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Fissebu Community To Get Statutory Deed Soon

The Liberia Land Authority (LLA), in collaboration with the United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Land Governance Support Activity (LGSA) and the Sustainable Development Institute (SDI), recently held separate meetings in Beawu Quarter, Fissebu Community, Zorzor District, and Vavalah Clan, Salayea District in Lofa County.
The two meetings, held on Saturday, March 6, 2020, brought together several community members and a cross section of local authorities. The LLA was represented by a high level senior management delegation, which included the Chairman, Atty J. Adams Monabah; Cllr. Kula L. Jackson, Commissioner for Land Policy and Planning; Hon. Josephus Burgess, Commissioner for Land Administration; and Mr. Stanley N. Toe, Executive Director, while USAID/LGSA was represented by Dr. Yohannes Gebremedhin, Chief of Party (CoP), and SDI’s Program Manager, Mr. Ali Kaba.
The purpose of the meeting in Fissebu was to verify the success story of the Community’s Land Development and Management Committee (CLDMC), how it successfully went through the steps/ processes required by the Land Rights Act (LRA) and the Liberia Land Authority (LLA) Guidelines for communities to obtain ownership title to their land. The Community went through the steps with support from USAID/LGSA/ SDI/. The meeting also discussed issues that emerged during the process. See Full Text in side

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