The European Union Delegation in Liberia has unveiled an opportunity for Liberian students to study in Europe through the Erasmus Mundus Masters Union’s scholarships.
The National Public Health Institute of Liberia and the World Health Organization have responded to new reports of at least two cases of Lassa fever in the country.
Liberia has taken part in global efforts to ramp up national preparedness to respond to sudden bacterial or viral outbreaks on the continent. At least 16 African countries are part of this year’s two-day simulation exercise aimed at responding to the outbreak of a potentially deadly communicable disease in the region.
The Kennedy Hope Foundation has provided over 150 students in Gbarpolu with scholarships.
A source within the Liberty Party has confirmed to The Bush Chicken that the party’s former standard-bearer, Charles Walker Brumskine, died from complications related to prostate cancer.
Gregory O.W. Coleman, the director-general at the National Bureau of Concessions, resigned on Nov. 24, citing insurmountable challenges at the bureau.
President George Weah’s promise of ‘Change for Hope’ is hitting a mound as key officials of his government resign over frustrations of internal discord and unmet expectations similar to those which bedeviled past administrations.
Road safety experts in Liberia often blame traffic accidents in the country primarily on the use of defective vehicles and the lack of knowledge of safe road usage by drivers. However, a Liberian journalist is shifting attention to the compromises by officials such as police officers.