Liberia Progress Report 2015-2017
In Spring 2017, the Independent Reporting Mechanism (IRM) published the progress report for Liberia’s second action plan. The report covers the development and first year of implementation of the action plan July 2015 through June 2016.
This report was prepared by the IRM staff under the supervision of the IEP.
“Liberia’s second action plan addressed a wide range of issues such as justice reform, Freedom of Information laws, land governance, community engagement, and financial transparency. The government took major steps toward opening land ownership data and improving aid transparency. Many commitments saw limited completion, however. To improve implementation, the government could coordinate with international partners and assign responsible officials across ministries and agencies.”
The final version of the report below. The two-week public comment period ended on 19 May 2017.