Planning and Economic Affairs Minister Amara Konneh is in the United States to address a program for development professionals on Rebuilding Financial Management in Post-conflict Environments in which he will highlight Liberia’s Governance and Economic Management Assistance Program (GEMAP).
The Ministry of Planning and Economic Affairs has launched the Sector Working Groups to accelerate the national visioning exercise. The Ministry is leading the effort to develop a national economic development plan to achieve sustained, rapid and inclusive economic growth in Liberia.
A week long training session to prepare the national team with the knowledge and skill require for driving Liberia’s next visioning process for long term economic growth and development is expected to open at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex Feb. 28.
In continuation of its Ambassadorial Lecture Forum, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Gabriel L. Dennis Foreign Service Institute (FSI) will host a Counselor at the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dr. Mohammed Kazem during its fourth lecture forum on Tuesday, January 25, 2011 at 4: 30 p.m. at the C. Cecil Dennis, Jr. Auditorium.
ECOWAS Ministers of Information and communication at the end of a two-day Ministerial Meeting in Abuja, Nigeria, adopted three important documents intended to widen press freedom and free expression in the sub-region.
The Department of Expenditure and Debt Management of the Ministry of Finance invites Comptrollers of all Ministries and Agencies of Government to a one day workshop on Tuesday, December 21.
In an attempt to create a broader understanding of the Millennium Development Goals or MDGS, the LDLD has organized workshops to be held in local districts and counties in Liberia with MDGs awareness programs.
The TRC process and its report form an important part of Liberia's efforts to account for its past and move towards a future in which the violations that characterized the conflict are not repeated.