Dr. Dougbeh Chris Nyan Wins 2017 African Innovation Special Prize Award for Social Impact
Liberian scientist and medical doctor, Dr. Dougbeh Chris Nyan has won the prestigious Innovation Prize for Africa Award for Social Impact. Dr. Nyan won the award for his invention of a medical test that can detect and identify many infections in less than one hour using one test.
France: RECOMMITS TO ASSERT INFLUENCE ON THE WORLD
French Ambassador Joel Godeau did not mince his words on the importance of Bastille Day that is celebrated throughout the French Republic with cultural and patriotic flare.
THE MFDP SAGA: IS AMARA KONNEH A SAINT?
Access to finance continues to be promulgated as a serious stumbling block to the growth of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Liberia that would spur inclusive growth and get the country’s economy recovery efforts back on track.
Orange Launches 4G LTE Outside of Monrovia
Staying true to its promise that the company would make significant investments in expanding its high speed internet outside of the nation’s capital, Orange Liberia has officially launched Liberia’s fi rst 4G LTE network outside of Monrovia.
Weekend Community Magazine: The Fate of 30,000 on Peace Island
The community is located in the Township of Congo Town and it is referred to as either Peace Island or 540. While the overwhelming number of the residents prefers their community to be known as Peace Island, others, particularly non-residents are fond of identifying the community as 540.
Liberia-China: Walking Together to Go Far
The insidious Ebola scourge of 2014 gave the Chinese government an important avenue to demonstrate its solidarity with Liberia then ravaged with thousands of deaths. The Chinese government sent a planeload of support to build one of the most efficient Ebola Treatment Units (ETUs) at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex.
UREY’S FACTOR IN 2017 POLLS
Since his meteoric rise to affluence, the public has been keeping close tab on businessman cum politician Benoni Wilfred Urey especially for his uncompromising desire to always reach out to the needy. Bob Ben, as he is a ectionately called, has come under stern attacks from his opponents particularly the ruling Unity Party.
MACDELLA COOPER: Angel in the Wings
Whoever thought Ms. MacDella Cooper, who was rejected by the Union of Liberian Democrats (ULD) as its presidential candidate’s dream could have ended for the October 10 presidential elections could be living in a dreamland as she has resurfaced at..
Respecting The Rule of Law: LIBERTY PARTY LEADS BY EXAMPLE
Months before the October 2017 polls, Liberty Party Vice Presidential Candidate, Harrison Karnwea has already started to show respect for the rule of law and due process irrespective of cloud that hovered over his chance of participating in the democratic process.
LIBERIA AIRPORT AUTHORITY - ROBERTS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT’S MODERNIZATION PROGRESSES
The RIA Runway Rehabilitaion Project is inanced through loans totaling US$30 million from The Saudi Fund and the Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa (BADEA), including funds from the Government of Liberia.
GIVING LIFE LWSC Strives to Overhaul Liberia’s Water Systems
Every Liberian knows the saying “water is life.”But, a majority of Liberians still do not have access to safe drinking water since the onset of the civil war. Ask around and one will  nd that many average Liberians have not actually seen water running out of a faucet and the number of Liberians who don’t have access to safe drinking pipe borne water is unprecedented.
LIBERIA’S PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION:Why No Candidate has it in the Bag?
In a society where poverty is acute, persistent and widespread, political parties...
DR. J. MILLS JONES: RIDING ON LIBERIA BEING THE LAND OF   POSSIBILITIES
If there was one person whose perceived goal to run for President caused almost a heart attack to certain members of the government, it was Dr. Joseph Mills Jones.
NEC: MANAGING 2017 ELECTIONS IN EXPECTATION OF THE LIBERIAN PEOPLE
October 10, 2017, is a special day for Liberians that Presidential and Legislative Elections should set the pace for the new leaders that Liberians are banking on their dreams for nation building and economic progress.
The Road To Elecions: NEC Reassures Commitment to Free, Fair, and Transparent Elecions
The National Elections Commission is ruffling feathers to ensure that the ensuing presidential and representative polls are free, fair and transparent in spite of the attending challenges that exist in the buildup to October 10, 2017.
Working to Increase Gender Participation, including the Marginalized
Gender mainstreaming is one of the areas heavily concentrated by the National Elections Commission (NEC). As in most developing nations where gender equity and sensitivity have been a major challenge, the NEC in 2011 created a Gender Section in order to streamline gender equality in all of its electoral processes.
The Commissioners at the National Elections Commission, NEC
The audacity to stay the course during these critical moments in Liberia’s democratic history as Liberians go to the polls is not a walk in the park -it takes the collective e ort of everyone serving as manager of the country’s electoral process.
ECOWAS Network of Electoral Commission (ECONECT) Visits with Civil Society Organizations and the NEC
A delegation from the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Network of Electoral Commissions (ECONECT) met with Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) to acquaint them with issues they have observed while visiting with various stakeholders.
President Ouattara Gets Liberia’s Highest Honor
In the truest sense of neighborliness that has metamorphosed into a diplomatic family bond, President Alassane Dramani Ouatta was showered with “Most Venerable Order of the Knighthood of the Pioneer of the Republic of Liberia with the Knight of Grand Cordon”
170 Years Later: MANY CRY FOR LIBERIA’S UNDER DEVELOPMENT
July 26, 2017, will mark Liberia’s existence as a nation for 170 years and compare the country to neighboring states in development and human capacity building.
Herman Browne: A Different Challenge for Nation Building after 170 years
Whether Liberians like it or not, October 10 is the day of national decision to vote for their compatriots who have thrown in the challenge to lead the nation for the next six years and Rev. Herman Browne, the orator of the July 26 Independence Celebration of the country’s 170 years made that clear.
THE SEARCH FOR LEADERSHIP IN LIBERIA & THE QUEST FOR REFORMS Vice President Joseph Nyuma Boakai, the Best Alternative for Liberia
Judging from the number of presidential aspirants and political parties, it seems that the voting population will have to work.....
GEORGE M. WEAH: THE HUMAN MAGNET AND YOUTH IDOL
Senator George Manneh Weah’s time to lead the country, his supporters say, will materialize in the October 10, 2017, Presidential and Legislative elections. In the two elections of 2005 and 2011, Senator Weah came second to the eventual winner, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.



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