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  • U.S. Embassy Highlights Close Bilateral Ties

    U.S. Embassy Highlights Close Bilateral Ties

    Monrovia, July 11 – Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and U.S. Ambassador Deborah Malac highlighted the Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders (YALI) Program and the upcoming U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit as examples of the countries’ close collaboration in remarks at a U.S. Independence Day reception (July 3).

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  • Deputy Secretary Higginbottom meeting with President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and other senior Liberian officials at the Foreign Ministry.

    U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Visits Liberia

    U.S. Deputy Secretary of State for Management and Resources Heather Higginbottom met with Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and her key advisors June 20 during a two-day official visit to Liberia.

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  • First Reward Offers for Terrorists in West Africa

    First Reward Offers for Terrorists in West Africa

    For the first time, the U.S. Department of State's Rewards for Justice program is offering rewards for information on key leaders of terrorist organizations in West Africa:

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  • Meet Liberia’s 15 Washington Fellows!  Congratulations!!

    Meet Liberia’s 15 Washington Fellows! Congratulations!!

    The Washington Fellowship is the new flagship program of President Barack Obama’s Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI).

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  • USAID/Liberia Mission Director John Mark Winfield delivers the keynote address at the June 21 graduation ceremony at the Zorzor Rural Teachers Training Institute (ZRTTI) in Zorzor, Lofa County.

    USAID MD Calling: More women teachers needed

    One hundred and fifty-six graduates were awarded pre-service “C” certificates, qualifying them to teach at the primary school level at a colorful ceremony witnessed by hundreds of people on the campus of the Zorzor Rural Teacher Training Institute (ZRTTI) on June 21.

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  • U.S. Ambassador Calls for Integrated Action
    U.S. Ambassador Calls for Integrated Action

    U.S. Ambassador Deborah Malac has urged participants at a high-level ministerial meeting to analyze how the Liberian government can work with other stakeholders to coordinate its response to a major disaster and to identify how to improve its ability to manage disasters effectively.  

  • U.S. Ambassador Donates New Goat Quarantine Facility to Liberia
    U.S. Ambassador Donates New Goat Quarantine Facility to Liberia

    U.S. Ambassador Deborah Malac has officially handed over a new goat quarantine facility to Liberia’s Central Agricultural Research Institute (CARI) outside Gbarnga, in Bong County. 

  • U.S. Ambassador Launches Farm-to-Market Road Network in Nimba County
    U.S. Ambassador Launches Farm-to-Market Road Network in Nimba County

    Payee, Nimba County – U.S. Ambassador Deborah Malac officially launched construction of a ‘feeder road’ from Bahn-Payee-Zuoplay, calling the groundbreaking ceremony the beginning of a major commitment by the U.S. Government to support farm-to-market road rehabilitation in Liberia.  

  • The U.S. Ambassador Urges Liberians to Get Involved in Agriculture
    The U.S. Ambassador Urges Liberians to Get Involved in Agriculture

    Saniquellie, Nimba County -- U.S. Ambassador Deborah Malac says the U.S. Government is making major investments to support Liberia’s agriculture sector and its agricultural education through the U.S. Agency for International Development’s Food and Enterprise Development program, known as FED.  

  • U.S. and Liberian Officials Begin Pipeline Construction
    U.S. and Liberian Officials Begin Pipeline Construction

    Deborah Malac and USAID’s Global Water Coordinator, Chris Holmes, along with officials from the Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation (LWSC), joined local residents at a ground-breaking ceremony for a new pipeline that will bring clean drinking water to densely-populated areas of Robertsport, Grand Cape Mount County.  

  • U.S. Government Donates US$2.2 Million
    U.S. Government Donates US$2.2 Million

    The U.S. Government has donated US$2.2 million in equipment and facilities, including two pursuit boats, to the Liberian Coast Guard to enable it to better patrol and protect Liberia’s coastal waters.  

  • Civil Society and Media are Key Stakeholders
    Civil Society and Media are Key Stakeholders

    The Mission Director for the U.S. Agency for International Development in Liberia (USAID), John Mark Winfield, says civil society organizations (CSOs) and the media are important actors in the process of nation-building. 

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