Mrs. Daimond N.K. Saylee received recognition from the Department of Administration
Mr. Molley O.Kiazolu receives recognition from the Department of Fiscal Affairs
Finance Minister recognize Mr. Momo K. Lombeh, Sr. M&E Officer Reform Coordination Unit as Employee of the Month (January) at Ministry of Finance and Development Planning
Participants at Liberia Development Conference
Liberias Finance Minister Boima S. Kamara at Special Session in Plenary Financial Sector at the Liberia Development Conference.
Finance Minister Deliberate on the Financial Sector at the Liberia Development Conference.
A Participant engages APRM Staff about the APRM Process in Liberia
A Participant asking question about APRM Process in Liberia
Minister Kamara speaks to participants about the APRM Process in Liberia
Cross Section of participants at the ECOWAS Sensitization, Awareness Campaign.
Finance Minister launches ECOWAS Sensitization, Awareness Campaign.
List of Services Available at Grand Cape Mount County Service Center in Robertsport City
President Sirleaf with Minister Boima S.Kamara during ribbon cutting of the Grand Cape Mount County Service Center.
President Sirleaf with Minister Boima S.Kamara during the Town Hall Meeting in Sinje, Grand Cape Mount County.
Minister Boima S.Kamara and Saudi Fund for Development Director General for Operations, H. E. Mr. Fawzi O. Al-Saud during the Signing Ceremony.
Monrovia, Liberia - The Minister of Finance and Development Planning, Honorable Boima S. Kamara, has reassured Liberians, especially the people of Bong and Lofa counties of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s commitment to improving the living conditions of all Liberians through the creation of the enabling environment for domestic and sub-regional trade and commerce to thrive given several ongoing road infrastructural projects.
Monrovia, Liberia: In furtherance of the implementation of the Gbarnga – Salayea Road Rehabilitation Project, the Government of Liberia through the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning and the Saudi Fund for Development (SFD) will tomorrow sign a Twenty million United States Dollars (US$ 20 Million) Financing Agreement for the upgrading of the first section of Lot One (1) of the Gbarnga – Mendikorma Road.