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Maabou Services International (MSI) is a fast growing entrepreneurial company which growth has resulted from a commitment to 100% customer satisfaction that assures our clients they are receiving the highest quality of technical expertise in today's global market. MSI offers a wide range of professional services in the areas of : Web Design; Desktop Publishing; Mortgage; Tax and Financial Planning Services; and Imports/Exports and International Trade.
Magdalena's World

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A personal Home Page with beautiful pictures of Magdalena in traditional clothes.
Magnus the Great

Magnus G. Wheagar
Called 'Magnus the Great' - born and baptised in 1981 in Yekepa, Nimba County Liberia, as Magnus G. Wheagar. After some wandering around as Liberian Refugee, presently R&B singer and composer Magnus lives in Guinea to record his educative songs on love, AIDS/HIV and humanity in general.


Larium Malaria
To Lariam or not to Lariam

Malaria is a killer disease and pre-cautions must always be taken. Malaria kills hundreds of thousands of children and adults every year. Do not forget that everyone's objective in this debate is to safely control malaria and save lives. You must take heed of pre-cautions if you are travelling to a malarious region. You should absolutely try to take some form of prophylactic anti-malarial drug. There is a range to choose from and you should seek advice from a qualified doctor about this. The point of this site is to give people everywhere access to plenty of sources of information about the drug mefloquine, therefore enabling them to make a properly informed decision when agreeing to take it.

Mano Vision Magazine

Mano Vision
Mano Vision was formed in September 1996 by a group of Sierra Leonean professionals who were keen to produce a general interest colour magazine designed to attract a readership among the diaspora of West Africa, in particular that of Sierra Leone, Liberia, Gambia and Guinea. The title and mission of the publication has been chosen to reflect the ideals promoted by the heads of state of Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea at the creation of the Mano River Union.

Margibi County
Margibi is one of Liberia's 15 counties. Kakata is the county's capital.

Maryland County
Maryland County is the southern and easternmost county of Liberia's 15 counties and shares a border with Cote d'Ivoire. It was first established as an African Republic in 1827 but was not granted independence until 1854. In 1857, what was then the Republic of Maryland united with the country of Liberia to become Maryland County. The county comprises some 5,350 sq. km., its capital city is Harper. As of 1999, the county's estimated population was 71,977. Due to years of civil unrest in the country, only Harper, Buah, and Plebo are consistently recognized as Provinces of Maryland County. Other disputed sources, also incude Sasstown Territory. The flag of Maryland County, Liberia, consists of a drawing of a tree and a lighthouse on a cliff with a small Liberian flag in the upper left corner.
Martin's Home Page

Jorwah Town Liberia
Photos of the town and people of Jorwah, and the faculty and students of the school from Martin, a Peace Corp member who went to Liberia right out of college with a BS in biology expecting an assignment teaching science. After some training he was assigned to teach at a school in the small rural village of Jorwah located in the Guinea Highlands.
Max Havelaar

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Mission statement: "Max Havelaar strives towards fair and just relations world-wide. Central to its policy is sustainable production, trade and consumption. Goals: Offering access to international trade with good conditions for farmers and workers in disadvantaged parts of the Third World so that they can build a better future for themselves. This means consumers and retailers must also pay enough to cover social and environmental costs".

Welcome to the website of MEASUAGOON, a Non-Governmental Organisation promoting community self-empowerment in Liberia. Measuagoon assists local communities improve their well being through self-sufficiency in agriculture, small scale enterprises and the provision of social infrastructure such as clean drinking water, schools and clinics.
Kevin McNulty

Kevin McNulty
For the past year Kevin McNulty was working on gender-based violence program with the IRC to support women returning to Lofa County, Liberia. He pu great photos of his at the website. Just have a look; it looks great. Kevin had great experiences but it's nice to go somewhere new. He will be doing a similar job as he did in Liberia, setting up a gender-based violence with Eritrean refugees. Good Luck Kevin and thanks for your help.
Médecins Sans Frontières

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Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an international humanitarian aid organisation that provides emergency medical assistance to populations in danger in more than 80 countries. In countries where health structures are insufficient or even non-existant, MSF collaborates with authorities such as the Ministry of Health to provide assistance.
Mentona K

Mentona K
Mentona K is born in Liberia and spent most of his early years singing songs for his family & their friends. Due to the civil war, Mentona was forced to flee to the Ivory Coast. Mentona is an African word which means – Boy who grows to be a man quickly - and this boy certainly did. Born on the 24th July 1977, he has been singing & writing songs since he was ten years old & has been inspired by great singers such as Bob Marley & Jimmy Cliff. And Mentona too will aspire to such heights.
Miss Liberia USA Pageant

Miss Liberia USA
Home Page of the Miss Liberia in the USA pageant.

Miss Liberia 2003
Miss Liberia USA 2003

Miss Liberia 2004
Miss Liberia USA 2004
Delcontee Glekiah

Delcontee Glekiah
Miss Liberia USA 2005

The Movement for Global Pan-African Agenda (MOGPA) has emerged out of the arduous struggles of the African people in general and the Liberian people in particular against slavery, colonialism, imperialism and neo-colonialism. MOGPA struggles for the total emancipation of the suffering and toiling masses of Africa who have become impoverished because of the policies and programs adopted and implemented by the external forces of subjugation in cahoots with their local clientele: the African ‘ten percenter’.

Two Liberian journalists, Mr.Hisenburg Q.Togba and the late John Q.Worjloh, founded the Movement for the Promotion of Gender Equality in Liberia in 2000. The founders decided the formation with the realization that cultural and traditional practices denied girls/women access to training and education, thus making women to lead the 75 illiteracy 40%. The founders decided to form a non-governmental organization in order to break the conspiracy of silence surrounding discrimination against women, promote gender equality and at the same time empower women, disabled and youths.
Dr. Harry Moniba

Dr. Harry Moniba
Politician: former vice-President. When President Samuel Kanyon Doe was killed by Prince Johnson and others, Vice President Moniba should have ascended to the Presidency. Before the death of President Doe, he was in hiding and Doe was in the Mansion when a group of Liberians went to Banjul and elected Amos Sawyer as President of Liberia. "I always have political ambition to serve the Liberian people until the day I die. Liberia is the only country I know; it is the only country I want to see at peace, and anything I can do to ensure that there will be that stability, that peace in Liberia, I will do it. And if I can find supporters to help us do so, we are going to do just that without any kind of force. To apply force to assume leadership is to kill innocent Liberians." he says.

Map of Monrovia CLICK TO ENLARGE
Monrovia, the capital, is a sprawling city on the coast, devided by inlets, lagoons and rocky headlands. Early 19th century, the settlers called it Christopolis and renamed it then into Monrovia after the US president James Monroe, in 1822. In the beginning of this century many called it 'The Manhattan of Africa'. Estimated population of 1 million. Monrovia is the seat of the government, has the principal port, and is the business, financial, and banking center of Liberia. Situated at the mouth of the Mesurado River and St. Paul River, which almost encircles the inhabited area, it maintains a hilly and flat landscape with scenic greenery.

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If you click on the photo ldft you will see a big and very detailed map of Monrovia.


Montserrado County
Montserrado County is on the coast of Liberia near the north-western end. Bensonville is the county's capital. The national capital, Monrovia, is located in Montserrado county.

Running candidate for UDA - United Democratic Alliance at the 2005 Presidential Elections.

Mount Nimba
Mount Nimba

Mont Nimba is a mountain along the border of Côte d'Ivoire and Guinea in West Africa. At 1,752 m (5,750 ft) it is the highest point in both nations. The mountain is part of the Nimba Massif (the "Guinean Backbone"), straddling the border between the two countries and Liberia. The nearest major settlement is Yekepa to the west in Liberia. Since 1944 the area, excluding Liberia's portion, has been a nature reserve. Currently covering 180 km², the Mount Nimba Strict Nature Reserve is classified as a World Heritage Site, including both rainforest and savanna. It is a "strict" reserve, forbidding tourism. The mountain is rich in iron ore. There was intensive mining in the Liberian portion of the mountain until reserves were exhausted in 1989. The mix of iron-quartzite sheets, schists and granitogneiss has produced startling land formations by soil erosion. The mountain was given its name in December 1929 with the expedition of Sempere, Sattler and Michelis.


The Movement for Democratic Change in Liberia

The Movement for Democratic Change in Liberia/MDCL
The Movement for Democratic Change in Liberia (MDCL) is a nonprofit independent political movement dedicated to achieving nonviolent democratic change in Liberia. The Movement is committed to the building of democratic institutions in Liberia and ensuring transition to a democratic way of life. MDCL believes that the genuine resolve of the Liberian people for peace and stability will ultimately derive the necessary political consensus to secure democracy and a brighter future in Liberia. To this end, MDCL pledges to collaborate its efforts with foreign governments, international organizations, and Liberian political parties including civic organizations to bring about lasting democratic change in Liberia.
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