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The Road to Liberia`s Accession to the WTO 2015
On Tuesday, 27 January 2015, Liberia’s Minister of Commerce and Industry, Hon Axel M. Addy led a delegation to the World Trade Organization (WTO) to hold bilateral trade negotiations on the negotiation inputs
Community approaches recommended for Ebola control
The Ebola epidemic: a transformative moment for global health,” the authors recommend implementing community-directed interventions like those developed out of TDR research.
Statement delivered by H. E. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf President of Liberia on the Lifting of the State of Emergency November
My fellow Liberians: Since March of this year, our nation has been stricken by an unprecedented outbreak of the deadly Ebola Virus Disease.
Chinese Government through its Ambassador donates to the World Health Organization for Ebola Affected countries.
A two Million United States Dollars donation made by the Chinese Government through its Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations Office at Geneva.
President Sirleaf Pleads to Countries Worldwide to Join the Fight against the Ebola Virus Disease
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is again pleading to countries around the world to join the fight against the Ebola virus disease.
President Sirleaf Participates in World Bank - IMF High-Level Meeting on Impact of the Ebola Crisis;
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has joined her colleagues, Drs. Alpha Conde of Guinea and Ernest Bai Koroma of Sierra Leone, to outline measures that must be urgently taken to contain the further spread of the deadly Ebola virus
Liberia’s Commerce and Industry Minister Axel Addy said that economic development of Africa was “only a matter of time”
The Public Forum is the WTO's largest annual outreach event. It provides a forum for NGOs, civil society, governments, academia and the private sector to exchange views on issues related to international trade.
Mr. Paul Wolokollie Tate was appointed as Counselor/Chargé d'Affaires (en pied) to Liberia Permanent Mission to UNOG and other world organizations in January, 2014.
Mr. Paul Wolokollie Tate submitted his letter to the Swiss authority in February 2014 and subsequently to the United Nations Office at the same period.