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The United States Provides One Million Dollars in Assistance to Liberia to Respond to COVID-19
June 19, 2020

The United States Government has committed $1,000,000 in health funds to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in Liberia.

The United States Helps Liberia Ensure the Accuracy of COVID-19 Testing
June 19, 2020

The United States has donated 1,200 Viral Test Medium to help Liberia respond to the COVID-19 outbreak in the country.  The Medium will be used to store and transport COVID-19 test samples so that they are not contaminated.  This significantly increases the chance of recovering the COVID-19 Virus if it is present in the samples, thereby helping to ensure the accuracy of COVID testing.

USAID Liberia Mission Director Hails Efforts Against Human Trafficking, While Highlighting Scourge of Child Labor
June 19, 2020

USAID Liberia Mission Director, Sara Walter, has hailed national efforts to investigate and bring an end to human trafficking in Liberia.   Speaking yesterday at a program in Monrovia to mark the Day of the African Child, Mission Director Walter said, “Over the past year, there has been an increase in the number of investigations of human trafficking and the number of child victims identified.”  She attributed the increased investigations to the strong partnership between the Governments of Liberia and the United States to fight trafficking in persons, especially child trafficking.  Despite

USAID Donates Non-Medical and Assorted Anti-Coronavirus Materials to Government of Liberia
June 19, 2020

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has donated a consignment of rain gears and assorted anti-coronavirus supplies to the Government of Liberia (GOL).

September 11, 2019

The Ganta - Gbarnga Grid Extension Activity is a 33kV medium voltage distribution line extension from the West Africa Power Pool grid in Ganta, Nimba County to Gbarnga and eh Suakoko area of  Bong County. The activity will construct 77.82 km of 33 kV and 25.5 km 19 kV medium voltage distribution lines from Ganta to Gbarnga and 10 km of low voltage distribution lines within Gbarnga City. The goal is to provide electricity to 2,700 households and key institutions, such as the Central Agricultural Institute, Phebe Hospital and Cuttington University that have anchored the economies of this area for decades.


Last updated: August 05, 2020

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