A waste management company, Hysaa Liberia Inc. has received a grant from UNDP Liberia’s Livelihood and Employment Creation Programme to expand its collection and disposal of plastic waste.
The study will interview several households countrywide to establish how COVID-19 has affected their livelihoods.
This is the first time in the country’s history that the government will formally recognize traditional land ownership.
Farmers say there is lack of transparency and accountability in the management and operation of farmer cooperatives.
The instruments are intended to help Liberia tackle the issue of climate change through a sound adaptation programme.
The assorted supplies of power tillers, motorbikes, and 14.3 metric tons of Nerica seed rice will be used by farmers and for extension services.
The five Liberian businesses have won grants up to US40, 000 dollars each to improve their businesses.

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4.5

Population

64%

Poverty rate

$800

GNI per capita

0.430

Human Dev. Index

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