A Livelihood Project led by the Ministry of Commerce & supported by UNDP Liberia and its Partners provides short-term employment for vulnerable groups.
Since the end of the civil war in 2003, Liberia has transitioned into a peaceful and stable nation that has set out to rebuild State institutions.
Sergeant Patience Dorsla, was among 29 women officers selected from the Liberia National Police to attend a gender equity training that changed her career path.
The new batch of over two hundred immigration officers will now form part of an improved security system as professional duty bearers.
The youth Eco-brigades will support waste management, natural resource management and environmental monitoring activities, while benefiting from business training.
The NDC outlines a national system for measurement, reporting, and verification (MRV) for mitigation actions and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) for adaptation actions.
Ireland’s support to this Project (LESP) will focus on strengthening inclusion and transparency of the electoral process.

Take action

 

Join us

Join us

Interested in working for UNDP in Liberia? Check out our job opportunities in the country.

Connect

Connect

Talk to us and help us advocate for change.

Shop

Shop UNDP

Think globally, shop virtually. Wear your support on your sleeve with a new t-shirt, grocery bag or other UNDP-themed gear.

About Liberia

Learn more

4.5

Population

64%

Poverty rate

$800

GNI per capita

0.430

Human Dev. Index

Learn more

UNDP Around the world

You are at UNDP Liberia 
Go to UNDP Global