UNDP Staff James Monibah (left) and Robert Dorlaie (right) sort out documentations for vehicle with NBC Deputy Director General Nathaniel Bracewell

UNDP Liberia has turned over a Toyota Land Cruiser to the National Bureau of Concession (NBC).

The vehicle, worth over US$30,000 dollars, is to be used for Multi Stakeholder Platforms and concession compliance monitoring.

It is part of a sustainability plan to support the National Bureau of Concessions in monitoring the Multi Stakeholder Platforms and Concession Compliance activities.

With funding from the UN Peacebuilding Fund, UNDP has provided support to the NBC on the project "Strengthening Conflict Prevention through Establishment of Multi-Stakeholder Platforms (MSPs) and Improved Alternative Livelihoods"

Nathaniel Bracewell, NBC Deputy Director General for Concessions received the vehicle on behalf of his institution.

Mr. Bracewell acknowledged the enormous support from UNDP over the years and recently, the MSPs project.

He said the vehicle will be used to ensure that peace prevails within concession areas and among affected communities as his entity strives to sustain the level of peace that has been achieved between MSPs and concession companies.

On his part, James Monibah of the UNDP Governance Programme, urged the entity to use the vehicle for the work of the project and not as a personal asset.


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