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A FEMALE FROM NIMBA COUNTY   EMERGED WINNER OF UNDP BUSINESS PLAN COMPETION WITH CASH PRICE OF USD$40,000

Mrs. Meilakeh S Menworleh

By: Melvin L. Suah,Radio Nimba Manager

Mrs. Meilakeh S Menworleh as its Executive Director

Monrovia, Liberia: – A Local Non-Governmental Organization ‘Rural Women and Girls Promoters for Sustainable Development’ headed by Mrs. Meilakeh S Menworleh as its Executive Director, has again emerged as winner of the highly-competitive UNDP Business Plan Competition in Monrovia with a cash price of USD$40,000. Mrs. Menworleh is the current Co-Chair Civil Society Council of Liberia Nimba Chapter.

This is a result of teamwork.

Congratulations!

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