The Center for National Documents and Records Agency (CNDRA) Director General C. Neileh Daitouah has disclosed plans that the National Archives will this Friday embark on a ten day nationwide assessment visit around the country.
CNDRA Director General C. Neileh Daitouah said the purpose of the assessment visit is to assess Outstation Registries challenges and solicit the requisite funding from both central government and the National Legislature to save the Agency substructure from going down the drain.
His first leg nationwide tour will see some senior officials of the Agency visiting CNDRA Outstation Registries or facilities in Grand Cape Mount, Carreyburg, Margibi, Bong, Nimba, Grand Gedeh, Grand Kru, Sinoe, and Maryland counties between now and April 19, 2018.
The National Archives Director General further explained that the countrywide appraisal tour will start this Friday April 6, 2018 with a visit to the Tubman Center for African Culture (TCAC), located in Robertsport City Grand Cape Mount County which is situated in Western Liberia.
Mr. Daitouah and Team of officials will initially asses the ruins of the TCAC building in Robertsport City and take notes for further actions.
Years ago, the Tubman Center for African Culture was built for the purpose of conducting research on African Culture and other information of historical values.
During its prewar status, students and historians came from Africa and the world to the TCAC for research purposes.
He emphasized that a comprehensive report will be presented to President George Weah, the 54th Legislature, Media and Public upon completion of assessment visit across Liberia.
Following his confirmation, CENDRA Director General C. Neileh Daitouah promised to decentralize and strengthens the services of the entity especially the issue of National and children libraries, archives center and oral history collection as well as the issuance of marriage certificates around the country.
By Kaipee Luther Newray