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SME Partners with Building Markets to Create Culture of Workplace Safety

After 30 years of working for the Ministry of Labor, Philip H. Davis had a firm understanding of the problems employees faced in the workplace. After retiring from the Ministr... More

SME Relies on SMI-L Services to Train Staff and Form Business Connections

Athanase K. Kintiga and his wife, Augusta Davis, started their restaurant, Eden Park Cafeteria & Catering Services (Eden Park), in 2012 in Gbarnga, Bong County. Mr. Kintig... More
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Developing Business Plans: Expanding Opportunities

Peace and post-war recovery efforts in Liberia are being championed by many players, including Woodwork Shop. As its name clearly suggests, the small and medium-sized enterpri... More

SMI-L Boosts a Carpentry Business

Daniel Scott’s carpentry business, called Scott’s Industrial Construction, has come a long way since he inherited it from his father in 2006. At the time Scott was still i... More
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SMEs in Nimba County Win Contracts, Train Youth

Ganta is the busy economic center of Nimba County and the second largest city in Liberia. Situated along the border with Guinea, businesses in Ganta benefit from the cross-bor... More
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Building Markets Liberia Takes its Show on the Road

After driving for two hours on the paved road to Buchanan, the trip to Sinoe County cuts through the jungle along a red, rutted road. Between stretches of deep green foliage a... More

Going, Going, Gone Green

“When it comes to environmental issues, [what was taught today] are things I didn’t know,” said Isaac Doboyou, Administrative Assistant and Finance Officer of Liberia Re... More
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A Jack-of-all-Trades Meets SMI-L

Friday Ojo is a man of ingenuity and hard work. He began his business, Kum-Jo International Enterprises, in 2009 by selling cassava products and charcoal. But that wasn’t en... More

Building Markets Champions Female Engineer Working to Build Liberia

Ruth Coker Collins, founder of Tabitha Renaissance Engineering & Design, has been an avid user of Building Markets’ USAID-funded SMI-L services since 2013. She originall... More
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A Nimba County Woodshop Wins Clients

Ebenezer M. Belleh started his carpentry shop called That’s Jesus Again with three employees in Nimba County in 2012. He began by selling unfinished products, such as timber... More
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Buy Local, Keep Liberia Green

Building Markets is going green. Though Building Markets environmental impact is very small, certain businesses we help grow can have tremendous impact on Liberia’s environm... More

UNICEF Training: Breaking Down Barriers, Cementing Trust & Building Relationships

Working across Liberia with local suppliers isn’t just a challenge in service delivery. Many barriers stand in the way of market links between buyers and suppliers. Despite ... More

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