UL Receives US Academician

The president of an American-based university-the Savannah State University (SSU), Dr. Cheryl D. Dozier, is visiting the University of Liberia (UL), a press release...

Develop An ICT Policy within Your Organization (A Repeat)

Implementing Information Communications Technologies (ICTs) in an organization is one thing, getting the organization to use it for the intended purposes it is another....

‘Get Tested Before Treatment of Malaria’

Over 600 people, mainly women and children, benefited from a formal malaria awareness campaign held at the Logan Town General Market over the weekend...

Prioritize Health Sector in Budget, Says Health Advocacy Group

A health advocacy group, National Health Advocacy Network of Liberia is calling on the government to correct mistakes that led to almost two weeks...

How Mobile Phones can Transform Health, Education and Agriculture in Liberia

Digital technology is transforming the world, and Liberia can use this technology for tremendous purposes of wellbeing in almost all the sectors that drive...

MoA Engages Local Farmers on Rice, Cassava Project

The Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) through one of its food crop projects, the West African Agricultural Productivity Program (WAAPP-Liberia) has engaged local farmers from...

River Gee County Risks Malaria Outbreak

The Deputy Director for Community Health Services Division at the Ministry of the Health and Social Welfare, Daniel S.M. Wessih, Jr., has disclosed that...

The Christian and Poverty vs. Wealth (Part I)

The questions of poverty and wealth have been with and will most likely stay with mankind forever. Jesus himself says that we will always...

ECOWAS’ Rep. Calls for Equipped Health Facilities at Borders

The Special Representative of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Commission to Liberia, Ambassador Tunde Ajisomo, has called for the sponsoring of...

MESSENGERS OF PEACE

Recently, we wrote about Partnership for Peace and Partnership building. We concluded that fully embracing partnerships and collaborative networking; either formal or informal; is...

Health Workers Return to Work

Over 5,000 health workers who recently instituted a strike against their employer—the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MoHSW)—have now agreed to return to...

Labor Ministry Empowers 300 Youths

Three hundred physically challenged youths in Monrovia and its environs are expected to benefit from the Ministry of Labor’s short-term job employment opportunity program.At...

JFK Admin Welcomes 2 Master’s Holders

Dr. (PhD. RN) Wvannie Scott-McDonald has expressly told the Daily Observer about her joy over two Master’s holders who are back to beef the...

One Billion Rising for Justice for Women

“Violence against women, violence against our mothers and sisters has reached an unacceptable level and we all must join efforts to put this to...

Ophthalmological Center to Open Soon

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf revealed that a modern ophthalmological center is to be established in the country.  This center would bring relief to Liberians...

Bethel Bishop Slams ‘Gay Marriage’

The Bishop-designate of the Bethel Cathedral of Hope, Dr. M. Wolo Belleh, has disclosed that the Cathedral has no space in its operations to...

MoA to Introduce 10-yr Agriculture Project to Local Farmers

In a bid to improve Liberia’s food security, the Ministry of Agriculture (MoA), through one of its food crop projects, the West African Agricultural...

Deaf School on ‘Needy Bed’, As Coordinator Makes SOS to All

The School for the Deaf in Mango Town, Virginia, Montserrado County is a vision perceived by its coordinator, Mr. Andrew Tugbeh. Mr. Tugbeh dreams...

MOE Targets New Practice of Corruption in Schools

The Ministry of Education’s (MOE) Deputy Edudation Minister for Instruction, Hawa Goll-Kotchi, says it has unearthed a new and highly practiced act of corruption...

Liberia Fistula Project Team Leader Praises Zonta, UNFPA for Support, As...

The team leader of the Liberia Fistula Project (LFP), Dr. John S. Mulbah, has praised Zonta International and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)...