• Jobs at Firestone Liberia

    Learn about the important work being done by Firestone Liberia's employees, who are among the highest paid in the country.

    published: 26 Apr 2011
  • Desperate for work in Monrovia

    Twice I've seen Henry walking the streets around the NGO compound area in Monrovia, Liberia looking for help. He carries one daughter in his arms as another, named Kadi, follows in tow. He lost his wife in mid 2014. It's a bit hard to hear Henry, which is my fault. He says that he's an expert in motor vehicle spare parts. He's worked with International Community of the Red Cross for several years and has appraisals from them. He's literate and used email and internet in his past job. Liberia is still recovering from two civil wars. Electricity is scarce even in Monrovia. On top of that the ebola epidemic shut down a lot of businesses and many NGO workers fled. Schools have been closed for months. Please message me if you have any suggestions or employment opportunities for Henry (mike@i...

    published: 03 Feb 2015
  • On Point - Monrovia Y.E.S! Program

    City of Monrovia's Youth Employment Service (YES!) Program. © 2007 Community Media of the Foothills - Monrovia, CA - all rights reserved KGEM-TV

    published: 27 Apr 2011
  • Project Peru-Helping build homes & employment for 500-Ben Brophy's 2013 Appeal-Your support please

    http://www.JustGiving.com/benbrophybbb - Hi Ben Brophy here and I'd appreciate if I could just have a moment of your time. In June I'm heading back out to the Las Laderas Shanty Town in Lima, Peru - where I'll be leading & managing a volunteer team who are completing phase 2 of our work with Project Peru - working & living alongside the locals with whom we're helping build homes.......for over 500 people. 100% of all sponsorship goes directly to the actual project which is a volunteer run charity .....& that's why I like it so much, not only because it's proper immersion within the local community whom we're assisting but because there's no consumption of sponsorship into salaries and Western overhead.....something that frustrates me about many charities! All of the volunteer team are gi...

    published: 11 Apr 2013
  • Gabriel Fernadez - 78% Of Liberia's Workforce Is In "Vulnerable Employment"

    Gabriel Fernandez, Liberia's National Social Protection Coordinator, says his country has made economic gains since its civil war but lack of job skills force many workers into informal sector jobs and "vulnerable employment." Liberia has just emerged from 14 years of civil war, so the state is still fragile. The country has made tremendous economic improvements under its new president, particularly achieving debt cancellation and creating institutions to help job creation. However, Liberia still faces a major youth unemployment problem. Many young workers are unskilled and lost out on their educational opportunities because of the civil war, and are often forced into informal sector jobs. Nearly 90% of Liberia's workforce is in the informal sector, with another 77.9% in "vulnerable em...

    published: 17 May 2013
  • Liberia - Training Helps Young Women Find Employment

    The 'Economic Empowerment of Adolescent Girls and Young Women' (EPAG) is a pilot project that focuses on giving young Liberian women practical training to help them find jobs. It is part of the World Bank's Adolescent Girls Initiative. For more information, please visit www.worldbank.org/gender/agi

    published: 10 Aug 2011
  • Liberia - Rubber wood for sustainability, job creation and economic growth

    Liberia is one of the world's most underdeveloped countries with high levels of unemployment. The ebola outbreak of 2014-2015 has further compounded the country's development resulting in increased social instability and poverty. Therefore, UNIDO aims to promote social stability, improve the human security of vulnerable people and communities, and help build a better and more sustainable future for Liberia. UNIDO's training programs provide technical and vocational training for vulnerable people, particularly youth, in industries such as carpentry, heavy equipment operation and entrepreneurship. By working with locally sourced rubber wood, an eco-friendly alternative to tropical woods, UNIDO helps to mitigate deforestation of tropical rainforest in Liberia and promotes sustainable econo...

    published: 08 Feb 2018
  • Employment Training - Motive Action's program for youth

    published: 24 Oct 2013
  • Network Africa: U.S. Issues New VISA Criteria

    For more information log on to http://www.channelstv.com

    published: 29 Jun 2017
  • World Bank Opens New Office in Liberia

    The World Bank has inaugurated a new office in Monrovia, reaffirming its commitment to Liberia's development objectives. The newly renovated offices are located in what is known as the German Compound in the Monrovia suburb of Old Congo Town. Keynote speakers at the opening included, Mr. Yusupha Crookes, World Bank Country Director to Liberia, Ms. Inguna Dobraja, World Bank Country Manager, Liberia Minister of Finance, Amara Konneh and the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Augustine Ngafuan.

    published: 19 Jun 2014
  • Creating employment

    The development of a plantation has provided the local community with a significant amount of job openings for both men and women. Hundreds of residents are currently employed and has led to an improvement in general welfare and prosperity.

    published: 03 Nov 2016
  • US President leaves Ghana for Monrovia, Liberia

    1. Convoy driving on tarmac 2. Wide of plane, convoy in background 3. US president George W. Bush, wife Laura and US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice farewelling officials 4. Bush and wife Laura walking up plane stairs, waving hands before entering plan 5. Wide of US planes, people gathered on tarmac 6. Close of US presidential logo; zoom out of plane taxiing on tarmac 7. Wide of plane taxiing on tarmac 8. Close of plane reading: (English) "United States of America" 9. Wide of plane taking off 10. Wide of plane in sky STORYLINE: US president George W. Bush left Ghana, flying to formerly war ravaged Liberia on Thursday before going back to Washington, as part of his Africa tour that included visits in Benin, Tanzania and Rwanda. In a country teeming with resources the world ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Caregiver Jobs or Employment in Pasadena

    A-1 Home Care has hourly and live-in jobs for Caregivers, Nurse Aides, Home Health Aides, Home Helpers, Senior Companions, Nannies, Hospital Sitters and Respite Caregivers. We arrange short term and permanent employment for part time or full time work schedules. Since 1991, A-1 Home Care has provided in home Caregivers and Child Care services to assist seniors, elderly, disabled and handicapped adults and children with Special Needs. We serve the communities of Pasadena, Sierra Madre, Altadena, San Marino, South Pasadena, Arcadia, Monrovia, Duarte, San Gabriel, Temple City, Bradbury, Alhambra and Monterey Park CA Call us at 626-287-0250 or visit us online at www.a-1jobs.com

    published: 07 Feb 2013
  • In Pictures - Life after Ebola

    Life after EbolaThe outbreak in 2014 caused more deaths than all the others combined since the virus was discovered in 1976.The virus affected poverty-stricken areas such as Liberia's West Point, where for many, just coping and surviving are everyday victories.West Point is a densely populated township in Monrovia. When the government imposed a curfew and quarantined the area in a bid to halt the deadly outbreak there was unrest and rioting.Eva Nah's grandson was killed by police while he was protesting at the quarantine. "All he wanted was to play football and become a mechanic," she says. "His father and mother died so I was everything to him."Years on, government compensation for his killing has allowed Eva to send four other children in her family to school.Rita Carol lost her sister t...

    published: 20 Feb 2018
  • Garcetti, City Leaders Announce Expansion Of 10K Summer Jobs For LA Youth

    Mayor Eric Garcetti and other city leaders announced Tuesday the expansion of Los Angeles' summer youth jobs program. Joy Benedict reports. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/CBSLA Follow CBS Los Angeles Here: Official Site: http://losangeles.cbslocal.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CBSLA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CBSLA

    published: 25 Mar 2014
  • Liberia: Walking in downtown Monrovia

    I LOVE Monrovia! Join us walking around downtown to do some shopping, where you can buy pretty much anything! This is a long clip shot in 2010, but will give you an idea of how amazing it is. The sights, sounds, and humanity that filled the streets is unlike anything we have here in the States. I shot this discreetly at waist-level, apologies for the shaky-cam! I truly enjoyed interacting with people and it revealed to me personally how hard Liberians work every single day.

    published: 10 Sep 2011
  • Liberia: Bushrod Island 2010

    Of all the video that I shot, this footage impacted me the most. Walk with us in and out of a very poor area of Monrovia, where a man named Abu who grew up there is attempting to bring resources back to improve life for everyone.

    published: 10 Sep 2011
  • Mazda 3 Used Monrovia

    http://www.phmazda.com Mazda of Puente Hills 17723 East Gale Avenue City of Industry, CA 91748 INTERNET HOTLINE 888.255.4931 Employment Application: http://www.phmazda.com/about-us/employment New Mazda Inventory: http://www.phmazda.com/new-inventory Pre-Owned Inventory: http://www.phmazda.com/used-inventory Manager's Specials: http://www.phmazda.com/specials/new Manager's Pre-Owned Specials: http://www.phmazda.com/specials/used Manager's Finance Specials: http://www.phmazda.com/specials/finance-specials Get Pre-Approved Today: http://www.phmazda.com/parts-service/schedule-service Schedule Service Appointment: http://www.phmazda.com/parts-service/schedule-service Contact Us: http://www.phmazda.com/dealership/contact-us

    published: 23 Nov 2013
  • Entrepreneurs help lost Liberian generation work

    Liberia's civil war left almost an entire generation without educational qualifications but that hasn't stopped young people in the capital Monrovia from turning their hand to creative money-earning solutions. From IT services to the explosive growth of motorbike taxis -- Liberians are getting back to work. Duration: 02:23

    published: 15 Dec 2011
  • Youth Career Development Program -Monrovia Christi

    This a documentary explaining a Youth Career Development Workshop Program that was launched in March 2013 in Monrovia, Liberia through the vision and support of members of the Monrovia Christian Fello

    published: 23 Jun 2013
  • Pathways to Employment Youth Workshop 2013

    Pathways to Employment Youth Workshop is an event designed to help youth in San Pedro prepare for and find employment. There will be workshops present at the event to help educate teens on the skills they need to be successful in attaining and keeping a job. There will also be many local businesses that will be available to help youth practice what is learned in the workshops. This event is free to all youth in the Harbor area ages 16 to 25 with lunch being provided at the event. Those that register prior to the event will have a guaranteed lunch. Location: San Pedro High School John M. & Muriel Olguin Campus (3210 S. Alma Street).

    published: 14 Apr 2013
  • April 17, 2007 | Monrovia, CA | City Council Meeting

    REGULAR MEETING of the MONROVIA CITY COUNCIL City Council Chambers, 415 South Ivy Avenue, Tuesday, April 17, 2007, 7:30 P.M. Councilmembers Tom Adams, Joe Garcia, Mary Ann Lutz, and Mayor Rob Hammond. Excused: Mayor Pro Tem Dan Kirby Recognition of Sponsors for the 2007 Spring Egg Hunt and Activities "A Bunny and a Basket” Proclaiming April 22, 2007 as “Earth Day” Student Liaison Rachel Jamieson CONSENT CALENDAR PUBLIC INPUT Monrovia Redevelopment Agency CONSENT CALENDAR Monrovia Finance Authority CONSENT CALENDAR REPORTS OF CITY COUNCILMEMBERS Mayor Rob Hammond (a) Environmental Policy Update (b) City Council Assignments for 2007-09 (c) Update on San Gabriel Valley Humane Society (d) Update on Youth Employment Services Councilmember Tom Adams (a) Main...

    published: 27 Apr 2011
  • Excerpts from Social Impact Tour (June 7, 2014) in Monrovia, Liberia

    These are some excerpts from the Social Impact Tour on June 7, 2014, a project jointly run by the Business Start-Up Center Monrovia (http://www.bscmonrovia.org/) and the Accountability Lab (http://accountabilitylab.org/). Apologies for the poor audio quality -- recommend using headphones. The Social Impact Tour highlights various social entrepreneurs around Monrovia, offering participants with a view of the innovative business landscape and an alternative perspective of Monrovia that most do not get to see. Social entrepreneurs visited: *Accountability Film School: a film school that trains youth to make and produce films based on anti-corruption and accountability issues *National Water Transport Service: a water taxi that provides a low-cost alternative to Monrovia's congested and ine...

    published: 10 Jun 2014
  • Roofing Monrovia CA

    The Nationwide Federation of Roofing Contractors Limited (NFRC) is the UK's largest roofing trade affiliation, representing over 70% of the roofing business by value. There are numerous well-liked sorts of roof material, equivalent to concrete, wood, ceramic tile and metallic. A roof top will be affected in all probability probably the most hurt whereas in winter and springtime. Indeed, even the very best roofing employment could also be harmed someday by ice dams or critical tempests. There are two foremost explanation why corporations use the gentle wash method; the first one has to do with the fact that utilizing high-pressure washers is dangerous to the roof because the excessive stress can easily result in damages that can make water infiltration potential. Visit here: Roofing Monr...

    published: 28 Apr 2016
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Jobs at Firestone Liberia
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Jobs at Firestone Liberia

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Learn about the important work being done by Firestone Liberia's employees, who are among the highest paid in the country.
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Desperate for work in Monrovia
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Desperate for work in Monrovia

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Twice I've seen Henry walking the streets around the NGO compound area in Monrovia, Liberia looking for help. He carries one daughter in his arms as another, named Kadi, follows in tow. He lost his wife in mid 2014. It's a bit hard to hear Henry, which is my fault. He says that he's an expert in motor vehicle spare parts. He's worked with International Community of the Red Cross for several years and has appraisals from them. He's literate and used email and internet in his past job. Liberia is still recovering from two civil wars. Electricity is scarce even in Monrovia. On top of that the ebola epidemic shut down a lot of businesses and many NGO workers fled. Schools have been closed for months. Please message me if you have any suggestions or employment opportunities for Henry (mike@ilabliberia.org). I have his cell number if you'd like to contact him.
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On Point - Monrovia Y.E.S! Program
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On Point - Monrovia Y.E.S! Program

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City of Monrovia's Youth Employment Service (YES!) Program. © 2007 Community Media of the Foothills - Monrovia, CA - all rights reserved KGEM-TV
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Project Peru-Helping build homes & employment for 500-Ben Brophy's 2013 Appeal-Your support please
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Project Peru-Helping build homes & employment for 500-Ben Brophy's 2013 Appeal-Your support please

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http://www.JustGiving.com/benbrophybbb - Hi Ben Brophy here and I'd appreciate if I could just have a moment of your time. In June I'm heading back out to the Las Laderas Shanty Town in Lima, Peru - where I'll be leading & managing a volunteer team who are completing phase 2 of our work with Project Peru - working & living alongside the locals with whom we're helping build homes.......for over 500 people. 100% of all sponsorship goes directly to the actual project which is a volunteer run charity .....& that's why I like it so much, not only because it's proper immersion within the local community whom we're assisting but because there's no consumption of sponsorship into salaries and Western overhead.....something that frustrates me about many charities! All of the volunteer team are giving of their own holiday time, paying their own air fare & accommodation and are having to raise the price of at least one home, which equates to £600 UK pounds. I know times are challenging for many and some argue that 'Charity starts at home'... but if you are able to support this cause by sponsoring us or simply by sharing this video and link on Facebook or Twitter - you'll be making a very real difference to many people's lives.. .....and just in case you doubt or question that, please, please take a moment to watch & listen to the sentiments shared by just a few of the many people we've already helped.....to them, your support has meant everything and given them a little hope....in what is often a dark and extremely challenged life! All sponsors will be credited in the post project video & report - and if you want any more infomation please just get in touch my email address is benbrophy@mac.com THANK YOU for your time....and hopefully, your support....It's cliched I know but EVERY LITTLE really does help.... on behalf of all the team & the Las Laderas Community - THANK YOU Please contribute at http://www.JustGiving.com/benbrophybbb
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Gabriel Fernadez - 78% Of Liberia's Workforce Is In "Vulnerable Employment"
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Gabriel Fernadez - 78% Of Liberia's Workforce Is In "Vulnerable Employment"

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Gabriel Fernandez, Liberia's National Social Protection Coordinator, says his country has made economic gains since its civil war but lack of job skills force many workers into informal sector jobs and "vulnerable employment." Liberia has just emerged from 14 years of civil war, so the state is still fragile. The country has made tremendous economic improvements under its new president, particularly achieving debt cancellation and creating institutions to help job creation. However, Liberia still faces a major youth unemployment problem. Many young workers are unskilled and lost out on their educational opportunities because of the civil war, and are often forced into informal sector jobs. Nearly 90% of Liberia's workforce is in the informal sector, with another 77.9% in "vulnerable employment" jobs that leave them at threat of falling further below the poverty line, and without any access to credit.
https://wn.com/Gabriel_Fernadez_78_Of_Liberia's_Workforce_Is_In_Vulnerable_Employment
Liberia - Training Helps Young Women Find Employment
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Liberia - Training Helps Young Women Find Employment

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The 'Economic Empowerment of Adolescent Girls and Young Women' (EPAG) is a pilot project that focuses on giving young Liberian women practical training to help them find jobs. It is part of the World Bank's Adolescent Girls Initiative. For more information, please visit www.worldbank.org/gender/agi
https://wn.com/Liberia_Training_Helps_Young_Women_Find_Employment
Liberia - Rubber wood for sustainability, job creation and economic growth
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Liberia - Rubber wood for sustainability, job creation and economic growth

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Liberia is one of the world's most underdeveloped countries with high levels of unemployment. The ebola outbreak of 2014-2015 has further compounded the country's development resulting in increased social instability and poverty. Therefore, UNIDO aims to promote social stability, improve the human security of vulnerable people and communities, and help build a better and more sustainable future for Liberia. UNIDO's training programs provide technical and vocational training for vulnerable people, particularly youth, in industries such as carpentry, heavy equipment operation and entrepreneurship. By working with locally sourced rubber wood, an eco-friendly alternative to tropical woods, UNIDO helps to mitigate deforestation of tropical rainforest in Liberia and promotes sustainable economic growth. In coordination with Liberia's private sector and transnational corporations, UNIDO's intervention builds long-lasting partnerships to promote sustainable economic growth. Please find out more about the project at https://open.unido.org/projects/LR/projects/160172
https://wn.com/Liberia_Rubber_Wood_For_Sustainability,_Job_Creation_And_Economic_Growth
Employment Training - Motive Action's program for youth
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Employment Training - Motive Action's program for youth

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Network Africa: U.S. Issues New VISA Criteria
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Network Africa: U.S. Issues New VISA Criteria

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For more information log on to http://www.channelstv.com
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World Bank Opens New Office in Liberia
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World Bank Opens New Office in Liberia

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The World Bank has inaugurated a new office in Monrovia, reaffirming its commitment to Liberia's development objectives. The newly renovated offices are located in what is known as the German Compound in the Monrovia suburb of Old Congo Town. Keynote speakers at the opening included, Mr. Yusupha Crookes, World Bank Country Director to Liberia, Ms. Inguna Dobraja, World Bank Country Manager, Liberia Minister of Finance, Amara Konneh and the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Augustine Ngafuan.
https://wn.com/World_Bank_Opens_New_Office_In_Liberia
Creating employment
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Creating employment

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The development of a plantation has provided the local community with a significant amount of job openings for both men and women. Hundreds of residents are currently employed and has led to an improvement in general welfare and prosperity.
https://wn.com/Creating_Employment
US President leaves Ghana for Monrovia, Liberia
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US President leaves Ghana for Monrovia, Liberia

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1. Convoy driving on tarmac 2. Wide of plane, convoy in background 3. US president George W. Bush, wife Laura and US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice farewelling officials 4. Bush and wife Laura walking up plane stairs, waving hands before entering plan 5. Wide of US planes, people gathered on tarmac 6. Close of US presidential logo; zoom out of plane taxiing on tarmac 7. Wide of plane taxiing on tarmac 8. Close of plane reading: (English) "United States of America" 9. Wide of plane taking off 10. Wide of plane in sky STORYLINE: US president George W. Bush left Ghana, flying to formerly war ravaged Liberia on Thursday before going back to Washington, as part of his Africa tour that included visits in Benin, Tanzania and Rwanda. In a country teeming with resources the world covets, US President George W. Bush sought to soothe African fears about American interests on the continent. He said the US isn't aiming to make Africa into a base for greater military power or a proxy battleground with China. The desire for Africa's vast raw materials - oil, gold, diamonds, minerals, crops and more - has a long and often violent and exploitative history. That's especially true in Ghana, a tropical, sweltering, resource-rich nation on the shores of West Africa, the first place in sub-Saharan Africa that Europeans arrived to trade, first in gold, then slaves, and now the site of a new offshore oil discovery. Bush sought to deal with suspicions about the creation of a new US Military command dedicated to Africa. African nations such as Libya, Nigeria and South Africa have expressed fears that the plan signals an unwanted expansion of American power on the continent or is a cover for protecting Africa's oil on behalf of the US. Ghana's President, John Kufuor, raised the issue with Bush during their meetings at Osu Castle, a centuries-old building that was once a hub of slave-trading and now is the seat of government in Accra. Bush denied rumours of new military bases and instead said the new command - the US Defence Department created United States Africa Command last October - was aimed at more effectively reorganising US military efforts related to Africa under one hierarchy, and to strengthen African nations' peacekeeping, anti-terror, anti-trafficking and other efforts. Bush added that Ghana's President, John Kufuor, bluntly told him in private that "you're not going to build any bases in Ghana." On China, Bush made his argument clear: that the United States is the better and kinder partner, because it aims to improve African lives while nations like China focus on commercial opportunity to the exclusion of almost everything else. In an indirect swipe at Beijing, Bush suggested that African leaders set standards such as the employment of African workers or keeping value-added processes on the continent for countries seeking to do business here - and promised the United States would meet them. But there is no question that American economic interests also matter here. On energy alone, a fifth of US oil comes from Nigeria. Ghana's oil discovery last year matters, even if it won't rival that. Ghana was the first African nation to receive a compact from Bush's Millennium Challenge Corporation, one worth 547 (m) million US dollars over five years to expand markets for crops. Gahna, a stable, relatively well administered democracy that has largely avoided ethnic clashes and played a busy peacekeeping role on the continent under Kufuor's leadership. Ghana also has cut its still-persistent poverty and is known for press freedoms but it is still dependent on foreign aid, including millions each year from the United States. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/802a0dbdc525b119ab690c0f20802ae5 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Caregiver Jobs or Employment in Pasadena
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Caregiver Jobs or Employment in Pasadena

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A-1 Home Care has hourly and live-in jobs for Caregivers, Nurse Aides, Home Health Aides, Home Helpers, Senior Companions, Nannies, Hospital Sitters and Respite Caregivers. We arrange short term and permanent employment for part time or full time work schedules. Since 1991, A-1 Home Care has provided in home Caregivers and Child Care services to assist seniors, elderly, disabled and handicapped adults and children with Special Needs. We serve the communities of Pasadena, Sierra Madre, Altadena, San Marino, South Pasadena, Arcadia, Monrovia, Duarte, San Gabriel, Temple City, Bradbury, Alhambra and Monterey Park CA Call us at 626-287-0250 or visit us online at www.a-1jobs.com
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In Pictures - Life after Ebola
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In Pictures - Life after Ebola

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Life after EbolaThe outbreak in 2014 caused more deaths than all the others combined since the virus was discovered in 1976.The virus affected poverty-stricken areas such as Liberia's West Point, where for many, just coping and surviving are everyday victories.West Point is a densely populated township in Monrovia. When the government imposed a curfew and quarantined the area in a bid to halt the deadly outbreak there was unrest and rioting.Eva Nah's grandson was killed by police while he was protesting at the quarantine. "All he wanted was to play football and become a mechanic," she says. "His father and mother died so I was everything to him."Years on, government compensation for his killing has allowed Eva to send four other children in her family to school.Rita Carol lost her sister to the disease. She used to sell food on the cramped roads of West Point but has saved enough to purchase a refrigerator and start a new business selling ice, which she hopes will provide a good living for her future.Etta Roberts works as a nurse at the Kahweh clinic, a health centre to the east of Monrovia. She usually treats around 10 patients a day for malaria and scabies.The clinic's founder, Reginald Kahweh, funded the building of the centre after losing both his parents to Ebola, saying: "Everyone had to step up to create a better society… this place was formed to remember those who died."The Ebola crisis was a shock to the Liberian health system, which was quickly overwhelmed. The country's infrastructure was already damaged by a 14-year civil conflict and the health services were struggling to meet basic needs. In response, areas of high risk such as West Point are now monitored carefully for any unusual health trends and a 24/7 duty officer can raise an alert to the National Public Health Institute if a death seems medically suspicious.J Roberts lives by the rapidly encroaching sea in West Point. After losing his wife to Ebola he started a business. "My wife was cremated, not buried, so it feels as if she is gone forever. I decided to concentrate on our four children, money is a necessity for them," he says. He sells heated water and the use of booths to wash in. His facility is of great value to the community due to the poor sanitation in the area.Despite positive advances in health infrastructure and the survivors' determination to move on, several former body disposal workers have been left in a state of limbo. Most workers involved with the burial of Ebola victims in Sierra Leone were poor and jumped at the chance of an employment opportunity that few others wanted.Mohammed Kanu was employed by the government to dispose of bodies safely during the outbreak. No subsequent work has materialised and he finds himself still tending the overgrown graves, with little payment.Burial ceremonies that involved contact with the bodies of the dead also contributed to the transmission of the disease and many workers face poverty and stigmatisation for their Life after Ebola News Today, Breaking News, Breaking news today, US News, UK News, trump news, World news
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Garcetti, City Leaders Announce Expansion Of 10K Summer Jobs For LA Youth
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Garcetti, City Leaders Announce Expansion Of 10K Summer Jobs For LA Youth

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Mayor Eric Garcetti and other city leaders announced Tuesday the expansion of Los Angeles' summer youth jobs program. Joy Benedict reports. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/CBSLA Follow CBS Los Angeles Here: Official Site: http://losangeles.cbslocal.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CBSLA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CBSLA
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Liberia: Walking in downtown Monrovia
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Liberia: Walking in downtown Monrovia

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I LOVE Monrovia! Join us walking around downtown to do some shopping, where you can buy pretty much anything! This is a long clip shot in 2010, but will give you an idea of how amazing it is. The sights, sounds, and humanity that filled the streets is unlike anything we have here in the States. I shot this discreetly at waist-level, apologies for the shaky-cam! I truly enjoyed interacting with people and it revealed to me personally how hard Liberians work every single day.
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Liberia: Bushrod Island 2010
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Liberia: Bushrod Island 2010

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Of all the video that I shot, this footage impacted me the most. Walk with us in and out of a very poor area of Monrovia, where a man named Abu who grew up there is attempting to bring resources back to improve life for everyone.
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Mazda 3 Used Monrovia
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Mazda 3 Used Monrovia

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Entrepreneurs help lost Liberian generation work
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Entrepreneurs help lost Liberian generation work

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Liberia's civil war left almost an entire generation without educational qualifications but that hasn't stopped young people in the capital Monrovia from turning their hand to creative money-earning solutions. From IT services to the explosive growth of motorbike taxis -- Liberians are getting back to work. Duration: 02:23
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Youth Career Development Program -Monrovia Christi
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Youth Career Development Program -Monrovia Christi

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This a documentary explaining a Youth Career Development Workshop Program that was launched in March 2013 in Monrovia, Liberia through the vision and support of members of the Monrovia Christian Fello
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Pathways to Employment Youth Workshop 2013
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Pathways to Employment Youth Workshop 2013

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Pathways to Employment Youth Workshop is an event designed to help youth in San Pedro prepare for and find employment. There will be workshops present at the event to help educate teens on the skills they need to be successful in attaining and keeping a job. There will also be many local businesses that will be available to help youth practice what is learned in the workshops. This event is free to all youth in the Harbor area ages 16 to 25 with lunch being provided at the event. Those that register prior to the event will have a guaranteed lunch. Location: San Pedro High School John M. & Muriel Olguin Campus (3210 S. Alma Street).
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April 17, 2007 | Monrovia, CA | City Council Meeting
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April 17, 2007 | Monrovia, CA | City Council Meeting

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REGULAR MEETING of the MONROVIA CITY COUNCIL City Council Chambers, 415 South Ivy Avenue, Tuesday, April 17, 2007, 7:30 P.M. Councilmembers Tom Adams, Joe Garcia, Mary Ann Lutz, and Mayor Rob Hammond. Excused: Mayor Pro Tem Dan Kirby Recognition of Sponsors for the 2007 Spring Egg Hunt and Activities "A Bunny and a Basket” Proclaiming April 22, 2007 as “Earth Day” Student Liaison Rachel Jamieson CONSENT CALENDAR PUBLIC INPUT Monrovia Redevelopment Agency CONSENT CALENDAR Monrovia Finance Authority CONSENT CALENDAR REPORTS OF CITY COUNCILMEMBERS Mayor Rob Hammond (a) Environmental Policy Update (b) City Council Assignments for 2007-09 (c) Update on San Gabriel Valley Humane Society (d) Update on Youth Employment Services Councilmember Tom Adams (a) Maintenance of Cal Trans Right of Way Councilmember Joe Garcia Councilmember Mary Ann Lutz Amendment of Title 2, Chapters 2.46, 2.48, and 2.52, of the Monrovia Municipal Code Relating to Residency Requirements for Commission and Boardmembers; Introduction and First Reading of Ordinance No. 2007-06 Consideration of an Advertising/Sponsorship Program on City Owned Transit Vehicles Amendment to Title 5, Chapter 5.48, of the Monrovia Municipal Code Adding Section 5.48.140 Titled "Consumer Protection and Service Standards," Section 5.48.150 Titled "Fee For Support Of Local Cable Usage," and Section 5.48.160 Titled "Special Provisions Applicable to Holders of State Video Franchises;" Introduction and First Reading of Ordinance No. 2007-07 Amendment of Title 12, to Chapter 12.48, of the Monrovia Municipal Code Adding Section 12.48.060 Relating to Appeals to the City Council; Introduction and First Reading of Ordinance No. 2007-08 Amendment to the Architectural Contract for the Monrovia Public Library with Gonzalez/Goodale Architects to Complete the Design Development, Construction Documents, Bidding, and Contract Administration Phases, in an Amount not to Exceed $830,000.00 KGEM-TV
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Excerpts from Social Impact Tour (June 7, 2014) in Monrovia, Liberia
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Excerpts from Social Impact Tour (June 7, 2014) in Monrovia, Liberia

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These are some excerpts from the Social Impact Tour on June 7, 2014, a project jointly run by the Business Start-Up Center Monrovia (http://www.bscmonrovia.org/) and the Accountability Lab (http://accountabilitylab.org/). Apologies for the poor audio quality -- recommend using headphones. The Social Impact Tour highlights various social entrepreneurs around Monrovia, offering participants with a view of the innovative business landscape and an alternative perspective of Monrovia that most do not get to see. Social entrepreneurs visited: *Accountability Film School: a film school that trains youth to make and produce films based on anti-corruption and accountability issues *National Water Transport Service: a water taxi that provides a low-cost alternative to Monrovia's congested and inefficient road transportation network *Falama, Inc.: women-run business that produces organic food products, improving livelihoods by offering employment and skills-training *Daily Talk: alternative news outlet that makes information accessible to low-income citizens who cannot afford newspapers or the internet, empowering them to hold those in positions of authority accountable *Green Center: Liberia's first waste segregation management and recycling center -- providing employment and training, as well as helping to keep Monrovia's water and land clean For more information, please visit: http://www.barefootsafari.com/destinations/social-impact-tours/
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Roofing Monrovia CA
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Roofing Monrovia CA

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The Nationwide Federation of Roofing Contractors Limited (NFRC) is the UK's largest roofing trade affiliation, representing over 70% of the roofing business by value. There are numerous well-liked sorts of roof material, equivalent to concrete, wood, ceramic tile and metallic. A roof top will be affected in all probability probably the most hurt whereas in winter and springtime. Indeed, even the very best roofing employment could also be harmed someday by ice dams or critical tempests. There are two foremost explanation why corporations use the gentle wash method; the first one has to do with the fact that utilizing high-pressure washers is dangerous to the roof because the excessive stress can easily result in damages that can make water infiltration potential. Visit here: Roofing Monrovia CA http://roofingmonroviaca.com (626) 509-8313 885 South Myrtle Avenue CA 91016
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