Over 500 Youth at Risk, participated in the two-week peace-building training under the Socio-Economic Empowerment of Disadvantaged (SEED) project.
The exercise was designed for on-boarding and Senior Election Commissioners and Managers, supported and funded by UNDP Liberia Elections Basket Fund. .
22 targeted border communities in Nimba, Grand Cape Mount, Maryland and Lofa are to benefit.
This is a Community Action Platform against COVID-19, supported by UNDP with funding from the PBF.
The text books are to be used for the new graduate and under graduate programmes on Environmental Studies.
UNDP Resident Representative in Liberia stresses accountability, transparency and integrity oin assessment of Covid-19 resources.
The supplies are to be used by the Women and Children Protection Section of the Police and SGBV Crimes Units.
The assorted materials are worth over US$ 72,000 and to be used by ICT unit and the data center.
The seven-year project will protect vulnerable coastal communities in Sinoe County from rising sea levels.
The assortment of supplies are to be used in border Counties as part of the fight against COVID-19.