LACC STAFFS BENEFIT FROM LOCAL, FOREIGN TRAINING

June 25, 2018: Two staffs of the LACC are currently benefiting from international training programs while another staff is expected to leave the country shortly for training. In addition, managers and heads of sections of the Commission benefitted from training programs on Conflict of Interest. The foreign training program is being sponsored by the African Development Bank (AFDB) through the Ministry of Finance & Development Planning (MODP) of Liberia. The local training program was conducted and sponsored by the Legal Professional Development and Anti-Corruption Project (LPAC). The LPAC training program was held in two phases with the first one taking place from June 11-13 and the other from June 18-20, 2018.

1. Mrs. Frances M. Fleming, Human Resource Assistant within the Administration Division is undergoing two weeks training in HR Practices and Strategies in International Management Training Consortium (IMTC) in Accra, Ghana;

2. Mr. Robert W. Jarwleh, Program Officer for Research within the Education & Prevention Division is benefiting from a Qualitative Data Analysis Ӏ & II training at the IPSA-NUS Methods School, National University of Singapore from June 25-July 6, 2018; while

3. Mr. Moses V. Kowo, Program Officer for Community Outreach is expected to attend a two-week Twinning Tour at the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) in Mauritius.

Staff that benefited from the LPAC training program comprises Jeanet Sonpon Sarsih, James K. Kingsley, Robert W. Jarwleh, Kayibanda Doe, Zobon Kolenky, Moses Kowo, Wade M. Neufville, Rebecca Kiawon and Baba Borkai.