Millennials in Liberia are taking the lead in educating their peers and young people about the history of the country’s 14 years of devastating civil war, a subject that is excluded from the syllabus in schools across the nation.
The African Methodist Episcopal Zion University has won the 2018 championship of the annual inter-college basketball tournament organized by Scorpion Incorporated, a youth organization in Monrovia.
The Mandela Institute for Development Studies has announced recipients of the inaugural batch of the Mandela Centennial Scholarship Programme, with Blessing Caine, a 2016 graduate of Firestone Senior High School as the only beneficiary from Liberia.
Broad Street’s Sports Commission will come alive on Friday, November 24 when four universities will battle in an inter-collegial basketball tournament.
A group of 120 youth have completed a two-day training in the areas of business and entrepreneurship, civic Leadership, and public management.
Recently, education providers, stakeholders, funders and the Government of Liberia, led by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, huddled in Ganta and Monrovia to discuss the future of the much-heralded Partnership Schools for Liberia’s (PSL) “Investing in Education for the Future” Conference.
Representative Prince K. Moye of Bong’s second electoral district has presented a report to constituents detailing his accomplishments over the past five years.
A Bush Chicken investigation has uncovered the cause of the ongoing water outages experienced by Central Monrovia and nearby communities in recent weeks.