‘Police Raid’ At Sime Darby!

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-As ERU Carries Out Random Search It is said that if the scaring of the birds does not end, the banging of the log cannot also end. And so, it was the case early Tuesday morning on March 26, 2019 when officers of the Liberia National Police (LNP) Emergency Response […]

Liberia To Be Food Secured By 2023?

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-As Agriculture Minister, FAO Tour Liberia By Esau J. Farr It is said that a hungry man is an angry man; one flooded stream of river cannot take down the trouser of a wise man twice as once and that if you do what you always did, you will get […]

NaFAA Capacitates ‘Fish Mongers’

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-Conducts Training In Fish Handling And Processing Techniques The Director General of the National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority (NaFAA) has led a day long training of fish mongers into fish handling and processing techniques. Director General Emma Metieh-Glassco and team were seen drilling the fish mongers through different methods of […]

New Agriculture Project To Increase Productivity And Promote Commercialization By Private Sector Investment

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The World Bank Board of Executive Directors has approved an International Development Association (IDA) credit of $25 million for the Smallholder Agriculture Transformation and Agribusiness Revitalization Project (STAR-P) of Liberia. This project will increase agricultural productivity and commercialization of smallholder farmers for selected value chains in Bomi, Grand Cape Mount, […]

Lawmaker To Engage In Mechanized Farming

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In Liberia, agriculture has become the primary source of livelihood for more than 60 percent of the people and provides sustenance for many households who engage in farming.  Representative Vicente Willie of Grand Bassa County However, low agricultural productivity has resulted to the importation of more than 80 percent of […]

FDA MD Questions Community Forest Reform Laws

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-Stresses The Need For Amendment  The Managing Director of the Forestry Development Authority (FDA) has emphasized the need for amendment to some provisions in the country’s community forest reform laws that lack clarity and do not seem to be in tone with present day realities. Mr. C. Mike Doyen minced […]

Seamen Demands Protection

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By Esau J. Farr The Liberian Seamen Union have alarmed over what they described as lack of protection for job that should benefit them in Liberia. The group in a statement to authorities of the National Fisheries and Aquaculture Union of Liberia said it is taken aback that Liberian seamen […]

Criminals Attack Sime Darby Security Again

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It was a sad news for the family of Joseph Gissi and the Sime Darby Plantation when a gang of criminals attacked and wounded him last week. The palm theft has been ongoing for sometimes at the planation with government doing little to protect the investment This time, patrolman Joseph […]

Kesseh Foundation Appeals For Tax Relieve on Farm Tractor

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A nonprofit organization, “Kesseh Foundation INC” is appealing to the Liberian Government to grant tax relieve on its two farm tractors imported into country. Mr. Kesseh Yeleboe, head of the organization told Reporter during a recent visit to his home town that he is finding it very difficult to clear […]

NaFAA To Increase Revenue In Fisheries

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-Begins Establishment of Co-Management Associations The National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority (NaFAA) has begun preparations for the establishment of Collaborative Management Associations (CMAs) in coastal counties across the Country, beginning with Montserrado. The effort is aimed at building stronger partnership with fishing communities, thereby increasing revenue generation in the fisheries […]