It is a UNDP-supported project that is expected to benefit 250,000 people battling coastal erosion.
Despite the relatively small population of Liberia, poverty and inequality are major issues.
Between 1-12 November, the UK will welcome the world to Glasgow for the 26th UN Climate Change Conference, COP26.
This is a A Livelihood Project led by the Ministry of Commerce & supported by UNDP Liberia and its Partners that provides short-term employment for vulnerable groups.
These traditional mechanisms are are not designed to deliver justice for the large-scale human rights violations and atrocities that characterized Liberia’s civil wars.
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, Deputy Chief Officer responsible for combatting domestic violence in the Women and Children Protection Section of the Liberia National Police (LNP).

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