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We work for quality education through the Coalition for Transparency and Accountability in Education (COTAE). Learn more.
Natural resources need to work for the improvement of citizens' lives. We seek good use of natural resource revenue.
The Coalition for Transprency and Accountability in Education, coordinated by the Center for Transparency and Accountabiility in Liberia, on Thursday, March 23, 2017 launched its monitoring report on implementation of the Public Private Patnership Program in Education. Speaking during a press conference held in Monrovia, Mr. Anderson D. Miamen, National Coordinator of the COTAE, expressed.
CSO Working Group Presents Position Statement to Rep. Tingba The Civil Society Working Group on Land Reform has called on the National Legislature to speedily pass the draft land rights act, and has made recommendations geared toward improving the current draft. Delivering the statement on behalf of the Working Group on Tuesday, February.
By: Hamilton B. Greene The Center for Transparency and Accountability in Liberia (CENTAL) has held a three-day training workshop for journalists on Natural Resource Management Reporting. The Workshop which was held from the 22nd to the 24th of February brought together Nine (9) journalists from various media institutions and was facilitated by Mr. Gerald Dan.