KRL International

1701 K Street NW, Suite 550

Washington, DC 20006

+1 202-223-1101

About KRL

Case Studies

GOVERNMENT RELATIONS

KRL has represented the government of Liberia since Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s 2006 election. Emerging from two decades of civil war, Liberia faced a collapsed economy, high external debt, weak political institutions, and decimated infrastructure. 

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GOVERNMENT RELATIONS

An American power company, which had been contracted by the U.S. government to build infrastructure in a post-conflict country, was struggling to reclaim millions in unpaid claims. KRL was hired to execute a creative solution where litigation had failed.

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CAMPAIGNS & ADVOCACY

Less than a year prior to the general election in Ghana in December 2016, KRL was hired as a communications and general political consultant by the presidential campaign of Nana Akufo-Addo of the New Patriotic Party. 

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COMMUNICATIONS

A high-profile business leader from West Africa hired KRL along with a UK-based partner to manage communications and stakeholder relations for his holding company, private foundation, and personal brand.

 

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COMMERCIAL DIPLOMACY

An international oil and gas company pursuing new opportunities in North Africa needed to develop a social investment strategy to support country entry by generating strong stakeholder relationships and positive brand recognition.

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GOVERNMENT RELATIONS

When the Ebola epidemic hit West Africa in 2014, the affected countries – Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia – needed help raising awareness of the scope of the crisis in order to mobilize international relief efforts.

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COMMUNICATIONS

When Joyce Banda, former president of Malawi, stepped down in 2014, she became the target of a systematic campaign of slander and intimidation stemming from her anti-corruption efforts while president.

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COMMERCIAL DIPLOMACY

An international mining company faced roadblocks in implementing its mining agreement following a change in government in a post-conflict country. The new government suffered from rent-seeking behavior from disrupters who sought to halt operations.

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