In Margibi, Bassa, Lofa Counties, Gospel Train International Inc. Dedicates Several Hand Pumps, Distribute Seed RiceWednesday, 28 July 2021 04:51 Written by Correspondent/PADS
MARGIBI COUNTY, LIBERIA -The international US-Liberian based charity, Gospel Train International Incorporated, has constructed and dedicated 6 modern Hand Pumps valued nearly twenty-six thousand United States Dollars, in Margibi and Grand Bassa Counties and also distributed Seed Rice to nearly forty thousand farmers in Lofa and Margibi Counties.
MONROVIA, LIBERIA -In continuation of his humanitarian gesture to the Liberian society through the provision of cooked food, India Consulate General emeritus to Liberia, who is generally referred to as Jetty, on Independence Day, Monday, July 26, 2021 reached out to several prisoners at the Monrovia Central Prison(MCP) as well “zoegos” across Monrovia and its environs.
MONROVIA, LIBERIA -In a bid to give the city of Monrovia and adjacent cities facelift ahead of the festive Independence Day, the Monrovia City Corporation (MCC) under the stewardship of its Mayor, Mr. Jefferson Tamba Koijee continue its newly launched operation aimed at cleaning the city of Paynesville.
BOMI COUNTY, LIBERIA -A United States based humanitarian organization, under the banner “Varney Taylor Foundation”, has identified with patients at three major hospitals in Bomi, Grand Cape Mount and Gbarpolu Counties.
LOFA COUNTY, LIBERIA -Several persons have been adjudged guilty by the Zorzor District Magisterial Court of stealing several solar panel lights in Fissibu, Lofa County.
GRAND GEDEH COUNTY, LIBERIA -The Geographical Mapping Supervisor has called for the protection of Geographical Mappers who are currently in Konobo Administrative District in Grand Gedeh County.
MONROVIA, LIBERIA -More than 800 residents in the Maryland Center, Dabwe Town and adjacent communities in Montserrado County at the weekend benefited from a charitable donation from former United Soccer Ambassador Football Club (USA FC) star.
MONROVIA, LIBERIA -Seems bothered by a 2015 ‘Habitat for Humanity’ report suggesting that 1.6 billion people globally, lack access to adequate or decent housing, National Port Authority(NPA) Managing Director, Bill Twehway, has taken giant steps towards addressing this challenge in his country, Liberia. This year, the Liberian leader Dr. George Manneh Weah, dedicated nearly 30 ‘pro-poor’ housing units, built by Mr. Twehway in Cee town, his birth place, for residents on a free-of-charge basis.