Eminent Clan Chief Dies of ‘Snake Bite’ in Nimba

One of the long-serving clan chiefs in Nimba County has reportedly died from a snake bite, an incident which residents said occurred right in...

55,000 Farmers to Receive Agricultural Inputs

The Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) has disclosed the distribution of agricultural inputs to at least 55,000 smallholder farmers across the country. The MOA made the...

In Search of Her Mother

Sarah, as she's commonly called around her community, says all she ever wanted in her life was the mother she had never seen before. ...

PNFC Prevents Vegetable and Medicinal Leaves Spoilage

By George Harris & Robin Dopoe, Jr. Two factors contributing to the alarming rate of spoilage of fresh farm produce are the lack of affordable...

Monrovia Threatened by Rising Sea Level, Others

-Monrovia coastal engineering assessment A preliminary outcome of a study conducted on Monrovia Metropolitan areas has depicted frightening projections of an imminent disaster, if actions...

Stakeholders Validate Draft Food Law and National Standard Act

A critical stakeholders' meeting was held over the weekend in Monrovia to validate the proposed draft food law and the national standard act...

Jake Memorial College’s Accreditation Threatened

The president of the Jake Memorial Baptist College has in no uncertain term, informed member churches of the Fundamental Baptist Mission that the National...

Finn Church Aid Helps Revitalize Poultry Production in Liberia

Finn Church Aid, an international non-governmental organization (NGO), has established chicken farms with local partner organizations in Margibi and Grand Cape Mount Counties to...

Guenter’s Orphanage Gets L$65,000 Relief

One Brother & Sisterhood, a U.S. based Liberian organization comprising 12 women and one man, over the weekend presented gift items worth over L$65,000...

USAID Project Fails to Deliver Care to Ebola Survivors?

By Evelyn Kpadeh Seagbeh and Siatta Scott Johnson The survival of Daddy Kerkulah Willie and his spouse Helena Tamba from the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD)...

Mercy Corps Trains Liberian Youths in Renewable Energy

Mercy Corps, a non-governmental organization operating in Liberia, has begun a 36-month training program for Liberian youth in renewable energy with the aim of...

Set Aside 5 percent of Nat’l Health Budget for Mental Health

A visiting Nigerian mental health specialist has urged the Government of Liberia (GoL), through the Ministry of Health, to set aside at least five...

‘Gov’t Will Pay for Independent Pathologist Hired by Odell’s Family’

Pres. Weah assures feminist group that his title, 'Feminist-In-Chief', is not for bluff President Weah has assured a feminist group that the government will accept...

World Bank Denies Claim to Fund New Fisheries Project in Liberia

A press release from the World Bank has denied claim by Madam Emma Glassco, Director General of the National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority (NaFAA)...

The Urgent Need for a National Electronic Health (National eHealth) Strategy...

z Last week I was part of a four-man delegation that attended the West Africa Regional Workshop on the Development of National eHealth Strategy in...

UN Women Push for 30% Participation in Politics

As Liberian prepared to cast their votes in the Montserrado’s Representative and Senatorial by-elections, the UN Women has recently engaged stakeholders to give serious...

National Award for Best Public School Teachers, WASSCE Students

The European Union (EU) in partnership with the National Teachers Association of Liberia (NTAL) has launched a national award for the best public school...

Salala Rubber Company Closes Operations

By Alloycious David (Freelance Journalist) Operations at one of Liberia’s major exporters of rubber, the Salala Rubber Corporation (SRC), have been paralyzed for days, because...

COMPETING IN THE RACE OF LIFE (PART SIX):

In this sixth and concluding article of the series on Life as a race and how we are all competing in it the focus...

‘Abandon Ja’neh’s Impeachment,’ Muslim Council Tells Lawmakers

The leadership of the National Muslim Council of Liberia (NMCOL), the nation’s highest Islamic body, yesterday, September 5, called on the legislature to abandon...