QATAR GOVT. MAKING PLANS TO FINANCE LOFA ROAD CONSTRUCTION IN LIBERIA

QATAR GOVT. MAKING PLANS TO FINANCE LOFA ROAD CONSTRUCTION IN LIBERIA

As part of efforts to curtail the mountainous constraints confronting the over 300,000 residents in northern Liberia due to bad road conditions, the Emir of the Gulf state, in Qatar, Tamin Bin Hamad Al Thani, has committed to providing additional funding for the second phase of pavement of the Gbarnga-Mendikorma

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ROAD CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN FOR BALI ISLAND ACCESS IN LIBERIA

ROAD CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN FOR BALI ISLAND ACCESS IN LIBERIA

The access road corridor from Battery Factory to Bali Island in Central Monrovia has commenced, Public Works Minister Ruth-Coker-Collins.

The Works Minister and engineers from the Ministry toured the road. The 3.34-kilometers road when completed will give immediate access for the subsequent construction of the Bali Island project. It will

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TURKISH MINING COMPANY TO OPEN US$75K CLINIC IN LIBERIA

TURKISH MINING COMPANY TO OPEN US$75K CLINIC IN LIBERIA

The Management of Turkish Mining Company, MNG Gold, says all is now set for the opening of a clinic for the people of Kokoyah Statutory District.

The cost of the clinic, located in David Dean Town in Kokoyah District, is out at more than US$75,000.

According to the Public Relations

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LIBERIAN SENATE CALLS FOR MORE INQUIRY INTO THE SLOW CONSTRUCTION OF RIA ROAD PROJECT

LIBERIAN SENATE CALLS FOR MORE INQUIRY INTO THE SLOW CONSTRUCTION OF RIA ROAD PROJECT

The Plenary of the Liberian Senate has cited authorities at the Ministries of Finance and Development Planning, Public Works, Mines and Energy, Natural Resources & Environment as well as the National Road Fund.

The various institutions are to appear before the Committee of a Whole on Thursday, 10 November 2022

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WORKS MINISTER PLEDGES TO COMPLETE ROAD REHABILITATION BEFORE PRESIDENT WEAH FIRST TERM

WORKS MINISTER PLEDGES TO COMPLETE ROAD REHABILITATION BEFORE PRESIDENT WEAH FIRST TERM

The Minister of Public Works, Ruth Coker Collins, pledges to complete the rehabilitation of roads in the country before the end of President Goerge Weah’s first term.

Minister Collins underscores that the completion of roads already earmarked is strategic and crucial for the pending National Housing and Population Census and

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PRESIDENT WEAH DEDICATES FIRST-EVER MEDICAL OXYGEN PLANT IN LIBERIA

PRESIDENT WEAH DEDICATES FIRST-EVER MEDICAL OXYGEN PLANT IN LIBERIA

President George Manneh Weah and his administration have made yet another first-time development record as he dedicates Liberia’s first-ever Medical Oxygen Plant, a pioneering achievement towards building a more robust, responsive, and resilient health sector in the country.

In its 175 years of existence, Liberia is celebrating the inauguration of

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LIBERIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION COMMENCES CONSTRUCTION OF U.S$1.5M MODERN HIGH SCHOOL

LIBERIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION COMMENCES CONSTRUCTION OF U.S$1.5M MODERN HIGH SCHOOL

The Ministry of Education’s Improving Results in Secondary Education (IRISE) Project with funding from the World Bank has turnover ten acres of land to a Liberian-owned JLN incorporated construction firm for the construction of a US$1.5 million state-of-the-act senior secondary school in Kakata.

IRISE Project in Liberia at the turning-over

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GVL REHABILITATE MODERN SCHOOL IN GRAND KRU COUNTY LIBERIA

GVL REHABILITATE MODERN SCHOOL IN GRAND KRU COUNTY LIBERIA

As part of its commitment to support education in its operational areas in southeastern Liberia, Golden Verogvlleum (Liberia) GVL Inc. has constructed and dedicated a modern elementary school for more than 250 students in Trembo Gbanken Community and its surroundings in Grand Kru County.

GVL says the seven (7) classroom

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LIBERIA WORK MINISTER REVIEWING PERFORMANCE OF CONTRACTORS AHEAD OF DRY SEASON

LIBERIA WORK MINISTER REVIEWING PERFORMANCE OF CONTRACTORS AHEAD OF DRY SEASON

Ahead of the dry season, the Government of Liberia through the Ministry of Public Works has held a roundtable with scores of contractors, aimed at reviewing performances on major roads across the country.

Speaking to reporters, Public Works Minister Ruth Coker Collins, the forum was to inform contractors about new

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CONSTRUCTION OF ARTIFICIAL TURF ARE BEEN DISCUSSED IN LIBERIA

CONSTRUCTION OF ARTIFICIAL TURF ARE BEEN DISCUSSED IN LIBERIA

A three-member Liberian delegation including the President of the Liberia Football Association Mustapha Raji, Vice President Adolphus Dolo, and Deputy Sports Minister G. Andy Quamie have returned to the Country following what they described as a fruitful and rewarding trip for the sector and the sporting populace in general.

Speaking

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MINING COMPANY APPROVED FUNDS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF SEVERAL PROJECT IN LIBERIA

MINING COMPANY APPROVED FUNDS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF SEVERAL PROJECT IN LIBERIA

Following discussions held between Bea Mountain Mining Company and Laar Clan, in Cape Mount County, the company has approved several projects in three communities in the clan totaling US$69,400(sixty-nine thousand four hundred united states dollars).

The amount is part of the Clan Development Fund of US$150,000(One hundred and fifty thousand

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DWI CONCERN OVER CONSTRUCTION OF RIA HIGHWAY IN LIBERIA

DWI CONCERN OVER CONSTRUCTION OF RIA HIGHWAY IN LIBERIA

Democracy Watch Initiative (DWI), a partner organization to the Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA), has expressed concern over the latest criticisms that have characterized the ongoing road construction works of the 45km 4-lane RIA highway.

The group said even though construction works have since started with significant progress

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ARCELORMITTAL LIBERIA BREAK GROUNDS FOR TWO PROJECTS CONSTRUCTION IN YEKEPA

ARCELORMITTAL LIBERIA BREAK GROUNDS FOR TWO PROJECTS CONSTRUCTION IN YEKEPA

ArcelorMittal Liberia (AML) has broken grounds for the construction of a community town hall and football pitch in Camp-four Township, Yekepa. The combined estimated value of both projects is US$100,000.

It was a joyous moment for scores of community leaders and the township commissioner as well as District 3 Representative,

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RIA ROAD PROJECT STALLED DUE TO HEAVY RAIN IN LIBERIA

RIA ROAD PROJECT STALLED DUE TO HEAVY RAIN IN LIBERIA

Heavy rain has reportedly stalled the Roberts International Airport (RIA) road project, Public Works Minister, Ruth Coker-Collins, has disclosed.

Minister Collins said the slow pace of the project is due to Climate Change, characterized by heavy downpours, thus making it difficult for engineers to work.

Speaking on a live radio

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OFFICIAL UNVIELED NEWLY CONSTRUCTED HEALTH FACILITY IN LIBERIA

OFFICIAL UNVIELED NEWLY CONSTRUCTED HEALTH FACILITY IN LIBERIA

Representative Tibelrosa Summoh Tarponweh of Margibi Electoral District One has officially opened for use a newly constructed clinic within the Garzon Reserve in Firestone, Lower Margibi County.

The construction of the health facility was funded by the China Union Social Development Fund and the Margibi District one Lawmaker, especially financing

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MARYLAND COUNTY DEDICATES TWO PROJECTS IN LIBERIA

MARYLAND COUNTY DEDICATES TWO PROJECTS IN LIBERIA

Maryland County Superintendent George Prowd has dedicated two newly completed county development-funded projects in Karluway and Barrobo districts, respectively.

The dedicatory ceremony over the weekend brought together local authorities headed by Superintendent Prowd, Assistant Superintendent for Development, Robin Scott; projects management committee chair, Lawrence Kyen; statutory district superintendents, and district

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LRRRC SAYS HOUSING UNIT NEARING COMPLETION IN LIBERIA

LRRRC SAYS HOUSING UNIT NEARING COMPLETION IN LIBERIA

The Liberia Refugee Repatriation and Resettlement Commission (LRRRC) has assured Liberian returnees from Ghana and other African countries of the government’s unflinching support in providing them with suitable homes upon arrival back home.

Since the end of the civil war here, Liberians, who sought refuge in neighboring countries have been

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GERMAN INVESTOR TO BUILD ECO BEACH RESORT WORTH U.S.$5M IN LIBERIA

GERMAN INVESTOR TO BUILD ECO BEACH RESORT WORTH U.S.$5M IN LIBERIA

A group of German Investors is poised, to shift the tourism industry in Liberia, for the first time in 175 years, by constructing ecovillages, in Little Bassa, Grand Bassa County, to lure thousands of tourists, and visitors, residents, and citizens of Liberia.

Liberia, Africa’s first constitutional Republic that declared independence

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BRIDGE CONNECTING CLAY-ASHLAND CUT-OFF IN LIBERIA

BRIDGE CONNECTING CLAY-ASHLAND CUT-OFF IN LIBERIA

The bridge connecting Clay – Ashland to other townships in Montserrado County has been cut off, impeding the movement of people in the area.

Bad road conditions in addition to the collapse of the bridge make the situation worse for residents of the area. Normal economic activities have slowed and

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LIBERIA PRESIDENT DEDICATE DIFFERENT PROJECT IN NIMBI COUNTY

LIBERIA PRESIDENT DEDICATE DIFFERENT PROJECT IN NIMBI COUNTY

The President of the Republic, H.E. Dr. George Manneh Weah, Saturday, dedicated several development projects in Margibi and Nimba Counties ahead of his administration’s three-day Retreat in Ganta, Nimbi County.

While en route to Ganta along with a throng of cabinet members, this year’s first retreat aimed at repositioning the

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