Our Stories

  • Building post-Ebola communities’ resilience for enhance border security
    May 16, 2018

    In response to a complex set of post-Ebola needs, UNDP and its partners rolled out a cross-border project in Sierra Leone, Liberia, Guinea and Cote d’Ivoire.

  • Constitutional Reform increases opportunity to enhance women’s Rights

    Women of Liberia are optimistic that they have a perfect opportunity to make their voices heard when a referendum on constitutional reform is held in 2016 and may most likely strive to clinch at least fifty percent (50%) of the seventy-three seats in the National Legislative come 2017 general and presidential elections.

  • County Service Center Relieves Stress

    The Government of Liberia, through a European Union Grant contribution, is facilitating the actualization of County Service Centers (CSCs) in eight counties.

  • County Service Center Relieves Stress

    The Government of Liberia, through a European Union Grant contribution, is facilitating the actualization of County Service Centers (CSCs) in eight counties.

  • Peace talks in war-torn border town

    With UNDP help, three years of localized tribal conflict came to an end - and the relative amity seems to be holding, after Allasane Quattara, President of Côte d'Ivoire and Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, President of Liberia, as well as elders from the two warring cross-border factions met in Zwedru to discuss reconciliation.

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