Opening of the Inter-Regional Parliamentary Conference
The Inter-Regional conference of African -Arab Parliamentarian's Forum on Population and Development started to today, February 23, 2020, in the Red Sea port city of Djibouti in East Africa. Giving the opening address, the Speaker of the Djibouti Parliament, Hon. Mohammed All Houmed, expressed satisfaction that the two regional bodies would select their young and small country to host such an important gathering. He cautioned participants to take the population issues highlighted in Nairobi Declaration on the global population serous.
Opening of the Inter-Regional Parliamentary Conference
The Inter-Regional conference of African -Arab Parliamentarian's Forum on Population and Development started to today, February 23, 2020, in the Red Sea port city of Djibouti in East Africa. Giving the opening address, the Speaker of the Djibouti Parliament, Hon. Mohammed All Houmed, expressed satisfaction that the two regional bodies would select their young and small country to host such an important gathering. He cautioned participants to take the population issues highlighted in Nairobi Declaration on the global population serous.
Opening of the Inter-Regional Parliamentary Conference
The Inter-Regional conference of African -Arab Parliamentarian's Forum on Population and Development started to today, February 23, 2020, in the Red Sea port city of Djibouti in East Africa. Giving the opening address, the Speaker of the Djibouti Parliament, Hon. Mohammed All Houmed, expressed satisfaction that the two regional bodies would select their young and small country to host such an important gathering. He cautioned participants to take the population issues highlighted in Nairobi Declaration on the global population serous.
Liberia’s 2021 Population and Housing Census on Course
The holding of the long awaited Population and Housing Census of Liberia has now become a certainty. The guarantee was given by the government and its partners, led by UNFPA, on October 8, 2019, signed the Census Project Document at the headquarters of the Liberia Institute of Statistics and Geo-Information Services (LISGIS) on the Capitol Hill in Monrovia.
Liberia’s 2021 Population and Housing Census on Course
The holding of the long awaited Population and Housing Census of Liberia has now become a certainty. The guarantee was given by the government and its partners, led by UNFPA, on October 8, 2019, signed the Census Project Document at the headquarters of the Liberia Institute of Statistics and Geo-Information Services (LISGIS) on the Capitol Hill in Monrovia.
Liberia’s 2021 Population and Housing Census on Course
The holding of the long awaited Population and Housing Census of Liberia has now become a certainty. The guarantee was given by the government and its partners, led by UNFPA, on October 8, 2019, signed the Census Project Document at the headquarters of the Liberia Institute of Statistics and Geo-Information Services (LISGIS) on the Capitol Hill in Monrovia.
Liberia’s 2021 Population and Housing Census on Course
The holding of the long awaited Population and Housing Census of Liberia has now become a certainty. The guarantee was given by the government and its partners, led by UNFPA, on October 8, 2019, signed the Census Project Document at the headquarters of the Liberia Institute of Statistics and Geo-Information Services (LISGIS) on the Capitol Hill in Monrovia.
More on the SDGs Impact Summit in Gompa
Following the program, during which I served as the Keynote Speaker, the Country Director, Albert Olivia, presented Certificates of Participation to the nearly two hundred participants at the Ganta United Methodist Gymnasium. Participants were encouraged organize similar conferences at their respective localities in order to promote the intents and benefits of achieving the SDGs.
More on the SDGs Impact Summit in Gompa
Following the program, during which I served as the Keynote Speaker, the Country Director, Albert Olivia, presented Certificates of Participation to the nearly two hundred participants at the Ganta United Methodist Gymnasium. Participants were encouraged organize similar conferences at their respective localities in order to promote the intents and benefits of achieving the SDGs.
More on the SDGs Impact Summit in Gompa
Following the program, during which I served as the Keynote Speaker, the Country Director, Albert Olivia, presented Certificates of Participation to the nearly two hundred participants at the Ganta United Methodist Gymnasium. Participants were encouraged organize similar conferences at their respective localities in order to promote the intents and benefits of achieving the SDGs.
Hon. Younquoi Lectures Nimbaians on Electoral Law Reform
On Saturday, January 18, 2020, the Election Coordination Committee ( EEC) a consortium of over twenty-five Liberian Civil Society Organizations, held a day-long interactive forum with a cross-section of Nimbaians in Gompa City. The forum dubbed, Legislative Engagement on Electoral Reform, featured me as the Legislator available to provide a Legislative perspective of the on-going Reform in our Electoral sector.
Hon. Younquoi Lectures Nimbaians on Electoral Law Reform
On Saturday, January 18, 2020, the Election Coordination Committee ( EEC) a consortium of over twenty-five Liberian Civil Society Organizations, held a day-long interactive forum with a cross-section of Nimbaians in Gompa City. The forum dubbed, Legislative Engagement on Electoral Reform, featured me as the Legislator available to provide a Legislative perspective of the on-going Reform in our Electoral sector.
Hon. Younquoi Lectures Nimbaians on Electoral Law Reform
On Saturday, January 18, 2020, the Election Coordination Committee ( EEC) a consortium of over twenty-five Liberian Civil Society Organizations, held a day-long interactive forum with a cross-section of Nimbaians in Gompa City. The forum dubbed, Legislative Engagement on Electoral Reform, featured me as the Legislator available to provide a Legislative perspective of the on-going Reform in our Electoral sector.
Hon. Younquoi Lectures Nimbaians on Electoral Law Reform
On Saturday, January 18, 2020, the Election Coordination Committee ( EEC) a consortium of over twenty-five Liberian Civil Society Organizations, held a day-long interactive forum with a cross-section of Nimbaians in Gompa City. The forum dubbed, Legislative Engagement on Electoral Reform, featured me as the Legislator available to provide a Legislative perspective of the on-going Reform in our Electoral sector.
Sunday, January 12, 2020, will go into history as s memorable day for the youth of Nimba as the county played host to the Impact Summit on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Gompa City during which I served as the Keynote Speaker. Following the conference, the head of the IMPACT SDGs SUMMIT, a Czec -basef International NGO, Mr. Albert Olivia, and others of his team shared a photo moment with me and my staff as well platform guests. In my charge to the participants, I urged the nearly two hundred participants to be careful in selecting who represents them at the Legislature as it is there that decision are made that protect their resources which, can, in turn, be directed towards the achievement of the SDGs with their attendant positive impact on the generality of the population, including themselves. I urged them to disabuse their minds of voting people because of the resources they pour out in them during campaign. They were rather encourage to follow the message of contestants.
Lawmakers Want CBL Officials Appear for Questioning
Two members of the Independent Legislative Caucus, Representatives Larry Younquoi and Thomas Goshua, are asking the plenary of the House of Representatives to invite authorities of the Central Bank of Liberia to explain the source of US and Liberian currencies it infused in the market recently.
Representative Larry Yonquoi Sees Ulterior Motive behind Printing of New Banknotes
MONROVIA – Nimba County Representative Larry Younquoi says a proposal seeking the printing of new Liberian banknotes under the Coalition for Democratic Change-led (CDC) government of President George Manneh Weah has an ‘ulterior motive’ that must not be given credence by lawmakers.
Global Parliamentary Bodies Conclude Their Activities at the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25
The Nairobi Summit on ICPD25was a success. With more than 190 countries represented at the highest level, including more than 120 Lawmakers, decisions were made that will accelerate the implementation of the promise made in Cairo 25 years ago as the world moves towards the 2030 deadline.
Global Parliamentary Bodies Conclude Their Activities at the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25
The Nairobi Summit on ICPD25was a success. With more than 190 countries represented at the highest level, including more than 120 Lawmakers, decisions were made that will accelerate the implementation of the promise made in Cairo 25 years ago as the world moves towards the 2030 deadline.
Global Parliamentary Bodies Conclude Their Activities at the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25
The Nairobi Summit on ICPD25was a success. With more than 190 countries represented at the highest level, including more than 120 Lawmakers, decisions were made that will accelerate the implementation of the promise made in Cairo 25 years ago as the world moves towards the 2030 deadline.
Global Parliamentary Bodies Conclude Their Activities at the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25
The Nairobi Summit on ICPD25was a success. With more than 190 countries represented at the highest level, including more than 120 Lawmakers, decisions were made that will accelerate the implementation of the promise made in Cairo 25 years ago as the world moves towards the 2030 deadline.
The Liberian delegation at the NAIROBI SUMMIT on ICPD25 has been making the country's case at the highest level. Of course, said effort has been buttressed by our youth and women activists who have also been on top of their games. On the last day, VP Jewel Howard-Taylor shared a photo opportunity with me when I called on her at her VIP resort .
Nairobi Summit on Population Begins in Earnest
On November 12, 2019, the opening ceremony of the Global Summit on Population and Development , Dubbed, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON POPULATION & DEVELOPMENT AT TWENTY-FIVE ( NAIROBI SUMMIT ON IPCD25), took place with captivating speeches from the Co-conveners of said biggest gathering of stakeholders on global population issues since the Cairo Conference in 1994. These co-conveners included the President of Kenya; the Secretary General of United Nations, represented by his Deputy; UNFPA Executive Director and the Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Denmark, assisted by the Minister of Development Cooperation of said Kingdom.
Nairobi Summit on Population Begins in Earnest
On November 12, 2019, the opening ceremony of the Global Summit on Population and Development , Dubbed, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON POPULATION & DEVELOPMENT AT TWENTY-FIVE ( NAIROBI SUMMIT ON IPCD25), took place with captivating speeches from the Co-conveners of said biggest gathering of stakeholders on global population issues since the Cairo Conference in 1994. These co-conveners included the President of Kenya; the Secretary General of United Nations, represented by his Deputy; UNFPA Executive Director and the Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Denmark, assisted by the Minister of Development Cooperation of said Kingdom.
Nairobi Summit on Population Begins in Earnest
On November 12, 2019, the opening ceremony of the Global Summit on Population and Development , Dubbed, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON POPULATION & DEVELOPMENT AT TWENTY-FIVE ( NAIROBI SUMMIT ON IPCD25), took place with captivating speeches from the Co-conveners of said biggest gathering of stakeholders on global population issues since the Cairo Conference in 1994. These co-conveners included the President of Kenya; the Secretary General of United Nations, represented by his Deputy; UNFPA Executive Director and the Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Denmark, assisted by the Minister of Development Cooperation of said Kingdom.
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Hon. Younquoi's Statement at Gbahn School Dedication

On March 15, 2015, the dedication of the school annex constructed by Hon. Younquoi and the residents of Gbahn Town, Gbannah Chiefdom, took place.

Posted by Nimba County District #8 on Thursday, August 20, 2015
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