GRAND KRU COUNTY, Liberia — More than 200 Sorroken, Wutuken, Trembo District, benefitted from free medical service being provided by Golden Veroleum at its nursery in Grand Kru. While malaria accounted for the majority of illnesses, skin infections, asthma and other illnesses were treated as well.
More than 30 year ago, Patrice Levang, today a Ph.D. and world-renowned researcher and advocate of successful smallholder farming models, arrived in Indonesia at the beginnings of the Indonesian Oil Palm development strategy. The Oil Palm strategy has been economically very successful. There are also many concerns, but Oil Palm has created prosperity among previously poor rural people.
SINOE COUNTY, Liberia – As a means of helping to get rural community residents inform about happenings on the national scene, Golden Veroleum Liberia through its Communications Department has begun distributing newspapers across Sinoe and Grand Kru Counties.
SINOE COUNTY, Liberia - The Agriculture Workers Union of Golden Veroleum Liberia Workers union and Golden Veroleum Management concluded a two-day capacity building workshop facilitated by the Ministry of Labor in Greenville, Sinoe County, 6 June.
Golden Veroleum Liberia (GVL) is developing a sustainable palm oil industry in West Africa, at once meeting growing global demand and lifting a nation out of poverty.
Golden Veroleum Liberia on Monday, June 6, 2014 donated 50 desks to five public elementary schools in Trembo Administrative District, Grand Kru County. The schools Newaken, Wutuken, Gbanken, Sorroken and Dougbo elementary public schools.
With limited resources and only nine coaches, a group from Taylor University made its way to Butaw, Liberia, in partnership with the Golden Veroleum Liberia Elementary School.
For this deployment, the goal was to have a four day mathematics workshop for the students in order to examine the effectiveness of KA Lite in rural Liberian schools. Read more...
Liberia is losing up to two percent of its forest cover every year. The threat of deforestation is real with about 70 percent of the population involved in slash-and-burn farming, according to an official of Liberia's Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), as reported by France 24 news, from Agence France Presse correspondents.
MONROVIA – GOVAWUL members and Golden Veroleum management met today, 24 April, to discuss a way forward on key issues concerning future development and worker desires, in Butaw.
SINOE COUNTY, Liberia – In an exertion to providing unrestricted flow of movables and amenities between Butaw and Tarjuowon districts in Sinoe County, Golden Veroleum Liberia has begun reconditioning the 45-kilometer road linking the two districts.