Liberia Civil Aviation Authority, Ministry of Transport and Roberts Flight Information Host Joint Meeting with BAGAIA to Establish Aircraft Investigative Bureau in Liberia

Liberia Civil Aviation Authority, Ministry of Transport and Roberts Flight Information Host Joint Meeting with BAGAIA to Establish Aircraft Investigative Bureau in LiberiaMonrovia- The Liberia Civil Aviation Authority, Ministry of Transport and the Roberts Flight Information Region has begun discussions with the BANJUL accord Group Accident Investigation Agency (BAGAIA) in an effort to familiarize and strengthen cooperation and relationship with Liberia as member state and as well establish an Independent investigation of aircraft accident bureau in Liberia. BAGAIA is an international organization that assists African Member States in the conduct of independent investigation of aircraft accidents and incidents in compliance with international standards. On Thursday in Monrovia, the Liberia Aviation Authority’s Boss, Moses Y. Kollie welcomed the BAGAIA’s Commissioner, Charles Irekefe Erhueh to Liberia for a two-day meeting with key on the agenda, the establishment of the Independent Investigative accident bureau. Making remarks on behalf of the BAGAIA, commissioner Charles Irekefe Erhueh asserted: “We are glad that our sister nation, Liberia has recognized the importance of accident investigation as a means to save lives in the future and with such, has agreed to help in the establishment of a truly Independent Accident Investigation agency.”The Liberia’s Transport Minister, Mr. Sam Wlue expressed thanks to BAGAIA and assured the Governmen’st effort to place strong emphasis on the development and safety of the airspace. “Environment protection in the civil aviation sector is important to ensure effective and efficient use of aircrafts that will ensure environmental integrity and promote climate change mitigation and adaptation”, according to Minister Wlue.

September 17, 2021 07:30 UTC


Society for the Conservation of Nature Holds Training for Artisanal and Small Scale Miners in Cape Mount

Society for the Conservation of Nature Holds Training for Artisanal and Small Scale Miners in Cape MountTahn, Grand Cape Mount County – The Society for the Conservation of Nature (SCNL), an environment civil society in collaboration with the Ministry of Mines and Energy, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Forestry Development Agency Thursday, September 16, ended a two-day training workshop for persons associated with artisanal and small scale (ASM) mining activities in Tahn, one of the towns around the Gola forest. The training is a part of several activities under the GolaMA project which is funded by the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF ) and implemented by SCNL. Also, the training served as a learning platform and dialogue for miners, forest rangers, mining agents/patrolman, ASM eco guard including community miners and leaders to discuss, coexist and at the sametime encourage environmental and social safeguards, legal framework and the promotion of environmental monitoring within the ASM sector. “…that we will not have people digging holes to mine without reclaiming the land or making the land reusable,” said Hoff. The overall objective of the project is to encourage Sustainable local economies in forest corridors to contribute to securing a network of protected areas covering at least 30% of Liberia’s existing forest area.

September 17, 2021 05:13 UTC


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