Op-ed

The rising needs to address human security challenges in Liberia have influenced President George M. Weah’s decision to suggest a “Pro poor governance” agenda. This great idea has started to manifest in many outlooks which includes the given away of 25% of his salaries and benefits, minimum cut in the price of Liberia’s stipple food (rice) and now a proposal to build military hospital and a coastal highway that will safely link the Country.  These are great initiatives, that largely support human security will not only benefit Liberia but the entire region.

By

Alfred P. B. Kiadii

Written by: Moses Uneh Yahmia


Few days ago, we wrote an opened letter to President Weah informing him that, with the blood of patriots running through our veins, during his regime’s existence, we would continue our partnership with the people to ensure the attainment of their ontological vocation to become full human. As part of this historical obligation, we committed ourselves to wage a battle of truth-telling against notoriety in the republic.

By Saaim W. Naame

Sub-Saharan Africa has the lowest school enrollment in the world. Yet even in this context, Liberia’s education indicators are shocking: Less than half of 15- to 24-year-olds are literate, less than half of young children attend primary school, and about a third of children who start primary school do not finish.

Tackling The Corruption Menace Whilst Re-Building A Failed State – The Experience of Ellen Sirleaf’s Liberia

A Presentation

By: Eugene Lenn Nagbe

Minister of Information, Cultural Affairs & Tourism

Session On: GLOBAL GOVERNANCE & THE FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION

THE CRANS MONTANA FORUM

Brussels, Belguim October 26, 2017

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