Vast Land, Yet Immense Hunger

Bong, Nimba and Lofa Counties were once considered the “bread baskets” of Liberia prior to the outburst of the civil crises that lasted for...

Local Farmers Organization Makes SOS Call

A local farmers’ organization in Weala, Margibi County has launched an SOS call to the Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) and non-governmental organizations working in...

2 Liberian Youths Participate in African ICT Week

The 2013 African ICT Week has started in the Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa , the event converged  ICT and technology industry players to...

Market Women: The Backbone of the Liberian Economy

Despite the challenges they face on a daily basis, women have continued to play a vital role in every sector of the country. Women...

‘Academic Felony’ Bill Insight

 The vice president for Academic Affairs and Provost of the University of Liberia, Dr. Wede Elliott-Brownell, wants laws enacted to curtail academic malfeasance and...

UL Clears 1,316 for Graduation, 985 Dropped

Of the 2,301 candidates that applied for graduation at the University of Liberia’s (UL) 95th Commencement Convocation, only 1,316 were qualified; 985 applicants were...

‘Be Vigorous As Diplomats’

 The Minister of Foreign Affairs (MFA), Augustine Kpehe Ngafuan, has urged graduates of the Foreign Service Institute (FSI) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs...

When the Boughs Break: Liberia’s Educational Crisis

That the government of Liberia, and by default the Ministry of Education, has abdicated its responsibility to educate our children is an understatement.  Every...

Going Beyond the Call of Duty to Assist the Poorest of...

 When a group of women arrived unannounced at the head office of the Foundation for Women Liberia (FFWL) in Monrovia one sunny afternoon in...

Peri-urban Farmers Face Land Crisis

More than 100 farmers engaged in agriculture activities on a 75-acre swamp land in Zubah Town, Duport Road, Paynesville, are likely to cease from...

Females Tackle SEA in Media

 Female journalists in the media under the banner of FEJAL, gathered Tuesday, December 10,  to brainstorm on fighting Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (SEA) at...

A Few Things to Consider When Purchasing a New Laptop

While tablets get all the attention these days, many people still can only afford laptops and are more comfortable using laptops than tablets. But...

Youth Empowerment Tied to National Development

The Mission Director of the U.S. Agency for International Development in Liberia, John Mark Winfield, says youth learning and empowerment are key to the...

‘Normal Activities’ Resume at UL

The Administration of the University of Liberia (UL) has, with immediate effect, and with the approval of the Board of Trustees, announced the formal...

Lack of Chairs, Other Facilities, Affect Learning

Learning activities for more than 3000 students at the John Wesley Pearson (J.W. Pearson) Elementary, Junior and Senior High School in Ganta, the commercial...

INSIDE CRC: ISSUES AND STRIDES

The Constitution Review Committee (CRC) has taken a major stride towards achieving its mandate. At a Buchanan consultative meeting hosted by the CRC, registered...

Jersey Int’l Donates Educational Material to At-risk Students

Over 300 students at the Willie Billie Memorial Academy, located on 8th Street Sinkor, were proud recipients of assorted educational materials including a desktop...

‘Discuss Health Issues with Your Peers’

Madam Irene Sherman, officer-in-charge of the Soniwein Clinic in Monrovia, has reminded the youth to get involved in the discussion of health issues, and...

Leigh-Sherman College Graduates 23

The Leigh-Sherman Community College and Executive Secretarial School on Sunday, November 17, graduated 23 students in a grand style at the Monrovia City Hall.The...

Automate Your Human Resource Management Processes with OrangeHRM Software: It’s Free...

A few weeks ago, I wrote an article questioning the purpose of having an IT department when none of your entity’s business processes are...