Liberia continues to consolidate its democratic gains and rebuild its war-torn economy. Since the end of the Liberian Civil War in 2003, the country has held three national elections generally perceived as free and fair. It has also taken on the difficult task of rebuilding its economy, and strengthening its educational and health care delivery systems. The 2014-2015 Ebola Virus Disease outbreak drained the Government of vitally needed resources, slowed economic growth, and delayed key development projects. The worldwide response led by the United States helped bring the worst of the outbreak under control. Our work helps build confidence in public governance, brings reforms to key institutions and fosters measurable improvements in the lives of average Liberians.