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U.S -Based Group Donates To Bomi Institutions

February 4, 2014 0

A United States-based organization, the St. Joseph Food Patronage of New York on Monday donated medical and non-medical items to several institutions in Bomi County. The Chief Executive of the organization, Dr. Michael Abu Jones, […]

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LIBERIA: UL, Indiana University Sign Accord To Collaborate

January 31, 2014 0

The University of Liberia (UL) and the Indiana University Thursday signed an agreement for doctoral student scholarship. Under the Memorandum of Understanding, Indiana University agreed to support one PhD student in Epidemiology to study in […]

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LIBERIA: USAID Delegation Visits IWASH Projects in Bong

January 23, 2014 0

A delegation from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) traveled to Bong County to visit sites of the Improved Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (IWASH) Project on January 14, 2014.  IWASH is funded by […]

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US-based Group Trains 120 In Midwifery, Agriculture

January 21, 2014 0

The United States-based Teach-to-Transform Missionary organization has trained 120 persons in midwifery and agriculture. The 10-day training ended Saturday with the award of certificates to the participants at the ceremony was held at the Praise […]

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Nimbaians In US Soliciting Computers For NCCC

January 20, 2014 0

UPPER DARBY, U.S, Jan 19 (LINA) – An appeal has been made to Nimbaians, philanthropists and other Liberians in the United States to help with instructional materials, new or functional used-computers to furnish the Nimba […]

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LIBERIA: US Envoy Assures Robertsport of Safe Drinking Water

January 17, 2014 0

United States Ambassador Deborah Malac has assured that 90 percent of residents of Robertsport, the provincial capital of  in Grand Cape Mount County, will have access to clean drinking water.  She regretted that many Liberians […]

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