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  • First Batch of Peace Corps Response Volunteers Sworn in After Ebola

    First Batch of Peace Corps Response Volunteers Sworn in After Ebola

    U.S. Ambassador Deborah Malac has sworn in the first batch of five Peace Corps Response Volunteers who returned to the country after Liberia was declared Ebola free by the World Health Organization on May 9, 2015.

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  • 48th Chemical Brigade Ends its Mission in Liberia

    48th Chemical Brigade Ends its Mission in Liberia

    The 48th Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear (CBRN) Brigade has cased its colors to signify the end of its participation in Operation United Assistance (OUA)-TAC. OUA was part of the overall ‘whole of U.S. Government’ response to assist Liberia in getting rid of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD).

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  • U.S. CDC Downgrades Ebola Travel Notice in Liberia

    U.S. CDC Downgrades Ebola Travel Notice in Liberia

    On May 4, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta downgraded its travel alert from a Level 3 (Avoid Nonessential Travel) to a Level 2 (Practice Enhanced Precautions) for Liberia. Currently, there are no known cases of Ebola in Liberia.

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  • U.S. Ambassador Visits Villagers and U.S. Government-Sponsored Projects

    U.S. Ambassador Visits Villagers and U.S. Government-Sponsored Projects

    U.S. Ambassador Deborah Malac met with hundreds of Liberian officials, university administrators, high school faculty, students and beneficiaries of U.S.-funded health, education and small business projects during a week-long road trip through Southeastern and Central Liberia.

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    President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden, back right, meets with, from left, Sierra Leone President Ernest Bai Koroma, Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, and Guinean President Alpha Condé, in the Cabinet Room of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, April 15, 2015, to discuss progress made in the international Ebola response. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

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  • U.S. Ambassador Deborah R. Malac Applauds Mandela Washington Fellowship – Liberia
    U.S. Ambassador Deborah R. Malac Applauds Mandela Washington Fellowship – Liberia

    U.S. Ambassador Deborah R. Malac has applauded the works of alumni of the 2014 Mandela Washington Fellowship – Liberia. 

  • DCM Sheila Paskman Urges Continued Practice Of Preventive Ebola Measures
    DCM Sheila Paskman Urges Continued Practice Of Preventive Ebola Measures

    U.S. Deputy Chief of Mission Sheila Paskman has called on Liberian students to continue to carry out the protective measures that they have been practicing until the entire West African region is free of Ebola. 

  • U.S. Ambassador Helps Celebrate International Women’s Day
    U.S. Ambassador Helps Celebrate International Women’s Day

    U.S. Ambassador Deborah Malac was among several speakers who participated in the African Women’s Entrepreneurship Program Liberia (AWEP-L’s) commemoration of International Women’s Day (IWD) in Tappita, Nimba County.  

  • DCM Sheila Paskman Urges Journalists To Be More Professional
    DCM Sheila Paskman Urges Journalists To Be More Professional

    U.S. Deputy Chief of Mission Sheila Paskman has urged Liberian journalists to practice more responsible journalism, and she underscored the need for them to help build a strong democratic society through the dissemination of accurate and reliable information to the public.  

  • U.S. and Liberian Officials Commission New Water Pipeline System for Robertsport
    U.S. and Liberian Officials Commission New Water Pipeline System for Robertsport

    U.S. Ambassador Deborah Malac and Vice President of Liberia Joseph Boakai cut the ribbon to one four water kiosks funded by USAID through its Liberia Municipal Water Project (LMWP) in Robertsport, Grand Cape Mount County. The extension of the water system means that another 200 households and over 1,000 people will have easy access to piped potable water in Robertsport, Grand Cape Mount County.  

  • 48th Chemical Brigade Assumes Command of Operation United Assistance
    48th Chemical Brigade Assumes Command of Operation United Assistance

    Soldiers of the 48th Chemical Brigade uncase the unit’s colors as the Brigade took command of Operation United Assistance from the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault).  

  • U.S.-Liberia Relationship
    U.S.-Liberia Relationship

    The U.S.-Liberia relationship dates back nearly 200 years and is stronger than ever as we continue working together to get to zero Ebola cases. Liberia, under the leadership of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, has emerged from over a decade of war to be a key champion of democracy, peace, and development. The U.S. is Liberia’s leading partner, having invested over $1 billion in bilateral assistance since 2003. 

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