Education Minister George Wernerâ€™s latest move to partner with private institutions to improve the quality of Liberiaâ€™s education system has been met with intense resistance from many individuals and groups. In an exclusive interview with The Bush Chicken, the Minister clarified some of the misconceptions about his approach.
The Bush Chicken interviewed Minister of Education George Werner about his proposed Partnership Schools for Liberia initiative. During the interview, Werner had the opportunity to address some of the top critiques about his program.
MONROVIA, Montserrado â€“ The Director of the Legislative Information Service at the Liberian Legislature, McCarthy Weh, has submitted a proposal to the leadership of the Liberian Senate and the House of Representatives seeking a comprehensive reform at the Liberian Legislature.
With billions of dollars at stake each year in Africa, governments â€” both on the giving and receiving ends â€” need to scrutinize non-governmental organizations and charities.
The Liberia Youth Network, also known as LIYONET, held a memorial ceremony for Ebola victims in Dolo Town on Wednesday.
To say that Liberiaâ€™s electricity situation is lacking is an understatement. About 10 percent of urban residents and less than 2 percent of rural residents currently have access to electricity â€” and the bulk of that is self-generated using generators and expensive imported fuel. The most common form of energy in Liberia is “biomass” such…
In continuing support of Liberia’s post-war reconstruction, the United States Aid for International Development has reaffirmed commitments to working in pursuit of Liberiaâ€™s recovery initiatives. The agency has committed to building 450 km of road in Nimba, Bong, Lofa, and Grand Bassa,
In the wake of increased cases of rape over the last two months, womenâ€™s rights groups are demanding the death sentence for convicted rapists.