Empowering Women and Girls to Better Prepare, Respond, and Recovery from Impacts of COVID-19 in Liberia and West Africa Mano River Union Basin

The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting everyone, everywhere. Nerveless, the impacts are being felt differently among different groups of people, in most cases, deepening existing inequalities, especially in post conflicts and fragile environments.

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Addressing Needs of Communities through Climate Resilience Agriculture and Ecosystem-Based Adaptation in Liberia

Local communities in Liberia have become prone to the adverse effects of global climate change. Increased in temperature, changes in precipitation patterns, and more frequent extreme proceedings resulting in erratic rainfall pattern, floods and crops failures are already being experienced (NAPA, Liberia, 2008).

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Realizing Agriculture Potentials in Liberia and the Mano River Basin Region

Liberia is recognized as a nation of promise and potential, but often unrealized. Despite an abundance of natural resources, and a relatively small population of approximately 5 million, Liberia is caught in a vicious cycle of poverty and remains one of the most food insecure countries in Africa. This is a heartbreaking irony considering the abundant sources of water, arable land and lush vegetation.

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