CNDRA BOSS OUTLINES ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND CHALLENGES
THE HONORABLE MINISTER OF INFORMATION, LENN EUGENE NAGBE, DEPUTY MINISTERS OF INFORMATION, DISTINGUISHED COLLEAGUES, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN OF THE PRESS, THE AUDIENCE.
POPULAR SINKOR FRUIT SELLER GETS CNDRA DONATION
Monrovia- People commuting along the 12th Sinkor suburb of Monrovia would see a woman behind a wooden table every day selling fresh fruits and vegetables. She is 20-year-old Miss Helena Kezele, who earn a living from this line of business, But her persistence in supplying people in fresh fruits and vegetable has not gone unnoticed by authorities of the Center for National Documents and Records Agency (CNDRA). On Thursday, December 27, 2018, the CNDRA family demonstrated concern for Miss Kezele’s efforts to make ends meet in an honest fashion by donating to her a beautifully designed steel table stand on wheels valued at US$200 to sell her fruits on. The Archive Center’s authorities say this is an interpretation of the Pro-Poor Agenda by donating a mental steal table to a local fruits seller valued over two hundred United States dollars on 12th street Sinkor in Monrovia. CNDRA’s Director General C. Neileh Daitouah said the Pro-Poor Agenda is intended to take people from mat to mattress. He said his management saw the need to augment the efforts of Miss Kezele, a struggling Liberian fruit seller by providing a new steel table with a roller. ‘’We appreciate your commitment to enhancing yourself in making ends meet for survival by carrying this wooden table from one point to another daily,” Mr. Daitouah said. “We feel the need to promote your endeavor by donating this steal table that has a roller to help take your fruits from one end to another without difficulty,’’ said the Director General of the National Archive Center. The CNDRA Director-General thanked the local fruit seller for her hard work and commitment to women empowerment. CNDRA is clothed with the statutory mandate to register and process legal instruments including marriage certificate, and as well the custodian of all national documents and records. Receiving the donation, Miss Kezele lauded the CNDRA family recounting the donation as one of the most significant gifts received in 2018. ‘’I am feeling very proud and happy for the kind gesture,’’ she said. The twenty-one-year-old local fruits seller, who usually struggles to take a plank table from one place to another, assured the CNDRA Boss that the gesture will be used for the intended purpose.
POPULAR SINKOR FRUIT SELLER GETS CNDRA DONATION
Monrovia- People commuting along the 12th Sinkor suburb of Monrovia would see a woman behind a wooden table every day selling fresh fruits and vegetables. She is 20-year-old Miss Helena Kezele, who earn a living from this line of business, But her persistence in supplying people in fresh fruits and vegetable has not gone unnoticed by authorities of the Center for National Documents and Records Agency (CNDRA). On Thursday, December 27, 2018, the CNDRA family demonstrated concern for Miss Kezele’s efforts to make ends meet in an honest fashion by donating to her a beautifully designed steel table stand on wheels valued at US$200 to sell her fruits on. The Archive Center’s authorities say this is an interpretation of the Pro-Poor Agenda by donating a mental steal table to a local fruits seller valued over two hundred United States dollars on 12th street Sinkor in Monrovia. CNDRA’s Director General C. Neileh Daitouah said the Pro-Poor Agenda is intended to take people from mat to mattress. He said his management saw the need to augment the efforts of Miss Kezele, a struggling Liberian fruit seller by providing a new steel table with a roller. ‘’We appreciate your commitment to enhancing yourself in making ends meet for survival by carrying this wooden table from one point to another daily,” Mr. Daitouah said. “We feel the need to promote your endeavor by donating this steal table that has a roller to help take your fruits from one end to another without difficulty,’’ said the Director General of the National Archive Center. The CNDRA Director-General thanked the local fruit seller for her hard work and commitment to women empowerment. CNDRA is clothed with the statutory mandate to register and process legal instruments including marriage certificate, and as well the custodian of all national documents and records. Receiving the donation, Miss Kezele lauded the CNDRA family recounting the donation as one of the most significant gifts received in 2018. ‘’I am feeling very proud and happy for the kind gesture,’’ she said. The twenty-one-year-old local fruits seller, who usually struggles to take a plank table from one place to another, assured the CNDRA Boss that the gesture will be used for the intended purpose.
POPULAR SINKOR FRUIT SELLER GETS CNDRA DONATION
Monrovia- People commuting along the 12th Sinkor suburb of Monrovia would see a woman behind a wooden table every day selling fresh fruits and vegetables. She is 20-year-old Miss Helena Kezele, who earn a living from this line of business, But her persistence in supplying people in fresh fruits and vegetable has not gone unnoticed by authorities of the Center for National Documents and Records Agency (CNDRA). On Thursday, December 27, 2018, the CNDRA family demonstrated concern for Miss Kezele’s efforts to make ends meet in an honest fashion by donating to her a beautifully designed steel table stand on wheels valued at US$200 to sell her fruits on. The Archive Center’s authorities say this is an interpretation of the Pro-Poor Agenda by donating a mental steal table to a local fruits seller valued over two hundred United States dollars on 12th street Sinkor in Monrovia. CNDRA’s Director General C. Neileh Daitouah said the Pro-Poor Agenda is intended to take people from mat to mattress. He said his management saw the need to augment the efforts of Miss Kezele, a struggling Liberian fruit seller by providing a new steel table with a roller. ‘’We appreciate your commitment to enhancing yourself in making ends meet for survival by carrying this wooden table from one point to another daily,” Mr. Daitouah said. “We feel the need to promote your endeavor by donating this steal table that has a roller to help take your fruits from one end to another without difficulty,’’ said the Director General of the National Archive Center. The CNDRA Director-General thanked the local fruit seller for her hard work and commitment to women empowerment. CNDRA is clothed with the statutory mandate to register and process legal instruments including marriage certificate, and as well the custodian of all national documents and records. Receiving the donation, Miss Kezele lauded the CNDRA family recounting the donation as one of the most significant gifts received in 2018. ‘’I am feeling very proud and happy for the kind gesture,’’ she said. The twenty-one-year-old local fruits seller, who usually struggles to take a plank table from one place to another, assured the CNDRA Boss that the gesture will be used for the intended purpose.
CNDRA Launches News Magazine - With Call For Budgetary Support
The Center for National Documents and Records Agency (CNDRA) has launched its first news magazine under the theme: “United Nations and Liberia: a long journey of partnership.” This is intended to showcase Liberia’s role and meaningful contributions as, she partnership with the United Nations and unveiled programs and plans of the CNDRA aimed at improving and modernizing the preservation machinery of the CNDRA for better service delivery and easy access to information when needed. The Center for National Documents and Records Agency (CNDRA) or national archives is the foundation and national mirror that provides direction as to where the country were yesterday, where it is today to where they wish to go as a nation. The CNDRA is one of the vital components of the government of Liberia with the statutory mandate to preserve and maintain the national heritage and constantly remind the leadership of the Republic of Liberia of the pasts for informed decision making. As manifestation of the CNDRA being the foundation and national mirror of Liberia, upon which the CNDRA’s news magazine is launched, to create a platform that will look back and provide sober reflection on Liberia’s longstanding partnership with the United Nations since its formation and emerging from the League of Nations. Speaking at the launching ceremony on Wednesday, October 31, 2018 in Sinkor, CNDRA Director General, C. Neileh Daitouah noted that the launch of the CNDRA’s News Magazine is significant in that, it is the first since the establishment of the Archives by an Act of National Legislature in 1977. He emphasized that the launch of the informative, educative and historic news magazine by the CNDRA titled: “Liberia and the United Nations: A Long Journey of Partnership,” is being launched in commemoration of the 73rd anniversary of the UN; intended to showcase Liberia’s role and meaningful contributions as she partnership with the United Nations. “Most importantly, it is to redirect and attract the attention of the government of Liberia and international partners on the agency, and its people for which the requisite budgetary allocation must be allotted thereto for the implementation and support of programs of the modernization of CNDRA,” Daitouah said. He stressed the need for national government to focus on the CNDRA from a national perspective and more positive direction so as to bring it to standard with other archival institutions in neighboring countries if not the world at large.
CSA CONDUCTS CAPACITY BUILDING TRAINING FOR SENIOR CNDRA STAFF
MONROVIA-September 12, 2018- The Civil Service Agency (CSA) in concert with the Center for National Documents and Records Agency/ National Archives (CNDRA) on today Wednesday, September 12 conducted training for 25 senior staff and sectional heads of the agency. The training took place at the central office of the National Archives on 12th Street in Sinkor, Monrovia. The training which is the first since the inception of the Neileh Daitouah administration seeks to enhance the performance management skills of senior staff. According to CNDRA Deputy Human Resource Director Christian J. Jlatuh, who was the key facilitator at the day-long training, the exercise seeks to respond to the capacity need of the agency as well as the effectiveness of the trainees. He said Performance management is a process by which managers and employees work together to plan, monitor and review an employee’s work objectives and overall contribution to the agency. It is the continuous process of setting objectives, assessing progress and providing on-going coaching and feedback to ensure that employees are meeting their objectives and career goals he added. Meanwhile, CNDRA Director General Neileh Daitouah has extolled CSA for the training noting that it will enhance the performance and productivity of the agency. He described the capacity building as a revolving process that promote and improve employee outputs of every institution.
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