President Sirleaf Receives Vice President of ECOWAS Commission - Edward Singhatey

Tuesday, 29th August 2017
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has received in audience the Vice President of ECOWAS Commission.

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Monday, 23rd April 2007
The Government of Liberia in cooperation with major ICT stakeholders is currently hosting Liberiaís premier ICT forum, showcasing Information Technology in the new Liberia. The forum which seeks to raise awareness of Information Technology within Liberia, launch the National ICT Policy document, explore options of developing a nationwide ICT infrastructure, explore e-government solutions to support the administrationís Poverty Reduction Strategy, encourage the free flow of ideas of strengthening Liberiaís ICT sector, among others, runs from April 23 to April 27, 2007. Browse Album

 

Monday, 16th April 2007
On Wednesday April 11, 2007, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf left Monrovia for a tour of South-Eastern Liberia. The President's visit was intended to identify with the plight of Liberians living in that part of the country. Browse this photo album to view highlights of the President's visit to the South-East. Browse Album

 

Saturday, 7th April 2007
President Ellen Johnson visited the infamous Belle Yella Prison in the Belle District, Gbarpolu County on Saturday April 7, 2007. Scenes of that visit are highlighted in this photo gallery. Browse Album

 

Friday, 6th April 2007
President Sirleaf Made a series of visits around Monrovia on Friday April 6, 2007. Scenes from that visit are highlighted in this photo album. Browse Album

 

Wednesday, 4th April 2007
On Wednesday April 4, 2007, the University of Liberia held its 86th Commencment Convocation. US Ambassador Donald E. Booth delivered the Convocation Address. Scenes from that occasion are highlighted in this photo gallery. Browse Album

 

Wednesday, 28th March 2007
On Sunday March 25, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf left Liberia for Canada, at the invitation of the Canadian Government. This photo gallery highlights scenes from that visit. Browse Album

 

Thursday, 8th March 2007
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf paid a two-day official visit to Spain on March 6, 2007. Scenes from that visit are highlighted in this photo album. Browse Album

 

Wednesday, 21st February 2007
On Tuesday February 20, 2007, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf departed Liberia for a five day official visit to Rwanda. Scenes of that visit are highlighted in this photo gallery. Browse Album

 

Monday, 12th February 2007
On February 9, 2007, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf left Liberia for Washington D.C. to participate in the pending partnership forum on Liberia expected to be held from February 13 to the 14, followed by the private sector forum. This gallery highlights scenes from the conference. Browse Album

 

Thursday, 8th February 2007
On Thursday February 8, 2007, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf launched an exercise aimed at ridding the Soniewhien Community of garbage. The exercise is also being used as an opportunity to create employment for local residents of the community through the Liberia Emergency Employment Program (LEEP), spearheaded by the Ministry of Labor. Browse Album

 

Saturday, 3rd February 2007
On Saturday February 3, 2007, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf visited Ganta and a number of other towns in Nimba County. During the tour, a number of projects were dedicated, and grounds broken for new ones. American philanthropist and billionaire George Soros, and Queen Noor of Jordan accompanied President Sirleaf to Nimba County. Scenes of that visit are highlighted in this gallery. Browse Album

 

Thursday, 1st February 2007
On Thursday February 1, 2007, His Excellency Hu Jintao, President of the People's Republic of China paid one-day visit to Liberia. Scenes of that visit are highlighted in this photo gallery. Browse Album

 

Monday, 29th January 2007
"I promised that with Godís help and guidance, I would lead a nation in which we all will put our best efforts and creative energies to work to fulfill our individual and collective expectations. I can say boldly that in just one year, we have made an important beginning even in the face of monumental challenges. That was to be expected. Our national resolve was tested Ė that was a normal consequence. But, we have prevailed. We have registered many successes." --Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, 2006 Annual Message. Browse Album

 

Tuesday, 16th January 2007
January 16, 2007 marked the one year anniversary of the administration of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. The anniversary was observed with the holding of an intercessory service at the First United Methodist Church in Monrovia, climaxed with a cultural jamboree at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium. This photo album highlights activities of the anniversary celebration. Browse Album

 

Sunday, 24th December 2006
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf observed this year's Christmas by visiting a number of individuals and institutions. Some of the institutions visited included orphanages, hospitals, churches, and church-run institutions. Browse Album

 

 

 

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