Liberia ii Liberians returning home to a destroyed village near Kly Junction. © Clive Shirley " The TRC is important because 15 years of war destroyed the country, 10 per cent of the population died, the economy collapsed, it turned Liberia into a failed and criminalized state.
1 LIBERIA National Transitional Government of Liberia United Nations / World Bank Joint Needs Assessment February 2004
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Liberia: 2011 Sixth Review Under the Three-Year Arrangement Under the Extended Credit Facility, Request for Extension of the Arrangement, and Augmentation of Access--Staff Report; Staff Supplement; Press Release on the Executive Board Discussion; and Statement by the Executive Director for ...
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Liberia: Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper--Second Annual Progress Report, 2009–10; IMF Country Report 11/214; March 1, 2010 ©
Monrovia Kola (Kola Town) Kenema Buedu Sulima Nzérékoré Guiglo Taï Guéckédou Danané Tabou Kailahun Pendembu Toulépleu Irié Bendaja
Liberia - Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Project (Monrovia Component) - Enginering Consultancy Services for Rehabilitation of* White Plains Water Treatment Plant (WTP) and 21km 36-Inch Treated Water Transmission Main Pipeline - EOI
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