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ILO Calls for Ratification of Occupational Safety and Health Conventions
Liberia will join the rest of the world today to celebrate World Day for Safety and Health at work under the global theme "Workplace Stress: a Collective Challenge". This day was first celebrated on April 28, 2003 and since that time, the day has been observed to raise awareness on occupational safety and health among trade unions, employers' organizations and government representatives alike. The ILO over the time has acknowledged shared responsibility of stakeholders and encourages them to promote a preventive safety and health culture.
Maximizing Our Water Resources By Creating Jobs
Water as we are aware is an indispensable element of life, without which the universe would be a different place, if not impossible to live. However, despite its preciousness to the existence of mankind, water remains one of the most wasted resources not only in Liberia, but bulk of the world. As a way of understanding and reflecting on the importance of water, the United Nations, more than two decades ago (on May 22, 1993) set aside a special day to be observed as World Water Day.
Fistula on the increase in Liberia  -As over 40 women undergone operation at Phebe Hospital
An Obstetric fistula is at an alarming proportion in Liberia, the head of the Liberia Fistula Project, Dr. John Mulbah has told the INSIGHT. An obstetric fistula is a hole between the vagina and rectum or bladder that is caused by prolonged obstructed labor, leaving a woman incontinent of urine or feces or both.
AFL recruits 'escape' from training
Cogent report reaching the Insight news desk indicates that more than a dozen individuals recruited for enlistment into the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL), have escaped from the AFL training camp in Todee, rural Montserrado County.

The Liberia Telecommunications Authority (LTA) has partially confirmed early reports by the INSIGHT newspaper that the Global Voice Group (GVG), which already has a contract with the LTA is “dubiously” trying to secure another contract with the LTA.
The Ministers of Public Works and Finance will today June 20, 2013 appear before the Legislative Plenary to give reasons why they should not be held in contempt for the deplorable condition of feeder roads across the country.
Liberia’s Peace Ambassador, George M.
A chest memorabilia found in Liberia’s former Executive Mansion on Ashmun Street in Monrovia have been opened to reveal its documentary content.
Bago Dety Hontace, Gboh Alphonse, and Lamy Benel Aubin are all Ivorian refugees living and farming in Bahn Camp, Nimba County, who have benefitted from a vegetable production initiative supported by the Ministry of Agriculture and FAO.
Following years of intensive training and preparation, a platoon of the new Armed Force of Liberia (AFL) will today June 20, 2013 depart the country for Mali on peace keeping mission.
The new Minister of Labor, Cllr.
At least 26 technicians who recently completed a three-month course in survey sector have graduated.
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