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U.S. Government and Ministry of Education Launch Project to Reach Out-of-School Children

(Monrovia, August 29) – The United States Government through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Ministry of Education (MoE) on Monday, August 28 launched the Accelerated Quality Education for Liberian Children (AQE) project. The project will provide quality basic education to out- of- school children in Liberia between ages 8-15. The new ...
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54 Two-Year Peace Corps Volunteers Take Up Assignments in 13 Counties

(Monrovia, August 18, 2017) – Today, Peace Corps is swearing in 54 new Peace Corps Volunteers who will serve two-year tours.  These Volunteers will be placed at public junior high and high schools in 13 counties. On August 22, another group of 19 Volunteers will arrive.  The group will be comprised of 13 educators who ...
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Ambassador Elder Promotes Peaceful Elections and Civic Participation

On Monday, July 31st,NAYMOTE launched the fourth semester of its Young Political Leaders School. U.S. Ambassador Christine Elder was proud to serve as a keynote speaker, along with SRSG Farid Zarif of UNMIL. In her remarks, she urged, “As the week goes on, don’t forget to seek to understand what you have in common, and ...
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Remarks by Dr. Thomas E. Price, U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services, at Press Conference

For Immediate Release Remarks by Dr. Thomas E. Price, U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services, at Joint Press Conference with Liberia’s Minister of Health Dr. Bernice Dahn VIP Lounge, Roberts International Airport; May 17, 2017 (As prepared, not as delivered) Hello, I’m Dr. Tom Price, and I have the honor of serving as the Secretary ...
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U.S. Embassy Officials to Meet with Presidential Aspirants

(Monrovia, May 5, 2017) — We congratulate the Government and people of Liberia for their vibrant democracy and their successful voter registration process.  We are initiating a series of private discussions with presidential aspirants of political parties who wish to engage with the U.S. Embassy.  The first dialogue took place today with Cllr. Dr. Jallah ...
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