zero incidence of Ebola have already been affected by the Ebola crisis because of their deep connections with the three most affected countries, according to a new UN report released here today.