The Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism (MICAT) is charged with the statutory responsibility of disseminating information about the government of Liberia; promoting government's programs and policies; developing the tourism sector of the country as well as protecting and showcasing the culture and heritage of Liberia.
The Ministry of Information was created by an Act of the National Legislature in 1965 to serve as the official information arm of the Government of Liberia. MICAT promotes Cultural and Tourism activities through institutions such as the National Museum, which is the custodian of Historical Artifacts, as well as Cultural Villages and the historic Providence Island.
Meet the officials at MICAT
Lewis G. Brown, II, MINISTER
Deputy and Assistant Ministers
Norris Tweah, Dep. Administration
Isaac Jackson, Dep. Public Affairs
Elizabeth E. Hoff, Dep. Culture & Tourism
Robert M. Kpadeh, Dep. Technical
Patrick Worzie, Asst. Admin
Louise McMallian, Asst. Culture
Lynn George Cassell, Asst. Tourism
Ricxk Gbarsegiah, Asst. Technical
Albert Jaja, Asst. Information Services