Abe Pledges US$83.4m to Sahel Region

Abe Pledges US$83.4m to Sahel Region

(ABIDJAN, COTE D’IVOIRE – Saturday, January 11,...

Africa Cabinet Government Network Elects Liberia

Africa Cabinet Government Network Elects Liberia

(MONROVIA, LIBERIA – February 10, 2014) At...

Armed Forces Day Keynote Address

Armed Forces Day Keynote Address

Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen: This day was set...

Savannah State University Seeks Partnership UL

Savannah State University Seeks Partnership UL

(MONROVIA, LIBERIA – Tuesday, March 4, 2014)...

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My fellow Liberians:

About a year ago, we were invaded by an enemy we did not know and were not prepared to confront. The deadly Ebola Virus Disease caused the deaths of many of our fellow citizens and robbed many more of their livelihoods. It overwhelmed our recovering health care system and threatened to reverse our economic recovery gains. There were terrifying projections of more deaths and the possible collapse of the Liberian State.

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My fellow Liberians: About a year ago, we were invaded by an enemy we did not know and were not prepared to confront.

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President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf says help needed to boost economy

Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf says her government will provide financial help to companies that were affected by the Ebola crisis as part of efforts to restart the country’s stalled economy.