Counties of Liberia

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  • Evolution Of Collaborative Management Of Forest Management

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    This article validates that collaborative approaches to managing forests and other natural resources are the best way forward. 2.6 The impacts of the Civil War on forest management in Liberia The fourteen years of civil war in Liberia results in a class of marginalized young people who currently lack trust in their government or any kind of institutions for that matter (Richards, Archibald, & Bruce et al., 2005). These young people, who make up more than half

  • Margibi County In Monrovia

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    more than 200,000 people, Margibi County is the second-most densely populated county in Liberia. Located in the South Central region of Liberia, it borders Montserrado county, home of nation’s capital of Monrovia. Residents here experience extreme rates of poverty—most without access to essential assets, electricity, running water, or flushable toilets (LISGIS citation). Margibi County residents also experience substantial barriers to accessing healthcare. The Liberia Institute of Statistics and Geo-Information

  • Building A Department Of Natural Resources And Environmental Management

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    department in order to sustain the peace and national development initiatives in post-conflict Liberia. The views of these participants, particularly those from Liberia, will also set the structure of the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management. This data will also be used to determine whether or not it is plausible to establish such a department in Liberia. I will travel to Liberia, Guinea, and/or Tanzania using Guinea’s co-management of forest resources as a case study or Tanzania’s

  • Ebola In Liberia

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    part of Liberia called Lofa near the Guinea border. As these suspected cases were announced by the news, the government along with the House Representatives did not give much attention to the news but instill, informed the citizens that the information was not real and there is no need for people to get penny. Because it has no harm to the lives of the Liberian people. However, as fair overshadow, citizens called on the talked shows asking the government to close the border between Liberia and Guinea

  • Hsci

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    policy, guidelines and standards for implementation of preventive and curative services for TB patients in Liberia. The NTLCP increased the number of health facilities proving leprosy and TB services by 34%, from 200 in 2008 to 268 in 2009. Programs provided microscopes to 25 health facilities for diagnosis and management of TB and leprosy. It also introduced community based treatment in 7 counties, using the community health volunteers to treat and monitor TB patients and commenced surveys to determine

  • The For Conflict Resolution On The Land Use Conflict Between Concessions Companies And Community Members Of The Nimba County

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    Research Objective, Content and Key issues to be resolved 1.2 .1 Research Objective The need for conflict resolution in the land use conflict between concessions companies and community members of the Nimba County in Liberia cannot be over emphasized since the sustainability of most economies is predicated on the availability of natural resource of that country. Concessions companies are established to accomplish their set objectives which includes profit making and for these objectives to be attained

  • Need For Conflict Resolution On The Land Use Conflict Between Concessions Companies And Community Members Of The Nimba County

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    1 Research Objective The need for conflict resolution in the land use conflict between concessions companies and community members of the Nimba County in Liberia cannot be over emphasized since the sustainability of most economies is predicated on the availability of natural resource of that country. Concessions companies are established to accomplish their set objectives which includes profit making and for these objectives to be attained stability and peaceful atmosphere must play a significant

  • Hiv/Aids Pandemic in Liberia

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    Arthur Barclay Business College Stella Maris Polytechnic St. Joseph Campus, Capitol Hill, Monrovia, Liberia Course Title: English 201: Sophomore English I Topic: HIV/AIDS PANDEMIC: “Its Social Ramifications and Impacts on the Liberian Society” Thesis: Perhaps the most life-threatening, incurable but preventive disease to the human race is the HIV/AIDS Pandemic, and the awareness and understanding of its social ramifications and impacts on the Liberian society is paramount. Prepared

  • Liberi Liberia's Deadliest Civil War

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    During 1989-1996 Liberia experienced one of the deadliest civil wars in history, the first phase occurred during Samuel Doe regime. Liberia began with great hope and support from most Liberians. However, the government quickly turned into an oppressive military regime that destroyed the fragile economy. Doe explicitly favored his own Krahn tribe from Grand Gedeh County, as well as the Mandingo, he resisted almost all other ethnic groups, but particularly the Gio and Mano from Nimba County, eventually

  • The Positive And Negative Effects Of The Cold War On Liberia

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    positive and negative effects on Liberia, although they were not directly involved, they were very much impacted from the relationship they had with the United States. Although there were both positive and negative impacts on Liberia from the Cold War, the negative impacts largely outweighed the positive. The Cold War contributed to many positive opportunities for Liberia. Since the first settlers in Liberia were free African-American slaves, the U.S and Liberia had a longstanding relationship.

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