‘Work To Modernize Liberia’ Students Urged

A United States-based Liberian educator has admonished graduates of the Richard M. Nixon Institute to work collectively for the modernization of Liberia. Dr. John T. Wulu, Jr., Chairman of the John and Minnie Wulu School...

Liberian Student Wins Prestigious International Agriculture Investment Fellowship

Ambulah Mamey, a Liberian student concentrating in Agricultural Development and Environment in the Development Management Program at American University, Washington D.C, has won the 2018/2019 Kirchner Food Fellowship; the world’s most prestigious and innovative...

Report: Countries Losing $30 Trillion For Not Educating Girls

Limited educational opportunities for girls and barriers to completing 12 years of education cost countries between $15 trillion and $30 trillion in lost lifetime productivity and earnings, says a new World Bank report launched ahead of the July...

Governance Commission Holds Dialogue on Currency Crisis

  The Governance Commission has announced it will hold a Policy Dialogue on the state of the country’s currency today on the theme “Factors impacting Liberia’s Foreign Exchange rate Regime”. The Dialogue will be held at...

Swedish Envoy Inspires Young Liberian Readers

Ambassador Ingrid Wetterqvist of the Embassy of Sweden accredited near Monrovia participated in Youth Exploring Solutions’ Reading Enrichment Program as part of the voluntary grassroots and youth-led development organization Guest Reader Initiative. The Swedish Envoy...

Red Cross, PUL Hold Media Training

A three day humanitarian reporting and first aid training for 14 community radio journalists has ended in Saniquellie, Nimba County. Held under the theme: "Making our stories count; integrating humanitarian reporting in radio broadcasting,"...

World Lebanese Cultural Union Begins Dialogue With Law Students

  The World Lebanese Cultural Union of Liberia (WLCU), yesterday, July 2, initiated a process of dialogue with faculties and students at the Louis Arthur Grimes School Law at the University of Liberia. The Lebanese Community...

Weah Surrenders 25% Salary to Teachers

President George Weah has directed that the 25% he declared deducted from his salary and benefits on 29 January this year be remitted into the accounts of the National Teachers Association of Liberia (NTAL)...

George Weah: Union Say Dem No Get 6,000 Teachers to Borrow Liberia

Editor’s Note: Following President George Weah’s request to the Federal Republic of Nigeria to send 6,000 teachers to Liberia, the Bayelsa State Chairman of the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT), told BBC News...

Academic Crime Court For Corrupt Teachers

President George Weah’s Minister of Education-designate Professor D. Ansu Sonii Wednesday prayed for legislative backing to create academic crime court for corrupt public schools administrators. “We’re coming to you Senators to create academic crime court...