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Is Liberia Becoming The ‘Sick Man Of West Africa’?

Since the cessation of the fourteen years civil strife in Liberia and the eventual return of democratic governance with the country now proudly counting three successive presidents under three governmental arrangements, Liberia seems to be exuding signs as being the ‘Sick man of West Africa’.

Liberia: Then….Repeal Acts Creating Tenure Position

It seems former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and her Vice President Joseph Nyumah Boakai were not on the same page with the creation of tenure positions which significantly limited presidential powers and preferences as contained in Article 54a of the 1986 Constitution.

Liberia: Cover-up Crimes Years of Child Sex Abuse and Sexual Exploitation at Bridge International Academies

FOR SHANNON MAY and her husband Jay Kimmelman, the conference call scheduled with the World Bank on September 12, 2020, was make or break.

Liberia: Shared Future, Better World

Sailing through the complex interplay of geopolitical issues between Western countries, China, and Africa offers a challenging but crucial lens through which to envision a shared future and a better world.

Pentecostal Assemblies of the World 93rd Annual Conference Begins Today

The 93rd annual Convention of Liberia West African Council (35 Episcopal District) Pentecostal Assemblies of the World (PAW) Inc get underway at the Miracle Praise and Worship Center, J.J.Y Community, Gardnerville, Monrovia, Liberia, West Africa.

Liberia: Why Black Americans should celebrate Liberia’s History

The Republic of Liberia was controversial when founded by free Black emigrants from America during the darkest days of slavery.

Journalists in West Africa to Benefit from Comprehensive Training Initiative on Digital Verification and Fact-Checking

In an effort to foster higher standards of journalism in West Africa, the Google News Initiative (GNI) and DUBAWA, the respected verification and fact-checking arm of the Centre for Journalism Innovation and Development (CJID), have come together. The partnership will focus on an extensive training program specially designed for journalists in non-urban communities of Nigeria, Ghana, and Liberia.

Pan African Group Is Said To Have Acquired Liberian Lender Global Bank

Bloom Bank Africa, a unit of the group will operate the commercial bank in Liberia as deal expected to be announced first week in February

UN Report Shows Climate-related Disasters Driving Human Trafficking

The multiplication of weather disasters, which pushes millions of people onto the roads, is now one of the "main causes" of human trafficking, according to a UN report published Tuesday (Jan. 24), also mentioning the risks posed by the war in Ukraine.

Liberia’s Emirates Hospital Will Expand Access to World-Class Healthcare, Johnson Sirleaf Says

Covering an area of 80,000 square meters with all modern facilities, the hospital has a capacity of 123 beds. It has operating rooms, a modern laboratory, an intensive care unit and various specialized departments

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