How To Be An Exceptional Woman Without Even Trying

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The Shero Near You Is Not An Exception! By Marion Subah, Liberia Country Director, Last Mile Health The month of March is all about celebrating women...

Participation of Women and Not Domination of Women

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By Togba-Nah Tipoteh When there is longstanding and widespread poverty, with its attendant violence-orientation, in the midst of the male domination of women pushing the...

“We Are Still Our Brother’s and Sister’s Keepers”

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Celebrating July 26th, 2021 By Justin V. Kollie “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth…God created man in His own image; in the...

Better Money Management, Not More Money Printing

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By Togba-Nah Tipoteh When knowledge has been used to inform national decision-makers in Liberia non-violently about the need to carry out Better Money Management rather...

Restoring Africa’s Forests is Critical

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By Lewis Kihumba As the world celebrates International Day of Forests (IDF) on 21st March spotlight is increasingly on the depletion of these critical ecosystems....

Liberia Misleads on Justice at UN Rights Review

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President Weah should commit to real progress, back War Crimes Court By Elsie Keppler, Associate Director, International Justice Program, Human Rights Watch Liberia’s justice minister, Frank...

Joint Statement for the Adoption of the outcome of the Universal...

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On behalf of a coalition of Liberian and international NGOs, we welcome the outcome of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) on Liberia, which contains...

Movie Making for the Better

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By Togba-Nah Tipoteh In the drive to find a way out of the longstanding and widespread poverty in Liberia and other countries, we can take...

A Letter to President Joseph Jenkins Roberts

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Dear President Roberts, On March 15, 2021, the Nation Liberia commemorates your 212th birth anniversary as a National Holiday. This honor is befitting of an...

Mr. Road Connectivity Goes Beyond

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By Togba-Nah Tipoteh On March 13, 2021, Big Brother William Aquila Cox was buried at the age of eighty-seven on his way to Heaven. He...

Statement by Ambassador Geraldine Bass-Golokeh

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MONROVIA, March 11, 2021: On Monday March 9, 2021, my attention was drawn to information released by Talk Show Host Mr. Henry P. Costa,...

Desecrated Decoration Day: Apologetic Typical Anecdote of Present Day Liberia

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By Mwalimu-Koh M. Blonkanjay Jackson, Author, Scholar, Development Specialist Simply Thinking Thoughts In my thinking thoughts, I reflected that yesterday, March 10, 2021, was Decoration Day...

A Call for Women’s Participation in Political Leadership

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By Fahnie S. Kollie --- as we celebrate International Women's Day On March 8 of every year, the world usually gathers to reflect and celebrate...

An Eye on the Future of Women in ICT as World...

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By John OMO-Secretary General, African Telecommunications Union Today the World celebrates International Women's Day, a day traditionally set aside for celebrating the social, economic, cultural...

Treating Other People’s Children as Your Own!

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Celebrating the resilience of post-genocide Liberian youths and DATI Peace Advocates Treating other people’s children as your own is a virtuous thing to do in...

Africa Can, and Should, Decide How to Harness Its Natural Resources...

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By NJ Ayuk Pressure is building to phase out petroleum production in Africa to fight climate change. But harnessed strategically, Africa’s oil and gas industry...

COVID Vaccines and Its Power Dynamics: Where Does Africa Stand?

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By Amara Quardu Mohammed Kamara On January 30, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID 19 as a public health emergency of international concern...

Observer @ 40: Liberia in the Drumbeat to War

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 – Narratives of Daily Observer Reporter John F. Lloyd The 40th anniversary of the Liberian Observer Corporation (LOC) has come with a glaring signal of...

Remembering Lutheran Bishop Emeritus Rt. Rev. Dr. Sumoward E. Harris

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By Lekpele M. Nyamalon Monrovia- The Lutheran Church in Liberia has flipped a major page over, through the passing of the Rt. Rev. Dr. Sumoward...

Observer @40: Time for Sober Reflection of New Realities Facing the...

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By Maureen Sieh In its 40-year history, the Daily Observer has weathered many storms including five closures, imprisonment, and threats to its journalists and three...