This year, as we all joyously commemorate Armed Forces Day, it is incumbent on every one of us to deeply reflect on the pivotal role of our military and para-military forces in sustaining the democratic gains made thus far, as a nation. Under our administration, the military will be used to play a much broader role in the implementation of our agenda for a better Liberia. A Liberian People’s Party government will not relent in ensuring that our Armed Forces play a pivotal role in the holistic transformation of the country. Moreover, the capacity of the Armed Forces of Liberia to protect and defend the citizenry should not be limited to events of conventional hostilities. Once again, HAPPY ARMED FORCES DAY to the Chief of Staff and our dynamic service men and women of the Armed Forces of Liberia.
New York, USA, 02 February 2023-/African Media Agency(AMA)/ UN agencies have welcomed a pledge by 12 African countries to end AIDS in children by 2030, announced on Wednesday at a meeting in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. “This meeting has given me hope,” said Winnie Byanyima, Executive Director of UNAIDS, the UN agency leading the global fight to end the disease. The outcome of its first ministerial meeting, the Dar-es-Salaam Declaration for Action to end AIDS in Children, was endorsed unanimously. “All of us in our capacities must have a role to play to end AIDS in children,” he said. The post African leaders commit to end AIDS among children by 2030 appeared first on African Media Agency.1 month ago The New Dawn Liberia
Charles H. Gibson has called on mining companies operating in Liberia to immediately abolish the construction of containers residence for workers. Minister Gibson said the Ministry of Labour is concerned about the well-being of workers but beyond safety, their accommodations are something of interest to the Ministry. Gibson indicated that the Ministry of Labour will begin to consider setting benchmarks that restrict the use of containers in these concession areas. “We want to know whether these company workers are Unionized because workers must be protected through the representation of a union. He assured the Minister of WCL of preparedness to remain peaceful and committed to adhering to the laws of Liberia including all Labour regulations.2 months ago The New Dawn Liberia
MILWAUKEE, Oct. 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ “God spared me from getting breast cancer! I am committed to telling the world what God did for me and to help others along the way,” says Dr. Paasewe. “I was admitted to the cancer unit for surgery where I heard patients groan for pain, and there, this song was born: ‘You Are Worthy, Lord! More white women get breast cancer, but more black women die of the disease because they are diagnosed in advanced stages and develop more aggressive breast cancer. Dr. Paasewe is passionate about health and wellness and is inspiring perseverance and self-advocacy despite her pain and multiple constructive surgeries.5 months ago GNN Liberia