Monrovia, October 7, 2020:


The Liberia Land Authority with support from the World Bank funded Liberia Land Administration Project will conduct 3-days intensive training workshop in Gbarnga City, Bong County from the 7-9 of October 2020. The training will broadly focus on the dissemination of information on the Land Rights Act (LRA) of 2018 and the Liberia Land Authority Act (LLAA) of 2016, with specific training on land rights, customary land governance, women’s land rights, community engagement, and communications. The training is phase 1 of the nation-wide awareness on the LRA and LLA which will be followed by roll out in selected communities throughout the fifteen counties of Liberia.

The objective of workshop is to train and create awareness amongst targeted groups, including local government officials, journalists, community mobilizers, civil society representatives and LLA staff who will ultimately educate residents of communities to increase public awareness and understanding of the two laws.

Similar regional training workshops are expected to be held soon in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County; Bentol, Montserrado County; and Zwedru, Grand Gedeh County.

The LLA appreciates the World Bank for such timely support and remains committed to ensuring that the program is carried in a timely and efficient manner through its Communication & Outreach Team.

The LLA remains resolute when it comes to land related information dissemination especially on the LRA & the LLA Acts in and around Liberia which in return will remedy the numerous land conflicts and promote peace that will further enhance the economic growth and stability of Liberia.

The general public is encouraged to visit the official website of the Authority at and social media platforms for further update.


Reported By: Kweshie Tetteh - Public Relations Officer


  • Photo Gallery
  • Latest News
  • Like Us on Facebook

LLA Ends Awareness on Women's ...

June 15, 2022, Nimba County: LLA Ends Awareness on Women's Land Rights in ...

LLA Commences Awareness On ...

May 29, 2022, Nimba County:LLA Commences Awareness On Women's Land Rights ...

LLA Executive Director ...

May 22, 2022, Monrovia:LLA Executive Director Receives GAM’s 2022 ...

Liberia Land Authority ends ...

May 15, 2022, Monrovia:Liberia Land Authority ends Awareness on Women’s ...

Liberia Land Authority Ends ...

April 16, 2022, Monrovia: Liberia Land Authority Ends Three Days High ...

Liberia Land Authority ...

April 12, 2022, Sinkor: Liberia Land Authority Commences Three (3) Days ...

Message Of Condolence

March 1st, 2022, Monrovia City: Message Of Condolence

LLA Ends Regional Training on ...

February 21ts, 2022, Gbarnga City: LLA Ends Regional Training on Customary ...

  • Leadership of the Liberia Land Authority
H.E. Dr. George Manneh Weah

H.E. Dr. George Manneh Weah
President of the Republic of Liberia

Hon. Chief Dr. Jewel Howard Taylor

Hon. Chief Dr. Jewel Howard-Taylor
Vice President of the Republic of Liberia

Atty. J. Adams Manobah

Atty. J. Adams Manobah
Chairman - Liberia Land Authority

Hon. P. Bloh Sayeh

Hon. P. Bloh Sayeh
Vice Chair - Liberia Land Authority

Hon. Ellen O. Pratt

Hon. Ellen O. Pratt
Commissioner - Liberia Land Authority

Hon. J. Josephus Burgess, Sr.

Hon. J. Josephus Burgess, Sr.
Commissioner - Liberia Land Authority

Hon. Kula L. Jackson

Hon. Kula L. Jackson
Commissioner - Liberia Land Authority

Mr. Stanley N. Toe

Mr. Stanley N. Toe
Executive Director - Liberia Land Authority

Contact Information

    • Former Commerce Building,
      Ashmun and Gurley Streets Intersection, Monrovia, Liberia
    • +231 - 775 - 275 328 
      +231 - 886 - 528 792
    • This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Liberia Land Authority

The Liberia Land Authority (LLA) is a product of the policy, legal and institutional reform of the land sector of Liberia led by the erstwhile Land Commission. The LLA, established by an Act of the National Legislature on October 6, 2016, as an autonomous agency of the Government with operational independence, subsumes land functions that were performed by several agencies of government... Read details