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          New Records on FamilySearch from November 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
The following announcement was written by FamilySearch: FamilySearch expanded its free online archives in November 2018 with almost 90 million new indexed family history records and almost 300,000 digital images from around the world. New historical records were added from Benin, Chile, Costa Rica, The Dominican Republic, England, Germany, Honduras, Ireland, Lesotho, Liberia, Nicaragua, Peru, […]
          Monkey Island: Aggressive laboratory monkeys living it up on Liberian island      Cache   Translate Page      
Infected apes with a reputation for attacking invaders are living it up on their own private island in Africa. It sounds like something from a horror movie, but it’s real.
          EP 7 Palm Oil      Cache   Translate Page      
Palm oil is in 50 percent of packaged foods—despite its reputation as a rainforest destroyer and orangutan killer. Nelufar visits Malaysia and Liberia to ask whether the growing anti-palm oil lobby gives a balanced picture of this major food commodity.
          Supply of Fish boxes, Bins, Trolleys and Pallets for Robertsport Fish Landing Site Cluster      Cache   Translate Page      

Contract Award

Project: P156759-West Africa Region Fisheries Program AF Guinea, Sierra Leone & Liberia
Loan/Credit/TF Info: TF-A3532
Bid/Contract Reference No:LIMA-WARFP-REF-26
Procurement Method: RFQ-Request for Quotations
Scope of Contract: Supply of Fish boxes, Bins, Trolle ys and Pallets for Robertsport Fish Landing SiteCluster
Notice Version No: 0


Contract SignatureDate
(YYYY/MM/DD)
2018/05/17
Duration of Contr act

12Week(s)
Awarded Bidder(s):
FIRSTCOM INTERNATIONAL
Kowloon, Hong Kong
Country: Hong Kong SAR, China
Bid Price at Opening
USD 77, 830.00

EvaluatedBid P ce
USD 77, 830.00

Signed Contract price
USD77, 830.00

Evaluated Bidder(s):
CROSSWORDS LIMITED
Spectru m Building, UAE
Country: United Arab Emirates

Bid Price at Opening
USD 90, 070.00

Evaluated Bid Price
USD90, 070.00


JET TECHGENERAL TRADING CORP
Dubia
Country: United Arab Emirates
Bid Price at Opening
USD 98, 177.00

Evaluated Bid Price< br/>USD98, 177.00


Rejected Bidder(s):
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SUPPLIES
Bushrod Island, Monrovia, Liberia
Country: Liberia

Bid Price at Opening
USD 113, 950.00

Evaluated Bid Price
USD 113, 950.00<

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          I-League: Bazie's strike propels Real Kashmir to fourth place      Cache   Translate Page      

&K) [India], Dec 5 (ANI): Debutant Real Kashmir FC on Wednesday registered a solitary goal victory 1-0 over former champions Aizawl FC in the ongoing 12th edition of I-League here at the TRC Turf ground.

Ivorian midfielder Bazie Armand's perfect opener in the 30th minute of the match helped the hosts post their third win and attain the fourth spot in the league standings with 10 points from six games. Meanwhile, Aizawl remained at the ninth place with five points from seven games.

The hosts made their intentions clear from the outset as Ivorian striker Krizo took a snapshot in the opening minutes but Gurpreet, the Aizawl goalkeeper was equal to the task. Then Surchandra Singh coming in from the right flank made a good first-time connection to Nagem Tamang cross in the eighth minute but hit the side-netting.

Aizawl had a chance of their own in the 25th minute when Albert's cross from the right forced a tip-over by Bilal, Kashmir goalkeeper, but the ball bounced off the bar and came back to Liberian striker Ansumanah Kromah, who despite being a bit out of position, managed a side-flick which lobbed over the goal.

The hosts then went ahead in the half-hour mark off a set-piece. It was Surchandra Singh, who got involved in a Kashmir goal for the second game running, delivering a wonderful corner from the left to which Bazie rose above the Aizawl defence to direct his header past Gurpreet into the far corner.

Aizawl got the first chance of the second half when Albert was set-up for a free-header by Lalrinfela, who delivered a wonderful cross from inside the box on the left, but his goal-bound header bounced off Mason Robertson in the Kashmir defence.

For the home side, it was Krizo who got the best chances of the half and two free-headers, one at the quarter of an hour mark off a cross from Kofi and another in the 82nd minute off a free-kick, missed their marks.

Coach Gift Raikhan played all his cards and even brought on Kyrgistani midfielder Bektur Talgat in place of David Lalrinmuana in the 73rd minute, but it was not enough to stop Scottish coach David Robertson's Real Kashmir from running out winners on the day. (ANI)


          Jawatan Kosong di Sime Darby Plantation Berhad - 28 Disember 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
Jawatan Kosong Kerajaan Dan Swasta Terkini Di Malaysia www.ohjob.info www.findkerja.com


Jawatan Kosong di Sime Darby Plantation Berhad - 28 Disember 2018

Jawatan Kosong 2018 di Sime Darby Plantation Berhad | Permohonan adalah dipelawa daripada Warganegara Malaysia yang berkelayakan dan berumur tidak kurang dari 18 tahun pada tarikh tutup iklan ditawarkan untuk memohon jawatan kosong di Sime Darby Plantation Berhad

Jawatan Kosong 2018 di Sime Darby Plantation Berhad

Company Overview

Sime Darby Plantation (SDP), the plantation and agri-business arm of the Sime Darby Group, is the world’s largest producer of certified sustainable palm oil (CSPO). It is also the co-founding member of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO).

The company is fully integrated throughout the palm oil value chain with Upstream operations in Malaysia, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands and Liberia, comprising mostly oil palm cultivation, harvesting and milling. Its downstream operations are present in 17 countries, comprising the manufacturing as well as sales and marketing of oils and fats products, oleochemicals, palm oil-based biodiesel and other derivatives.


Cara mohon melalui Jobstreet.com
Positions:

1. Sr Executive, Trade Execution

2. Senior Executive, Bulking & Warehousing

3. Child Care Provider


Close date : 27 - 28 December 2018


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          Fredsdemonstrant får Fredsprisen 2011      Cache   Translate Page      
I 2011 går Nobels Fredspris til tre kvinner. Det er de politiske aktivistene Leymah Gbowee fra Liberia og Tawakkul Karman fra Jemen, og presidenten i Liberia, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf. Sosialarbeideren Leymah Roberta Gbowee gikk i spissen for en kvinnebevegelse i hjemlandet Liberia, som satte seg som mål å få slutt på stammekrigene som herjet under landets daværende president. Her møter du henne og hennes medsøstre.
          Liberian VP, Howard Taylor Tasks African Nations “Let’s Give More Support to the Less Privileged”-      Cache   Translate Page      
By Eric Elezuo The Liberian Vice President, Senator Jewel Howard-Taylor, has called on African nations to embrace charity and pay more attention to the less privileged in the society. The Liberian number two citizen made the remark during a welcome reception held in her honour at the Sheraton hotel, Ikeja, Lagos by the Esther Ajayi […]
          How a refugee turned mayor seeks to transcend politics of divisiveness      Cache   Translate Page      

How a refugee turned mayor seeks to transcend politics of divisivenessNow Ms. Saab stood in front of a man whose fellow comrades had killed and dismembered the president of Liberia just weeks before. “No, sir,” Saab said, avoiding eye contact and motioning with her other hand to Mr. Collins to stay silent. On Sunday night a soldier tapped Saab: You, you’re going.



          Liberia electricity crisis: 'About 60% of power stolen'      Cache   Translate Page      
People are making illegal connections to homes and offices, cheating the state utility, officials say.


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