Community/Neighbourhood Roads Initiative

Thursday, 5th May 2016
Community/Neighbourhood Roads Initiative. Bid opening exercise for lot-1 (Garnersville-Grassfield community)

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Wednesday, 11th May 2016
Catch-the-eyes photos of WASH related activities Browse Album

 

Monday, 9th May 2016
Catch-the-Eyes Photos Browse Album

 

Monday, 25th April 2016
Official Dedication of the Gbarnga-Ganta-Guinea Border Road Browse Album

 

Saturday, 23rd January 2016
"We never see this kind of thing before. This is the first time we see this type of bridge. Our sufferings are over, no more walking by land or carrying load on our heads. We will not have to transport sick people or pregnant women in hammer again”, say citizens of Bluen town. Browse Album

 

Thursday, 30th April 2015
Opening of Gbarnga to Ganta Guinea border road Browse Album

 

Sunday, 11th January 2015
The Government of Liberia through the Ministry of Public Works has penciled a multimillion dollar construction contract with a Chinese Company vetted through International Competitive Bidding process to construct an all-weather asphalt road from Harper City to Karloken Town; which happens to be Phase-I of the Fish Town-Harper Road Project (FTHRP). Below are the Project Specifics: Total Project Cost: $ 42, 701,424.07 Million Project Location: Fish Town- Harper (50Km), Maryland County Project Duration: (3 years) |2-Years of Construction and 1-year of Defects Liability Period Contractor: China Railway No. 5 Engineering Group Company Limited Supervising & Monitoring Consultant: Comptran Engineering & Planning Associates (Ghana) in Association with NIRAS (Denmark) http://www.comptran-eng.com//www.niras.com Overall Supervision + Monitoring: Ministry of Public Works Project Owner: MPW| Government of Liberia ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The Fish Town-Harper Road is in line with Government of Liberia’s post conflict Agenda for Transformation’s Pillar on infrastructure restoration and the implementation of the Road Sector strategy in linking all counties capitals with paved roads. This project is also a result of the implementation of a key pillar in the Government of Liberia’s Poverty Reduction Strategy (PRS) Pillar No. 4. Browse Album

 

Tuesday, 16th December 2014
Minister Moore at acquaintance meeting with SMT members Browse Album

 

 

 

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