The NAPAS Project is to ensure that every Liberian and Foriegn National has unique a address, where he or she can be easily contacted and reached in terms of postal service delivery, security, socio-economic activities, health, as well as Solid Waste Management.


⦁ Expedited Mail Service (EMS)
⦁ Parcel
⦁ Packets
⦁ letters
⦁ Regular Mail :
⦁ Parcel
⦁ Packets
⦁ Registered Letters
⦁ Express Letters
⦁ Ordinary Letters
⦁ Mail Insurance : Insurance on parcels, packets , Express Letter, Registered Letters & EMS mailable items
⦁ Institutional Mail Delivery Services
⦁ Home Mail Delivery Services
⦁ Diplomatic Pouch Services
⦁ Drop Bag Service
⦁ Locked Box Service

Our Services

To provide postal services throughout the country and beyond.
2. To serve as well as subscribers of all communication facilities in Liberia.
3. To provide administrative policy as well as guidelines for postal services and Telecommunications.
4. To serve as the bridge between the Liberian Government and the International Community in the areas of Postal and
Telecommunications Services.


Dr. Norkeh off to New York to attend Investment Conference

The Minister of Posts and Telecommunications and the Postmaster General, Dr. Federick B. Norkeh will be heading to the USA to attend an investment conference in the latter part of this month.

Three MoPT staff travel to Tanzania for Training

The Ministry of Posts and Telecommunication recently sent three of its staff for training in the postal operations areas in Dares Salem, Tanzania.

Liberia Gets Internet Exchange Point

The Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications in collaboration with other stakeholders in the Liberia ICT sector recently dedicated Liberia's first and only Internet Exchange Points (IXP).

eLiberia (PMO) begins a robust in-house capacity building program.

The eLiberia Office, formerly the Project Management Office has begun a series of in-house training initiatives intended to build the capacity of personnel at the Ministry.