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Finance boosts MCSSTA capacity

The Ministry of Finance and Development Planning through the Liberia Macroeconomic Policy Analysis Center (LIMPAC) has donated an assortment of office supplies and equipment to the Monrovia Consolidated School System Teachers Association (MCSSTA).

Making the donation on behalf of Minister Samuel D. Tweah, Jr., LIMPAC Executive Director, Del-Francis Wreh expressed Minister Tweah’s gratitude to the leadership of the Monrovia Consolidated School System Teachers Association for their dedicated commitment to ensuring the students across the MCSS are properly trained despite the challenges within Liberia.  

Director Wreh also thanked the leadership of the MCSSTA for their cordial working relationship with the Administration of the MCSS  and also their frank and open engagement with Government of Liberia for resolving problems for teachers and students within the system.

The donation which costs over 3,000 United States Dollars includes an i6 Lenovo laptop, a printer, printer cartridges, several reams of sheets, markers, and a whiteboard, among others, representing initial donation and support from LIMPAC to the MCSSTA. 

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The LIMPAC Executive Director also promised that in addition to the donation of the materials, LIMPAC as the version of Minister Tweah will collaborate with MCSSTA in the area of capacity building for teachers, especially training in data analysis using Microsoft Excel, and other data analysis software. 

Receiving the donation, the President of the Monrovia Consolidated School System Teachers Association (MCSSTA), Augustine N. Nyormui thanked the Government through the Minister of Finance for identifying with MCSSTA and supplying the critical materials that the MCSSTA actually needed. 

He also expressed appreciation to the Administration of MCSS for the cordiality and promised to remain engaged with MCSS administration and the Government of Liberia.–Press release

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