UN Country Team Annual Results Report Liberia 2021
21 October 2022
The world has changed immeasurably over the last two years, and we all must evolve and adapt our strategies to enhance a transformative agenda for the advancement of the people of Liberia.
The United Nations Country Team in Liberia will continue to support the Government of Liberia in contributing to the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals through joint efforts that focus on transformative flagship initiatives and building community resilience for the most vulnerable population with the principles of leaving no one behind.
Through the joint efforts of all the UN Agencies in Liberia, the UN strengthened the capacity of the Government to deliver essential COVID-19 and non-COVID-19 services that benefitted approximately 1,876,066 people. Key milestone achievement was made to increasing HIV testing and treatment services/uptake at national and sub -national level that reached 187,733 people living with HIV.
The UN supported efforts to increase women ’s political participation and leadership in all spheres of Government by advocating the passage of the New Elections Law (Article 4.5) that enforces mandatory 30% gender quota for all political parties and women representation in the National Legislature.
Schoolchildren and their families received distance education or home -based learning assistance with take -home ration to increase their nutritional intake and learning outcomes during the COVID -19 pandemic.
Our task today is to build forward differently. This will not be possible without solidarity and ensuring that the recovery is inclusive.