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LIPA, FBA Signed Cooperation Agreement

The Liberia Institute of Public Administration (LIPA) and the Folke Bernadotte Academy (FBA), the Swedish Government Agency for Peace, Security and Development on Wednesday, March 6, 2019 signed a one-year cooperation Agreement.

The Agreement seeks to increase LIPA capacity to train Public Servants on the rule of law in Public Administration and Professional ethics, to support LIPA trainers apply identified methods for effective learning, and support the development of a new course curriculum relevant to the rule of law and professional ethics in Public Administration.

Making remarks following the signing of the agreement, LIPA Acting Director General Hon. Amara Kamara on behalf of the Director General Professor Alex Yonly appreciated the FBA for partnering with LIPA.

 “Today marks a historic event for LIPA to have you partner with us in the area of trying to strengthen our legal system or the areas of laws” he said.

Acting DG Kamara further assured the FBA family that the signing of the Cooperation Agreement will further strengthen the already existing cordial relationship between LIPA and the FBA.

For her part, the head of the FBA Rule of Law Program, Maria Nystedt on behalf of the FBA expressed gladness over the signing of the cooperation agreement with LIPA. She said her institution is committed to strengthening the rule of law principles of service delivery in Public Administration.

The FBA and LIPA collaboration has existed for a while and the signing of the Cooperation Agreement will further strengthen. In 2018, the FBA conducted working sessions with LIPA Management, which highlighted the relevance of the rule of law in Public Administration and Professional conduct. Training for the enhancement of internal facilitators’ skills was conducted.  Key points identified during the working session for the cooperation between LIPA and the FBA were the need to enhance the significance of the rule of law in existing LIPA courses and research and to support the development of new course curriculums in relation to the rule of law in Public Administration.

Swedish FBA Arrives In Liberia
Hold Discussion With LIPA Management

A four member-delegation of the Swedish Agency for Peace, Security and Development is in the country as guest of the Liberia Institute of Public Administration (LIPA). 

In a brief discussion last Monday with LIPA Management, the head of the Swedish Rule of Law Program Maria Nystedt said, the team is in Liberia specifically to have a joint discussion with the Management of LIPA and plan activities for 2019. 

She said, the discussion will pave the way to the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between LIPA and the Swedish FBA on Wednesday, March 6, 2019. 

Also speaking, the Desk officer of the Swedish Rule of Law Program Dominique Gorska stated that a coaching session for participants will also be included for those who took part in the Training of Trainers (TOT) which was recently conducted by the Swedish FBA recently. Dominique further disclosed that the FBA team will shortly meet with management to look at areas of priority before the signing of the cooperative Agreement.

 “Our organization in partnership with the National Security Council has concluded arrangement for the training of Superintendents across the country. LIPA and CSA are co-host for this training which takes place next April, 2019 in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County,” Dominique explained.

For his part, LIPA’s Acting Director General Hon. Amara Kamara told the FBA Delegation that in a recent meeting with FBA, LIPA already committed itself to partner with the Swedish organization in integrating the Rule of Law into its training program.

Director Kamara said LIPA being the government arm responsible for building the capacity of both private and Public Servants, believes training in all areas will help improve the performances of Liberians.

Meanwhile, the delegation which arrived in the country on Saturday, March 2, 2019 is also expected to hold discussions with other Ministries and Agencies including the Civil Service Agency (CSA) and the Governance Commission (GC).

Members of the delegation include: Maria Nystedt head of the Swedish Rule of Law Program, Emma Ostaker Project Director Rule of Law, Carl Norman Swedish Peace Archives and Dominique Gorska Desk officer for the Rule of Law.

World Bank Consultant, LIPA DG Hold Discussion
Outline Bank’s Activiti

The Consultant of the World Bank Jennifer Ljungqvist on Tuesday, February 25, 2019 held discussion with the Director General of the Liberia Institute of Public Administration Professor Alex Yonly at his Mamba Point office in Monrovia.

The meeting which started at 11a.m was the first acquaintance meeting between the World Bank Consultant and LIPA Boss.

During the meeting, Madam Ljungqvist briefed the DG Yonly on some major activities that the World Bank in partnership with LIPA and CSA has accomplished over the past years.

According to her, in 2016 the bank in partnership with LIPA and the CSA trained about 30 Civil Servants in Gender Research; stating that 16 of those trained were selected to go out to various Ministries, Agencies and Commissions (MACs) of Government to collect data on Civil Servants.

She furthers that the Performance Management System for Civil Servants was rolled out during the year in review.

“The introduction of the PMS is intended to measure the performance of Civil Servants at various Government Ministries, Agencies and Commissions (MACs),” she explained.

The World Bank Consultant noted that in 2017the Civil Servant Perception survey was released, which survey sampled the views of 2,700 Civil Servants across 28 Ministries, Agencies and Commissions (MACs) of Government including LIPA.

In response, the Director General of LIPA Professor Alex Yonly expressed gratitude to the World Bank and its partners for initiating the project on performance Management System for Civil Servants.

He said LIPA, CSA and the GC are the three institutions responsible to drive the Public Sector Modernization Project which was lunch in 2015 by former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.

He said unlike in the past Civil Servants recruitment was discretional, saying ‘with the performance Management System put in place, the recruitment process within the Civil Service will be based on merit.’

The LIPA Boss stressed that the issue of performance planning is key, and is something that all Civil Servants should be held accountable for.

He concluded added that the system will bring about motivation among Civil Servants.

Also speaking, LIPA’s Director of Research Mr. GUS Freeman said, the Performance Management system is currently on going at LIPA, with Performance appraisal forms being issued to every staff for onwards submission to the Human Resource unit. 

LIPA INTERNAL FACILITATORS BENEFIT FROM A ONE DAY TOT

Internal Facilitators of the Liberia Institute of Public Administration (LIPA) on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 benefited from a one day Training of Trainers (TOT).

The training held in the conference room of LIPA, was facilitated by the Institute’s Director General Professor Alex Yonly.

The exercise which is conducted at the beginning of every Training cycle is intended to sharpen the skills of the facilitators in handling and managing the affairs of their respective classes.

Topics treated during the training include: Adult Learning Theories, Principles of Adult Learning, Advantage of workplace training and Applying Adult Learning Cycle amongst others.

The   training brought together fourteen internal facilitators.

 

LIPA, Accountability Lab To Form Partnership
 Hold First Discussion

The Management of the Liberia Institute of Public Administration (LIPA) and representatives from Accountability Lab – Liberia on Tuesday, February 5, 2019, held discussions at LIPA’s Mamba Point facilities.

The discussions were aimed at exploring ways and means through which a partnership can be forged between the two institutions.

Speaking during the discussions, AccountabilityLab’s Country Representative W. Lawrence Yealue said, his organization thought it wise to get in partnership with LIPA because of the kind of services the Institute is providing to both the Public and Private Sectors of Liberia.

According to Mr. Yealue, they have come to discuss means by which their program can be integrated into LIPA’s training curriculum.

For his part, LIPA’s Director General, Professor Alexander B. Yonly said, his Administration takes seriously the opportunity to build a partnership with Accountability Lab.

Professor Yonly said, he is excited that the Accountability Lab delegation can meet with his Management team to discuss ways in fostering a good working relationship, noting that his Administration looks forward to such initiatives.

Also speaking at the meeting, LIPA’s Deputy Director General for Training & Manpower Development, Hon. Amara Kamara buttressed the Director General Professor Alex Yonly in pledging the Institute’s commitment to partner with the Accountability Lab.

He said, that LIPA will always look forward to partner with institutions that share a similar vision with it.

LIPA Launches Legal Unit

The Management of the Liberia Institute of Public Administration (LIPA) has launched a Legal Unit which will be cloth with all issues relating to legality.

The unit, which was launched during a General Staff Meeting, would operate under the Department of General Administration with close relations with the Office of the Director General.

During remarks at the launch, recently appointed Special Projects and Compliance Coordinator within the Legal Unit, Mr. Melvin Chineh, indicated that the idea of a legal unit stemmed from the need to have a more coordinated approach in handling activities with legal connotations within the institution. He noted that a training he attended, which called for the implementation of a change project within participants’ workplaces, set the tone for establishing the unit.

Mr. Chineh admonished all to support and work in harmony with the unit and emphasized the desire to have the unit meaningfully contribute to the Administration, Training and Research Departments of the Institution.

He thanked the Senior Management for approving the unit and expressed gratitude to all members of staff who contributed in one way or another in the establishment of the unit. 

The following staffs were appointed by the Director General Honorable Alexander B. Yonly to the Legal Unit.

 Atty Patrice Weah who is the Adviser at LIPA was appointed as head of the unit, while Atty. Thomas Neufville was appointed as Legal Counsel and Mr. Melvin Chineh was also appointed as Special Project and Compliance Coordinator.

Meanwhile, the positions of secretary and office attendant are still vacant.

The Unit was officially launched on Wednesday, December 19, 2018 at LIPA’s facilities in Mamba Point, Monrovia, Liberia.

LIPA To Launch The ‘Dr. Augustus F. Caine’ Lecture Series Soon

The Liberia Institute of Public Administration (LIPA) is to launch the ‘Dr. Augustus F. Caine’ Lecture Series (ACLS) soon.

According to the Deputy Director General for Research & Consultancy, Honorable D. Wa Hne, the ACLS is an intellectual and academic project established by the institute which will serve as a platform that generates discussions on public administration challenges and successes.

He said it will help in the areas of accountability, governance, management, government development initiatives and private sector development.

Honorable Hne furthers that the platform will provide expert and professional views based on forensic research and knowledge on selected thematic areas along with discussants that will analyze presentations and recommendations of speakers.

“The platform will expand the current national discourse; make it illuminating; unprovocative and respectful by eliminating perceptions, imaginations, presumptions, assumptions and aggressions which derail the public discourse with misinformation and unscientific conclusions,” he explained. See full text below:

       THE LIBERIA INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (LIPA)

It’s new at LIPA. It’s broad-based. It has been established. Your views and be heard with dignity, respect and credibility.

The Liberia Institute of Public Administration is launching the Dr. Augustus F. Caine Lecture Series (ACLS). The ACLS is an intellectual and academic project established by the Liberia Institute of Public Administration (LIPA) to serve as a platform that generates discussions on public administration challenges and successes in Liberia such as in accountability, governance, management, government development initiatives and private sector development.

The ACLS will bring on the platform expert and professional views based on forensic research and knowledge on selected thematic areas along with discussants that will analyze presentations and recommendations of speakers. The Platform will be conducted before live audience with questions and answers privileges.

The ACLS is intended to expand the current national discourse; make it illuminating; unprovocative and respectful by eliminating perceptions, imaginations, presumptions, assumptions and aggressions which derail the public discourse with misinformation and unscientific conclusions. It will seek to provide the environment for facts and answers to our national challenges.

Join the Liberia Institute of Public Administration every last Friday of each month at the Monrovia City Hall on Tubman Boulevard from 11:00am to 2:30pm for the: “Dr. Augustus F. Caine Lecture Series.” Knowledge is Power. Our goal is:

To perfect public administration and governance through shared knowledge and experience.

  •   To build trust and accountability through collectivity and responsibility.
  •    To create strong institutions through research and capacity building.
  •    To build unity in diversity.
  •    To benefit from the intelligentsia of the nation.
  •    To learn from the learned through conversation and dialogue.

 

NCSNL Named LIPA Boss As Director General Of The Year

The National Civil Society Network of Liberia (NCSNL) has named LIPA Director General Professor Alex Yonly as Director General of the year 2018.

Providing an overview of the program at a brief certification and gowning ceremony held in honor of the Director General of LIPA, the Deputy Secretary General of the National Civil Society Network of Liberia Kollie Ramsy Torkpah said, their selection of Professor Yonly as Director General of the year 2018 was reached at a strategic meeting held with executives of the organization.

Mr. Torkpah said, after doing a critical analysis, they realized that Professor Yonly performed exceptionally well in driving the LIPA machinery to build the capacities of young Liberians including recent graduates of Universities and Colleges across the country.

He noted that with the impact made by LIPA under the able leadership of Professor Alex Yonly in the Liberian society, he is sure that Liberia will move forward.

Responding, LIPA’s Director General Professor Alex Yonly firstly thanked the president, his Excellency George Manneh Weah for his preferment as Director General of LIPA to assist the government in driving the pro-poor Agenda.

He also appreciated the National Civil Society Network of Liberia for the honor bestowed upon him, adding that he and his Deputies were working harder than ever to promote the image of LIPA.

Director Yonly stated that the key focus under his Administration is to decentralize the activities of LIPA, noting that the Institute has succeeded in opening a Regional Training Center on the Pipeline Road in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County.

“We want to thank the UNDP, Carter Center and the Swedish Agency for Peace Security and Development for collaborating with LIPA in developing more training courses that will add value to the training program at the Institute,” Honorable Yonly asserted.

In closing, the Honorable Director General further disclosed that LIPA, with the help of the government and partners, is nearing the completion of its new home situated in Domah Town, Margibi County along the Roberts Field highway.

DG Yonly Visits LIPA Future Home
 Assessed New Facility Under Constructio

The Director General of the Liberia Institute of Public Administration (LIPA) has paid an assessment visit to the construction site of LIPA’s new home in Domah Town, Margibi County.

The visit according to Professor Yonly was to have him acquainted with the level of work being done at the construction site.

He and his team were briefed by the JNB Construction Company about the level of progress made since construction works began while on a guarded tour of the new facilities.

According to the engineers, they have been working extra hours to ensure the project is completed as soon as possible.

The new edifice when completed is estimated at 4.5million United States dollars which is an initiative of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) through its Sustainable High Impact Infrastructure for Education and Agriculture Project (SHINE).

Professor Alex Yonly along with a team of staff made the trip on Saturday, January 12, 2019.

 

GUEST SPEAKER D. WA HNE, JR. MESSAGE OF THE DAY

GRADUATION PROGRAM OF THE LIBERIA INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION HELD AT THE AUDITORIUM OF THE UNIVERSITY OF LIBERIA CAPITOL BYPASS ON DECEMBER 18, 2018 12:00 NOON. GUEST SPEAKER D. WA HNE, JR.

Hon. Director General Professor Alexander Yonly

Hon. Deputy Director General for Administration Anthony Manneh Teah

Hon. Deputy Director General for Training and Manpower Development Amara Kamara

Internal and External Facilitators Liberia Institute of Public Administration

Graduates of LIPA

Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen

All Protocols observed.

Today I have been chosen to deliver the Keynote Address at this historic event; perhaps not the first of its kind for me nor second; but certainly the most remarkable one that I may refer to again and again. You may ask why this one? My answer would resonate and sent echo waves in this building because this occasion is very special and dear to me and to the essence of nation building. I express therefore my gratitude to God first and to You, Hon. Alexander Yonly, Director General of the Liberia Institute of Public Administration for your choice of Keynote Speaker and not forgetting the Man behind this Occasion, Hon. Amara Kamara, Deputy Director General for Training and Manpower Development for his persistence and confidence in my ability to do justice to this assignment.

Distinguished ladies and gentlemen, let me begin this discourse by saying there are many challenges in life. Some of these challenges are the ones we are prepared for and some of them are challenges we may not have contemplated nor prepared for. But squarely put, this is what life is all about. Vicissitudes are bound to be experienced in the course of life. In both instances, it takes the willpower, perseverance, confidence and commitment to prevail; and it also takes a nonchalant posture to fail.

Like Sir Charles Darwin would say, “it is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.” Similarly, the road to success which you are about to take by reasons of your preparedness today will not always be achieved by the most prepared or the most intelligent but that of the most committed and the most responsive person towards change and challenges.

You have walked the road of preparation to be where you are today; to sit in this graduation hall and to be eligible to make the change that your community, your institution and your nation and society craved for. Rest assure that they will therefore look up to you especially those of you that have been sponsored by agencies of government and the private sector to transform your preparation or knowledge attained into positive and deliverable actions. What you do with what you have acquired at LIPA will determine your place in your institution’s history and by large, the nation. What you don’t do with it will equally place you at the backburner of history with no legacy or foot prints. I therefore urge you to direct your energies and education to be a point of referral when great men are being sought for to change the dark course of history. This is what LIPA requires of you.

Our nation faces herculean challenges and great men are being sought to surmount those challenges. For over a century and seven decades, we have wallowed in these challenges without collective commitment to overcome them. This has led to persistent poverty and under development. Successive governments have come and gone, but the story has always remain the same. The question is why? Let me shock you. The answer to this question lies not within the purview of our leaders alone as we strongly believe, but also in us. And so, I put forth the question. What have been our commitment, attitude and contribution as a people to change and challenges? To what extent have we demonstrated nationalism or positively contributed to the development of our state? You do not need to be a political scientist to know that when a nation lacks innovate, nationalism and patriotism, the state is affected negatively. This has been our story over the years which we out rightly reject but prefer to see and identify the faults and failures of our leaders when in reality we ourselves sit in sedentary positions doing nothing to uplift the state; depending on the state to give to us; and drown ourselves in the rivers of murmuring, criticisms, campaigns of calumny, casting aspersions on leaders, and defacing our own country internationally because we believe our country is obligated to us and not us obligated to it. When you have a land and plow not, plant not, you will only harvest grass and weeds which cannot be useful to you. We as citizens have our roles to play in national development. Our roles buttress government efforts.

Let me remind us that John Fitzgerald Kennedy challenge to Americans have transformed the thinking of Americans regarding their country. “Ask not what your country can do for you; but rather ask what you can do for your country.” That was a profound question that trigger in every American self-enterprise. They did not reject the challenge nor politicized it as we would do. What can we say about our attitudes as Liberians towards our country? What can we write about to demonstrate our love for Liberia? Are we asking this profound fundamental question that would trigger a revolutionary transformation of our country or are we projecting an attitude that takes us back to another century while nations around us are speeding into 21st century transformation?

With no doubt and question in mind, I am persuaded that this graduating class of LIPA is receiving certificates and diplomas to make a difference to the current Liberian discourse. You are instruments of efficiency and productivity prepared to build strong and vibrant state institutions. You are instruments of change; of enterprise and transformation. You are instruments fashioned to ensure the success of the Government pro poor policy. You are instruments of reliability, integrity and transparency. You are instruments of support and of unity. Indeed you are instruments to catapult Liberia to an honorable and respectable place within the comity of nation. Above all, you are the strength of LIPA, its mandate and its visibility. Deliver therefore what LIPA has taught you and you will score excellence and promotion at your various institutions.

Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen; Graduating Class: LIPA is Government premier institution mandated by Act of Legislature to build the capacity of government employees of high and lower levels. It is further mandated to study systems, policies and advice on indigenous issues that truncate governance. Our duty is to conduct research into institutional problems to determine system weakness, threat, strength and opportunity. However, these responsibilities are challenged by bottle-necks which prevents LIPA from fully performing its legal mandate. Until LIPA is given a walk-in privilege into MACs to execute its mandates without hindrances, government institutions may face capacity building and capacity development problems. This clarion call is to heads of MACs.

DISTINGUISHED LADIES AND GENTLEMEN: Permit me to speak on a greater problem that Liberia is faced with. Without fear of contradiction and persecution, let me be bold to say that Liberians have become more divisive today than ever before in the existence of our country. It appears truer than false that the change that sparked years of dichotomy and destruction has become the worst ever anticipated. This is very dangerous and counter-productive to every good thing Liberians desire. Education and enlightenment are meant to build a great nation; unite its people and not to destroy every step forward in building a great nation. The enlightened has the responsibility to ensure a nation of growth and development. The Liberian case is different. Those that are enlightened have created dark clouds over the nation and are leading the people into paths that generate division, bitterness, hate and violence. I challenge you today. You cannot and must not follow such path. You must break the yoke for Liberia depends on you. You must be seen as a case of success; a case of unanimity; a case of hope and a case of national commitment and enterprise to ensure that President George Manneh Weah’s economic and infrastructural programs succeed. You must become a product of hope for change.

Our national anthem makes it emphatically clear that “IN UNITY, SUCCESS IS SURE.” Any diversion from this national song is unpatriotic and unnationalistic. We cannot afford as a nation to speak from the two sides of our jaws if sincerely we desire the change and the development we want. At major programs we sing the anthem; but our actions speak divisiveness. We must understand that development is not a one person responsibility. It is collective and only with collectivity can we anchor on the shores of infrastructural and human development.

This collective spirit protects our national pride and we must give our lives in the process of defending it. On the contrary, we will sink deeper into abject poverty and chaos if our attitudes towards the institution of Government continue to destroy our national pride and make us a nation of jesters in the eyes of the international community to whom we run for collaboration. We cannot repeat a detestable history that mobilize the entire world on our shores. We must prove that we were in error and have learned from our bitter error.

Understandably, Liberians cherish democracy and the exercise of fundamental rights including political rights. But we must understand that it is the duty of responsible citizens to distinguish fundamental rights from political actions that stifle economic and social development and drive away nations that would assist us. We cannot be our own doom and flee to other nations that we have more respect for. We condemn ourselves if we do. For God has given us the same five senses as those nations. We must strive to utilize them. We need to understand that where our rights end, others rights begin there. Not to recognize this fact, the exercise of our rights unwisely would infringe on the rights of others and national development efforts. Fellow Liberians, though it is impossible to go back to make a brand new start, but we can surely make a brand new ending, says Carl Bard. In order to make this brand new ending, we must first remove ourselves from the culture of individualism. We must imbibe the virtue of collectivity. It is never too late to be what we might have been. Success does not consist in never making mistakes but in never making the same one a second time.

In closing, I wish to appreciate the President of the Republic of Liberia, His Excellency Dr. Dr. George Manneh Weah for his courage to brave where no other Liberian leader have braved; to cross frontiers that have been difficult for past leaders. His strength in the midst of adverse voices is amazing. It’s a God giving strength and he’s the hand of God upon Liberia’s prosperity which we must all respect. I wish to thank him for the preferment of Professor Alexander Yonly as Director General who has brought new innovation and motivation to LIPA. We appreciate the President for giving us the opportunity to be a part of this great change that is sweeping across the nation. I salute you the graduates and facilitators today. If what we have spoken here to you today are digested in good faith, you will all be a part of Liberia’s history when it is written. Walk out of here without fearing failure in doing the right things. As I leave this stage, permit me to leave with you the wise words of Francis Chan: “Our greatest fear should not be our failure but at succeeding at things in life that don’t really matter.”

 

I thank You.

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