The delegation headed by Dr Henry Kerali, the Country Director of Liberia, Ghana and Sierra Leone, discussed a number of key issues including identifying new priorities of the Bank’s partnership for the coming 6 years, which will be reflected in its new Country Partnership Framework.
During the meeting vice president Howard-Taylor raised several issues specifically bordering on youth empowerment, jobs creation and infrastructure developments in Liberia.
The CDC-led government as part of its development agenda, has committed to introduce new legislations and policies intended to achieve sustainable economic growth, develop and expand agriculture.
It also planned to address very large infrastructure deficit, with particular emphasis on road construction and the provision of affordable and adequate electricity for all our peoples which was captured in his Excellency, president George Weah State of the Nation Address.
Vice president Howard- Taylor, who thanked the delegation for the visit, spoke about policy notes from the bank to inform the government about the different projects being implemented across the country, over the years.