AfDB-Liberia Partnership

In its Agenda for Transformation strategy document, Liberia has laid out its plans to achieve middle-income status by 2030. Photo by: AfDB

Since the Accra Comprehensive Peace Agreement ended a 14-year civil war in 2003, Liberia has made some considerable progress in areas of peacekeeping and economic growth. Two democratic elections have been held following the enactment of the peace accord, and gross domestic product has grown steadily since 2010.

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