President Weah receives Letter of Credence from the Ambassador of the Gambia His Excellency Alieu K Jammeh

Wednesday, 18th May 2022
President Weah receives Letter of Credence from the Ambassador of the Gambia His Excellency Alieu K Jammeh

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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 God’s 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 – 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


Saturday, 9th December 2006
"Taking the government to the people" and decentralization are principles that President Sirleaf strongly believes in. Within the past year, she has made extensive visits to various parts of the country, and has freely interacted with the local dwellers to understand their plight at first hand. Policy areas highlighted during the President's visits to the counties include education, road construction, agriculture, local markets, and the 100 Community Development Project Initiatives. Browse Album


Tuesday, 21st November 2006
The Ministry of Youth and Sports in collaboration with the Liberia Football Association organized an inter-ministerial soccer tournament in November, 2006. President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf took part in one of the matches played by the Ministry of State. This photo album highlights scenes from that tournament. Browse Album


Saturday, 18th November 2006
"In a similar quest for economic renewal, we start on the premise that we are a wealthy people. Our nation is blessed with an endowment rich in natural and human resources. Yet, our economy has collapsed due to the several civil conflicts and economic mismanagement by successive governments. The task of reconstructing our devastated economy is awesome, for which there will be no quick fix."--Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Browse Album


Thursday, 21st September 2006
This collection includes general photos of the activities of Vice President Joseph N. Boakai. Browse Album


Tuesday, 25th July 2006
The restoration of infrastructure and basic services is a key priority, especially for a nation that has been brought to its knees as a result of years of war and destruction. This gallery highlights the efforts being made by the Government of Liberia to restore these services to a population that needs them so badly. Browse Album


Monday, 24th July 2006
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Wednesday, 28th June 2006
Since the Inauguration of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on January 16 2006, the Government has hosted a number of foreign dignatories. This photo album highlights these visits and some of the events the dignatories took part in while they were in Liberia. Browse Album


Monday, 16th January 2006
Amid high expectations for a better future and good governance, Liberia has entered a new era as Ellen Johnson Sirleaf took the Presidential oath as the country’s first elected female Head of State in mid-January and vowed to take the war-ravaged nation to greater heights. Browse Album




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