The project improves the accountability and effectiveness in the management of the public finances in Liberia. It also supports the General Audit Commission to ensure sustainable human resources management systems for the future.
The EU and the UN are jointly implementing a €10.9 million food security and nutrition programme in Liberia, seeking at enhancing agricultural production, rehabilitating damaged agricultural infrastructure and creating marketing opportunities.
Among the 10.000 households of Bomi County, three out of four do not have enough to eat. Some 2,000 households are both deeply poor and have no adult able to work. The cash transfer programme provides financial assistance to these families.
Electricity is now available again 24 hours a day to a small but growing number of customers after war-related damages and looting led to a total stop to generation in 2004. 48% of the present assets of the Electricity corporation are EU funded.
This project is critical to improving infrastructure and human development in Liberia. Community involvement is essential at all phases of the project from its selection to its maintenance.