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TFA’s Benefits Extend Well Beyond Cutting Red Tape

Late last month, the World Trade Organization celebrated the entry into force of the Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA), a global effort to streamline government procedures governing international trade. 1,250 more words

Global Economy

How to Provide Education for Millions Where There Are No Teachers

Nigeria, a country in West Africa, will be the third most populous nation in the world by 2025. A more dubious data point is that many Nigerians will be young, illiterate and jobless. 643 more words


If I Was Leader of My Country, This Is What I'd Do

More than half the world’s population is under 30 years old. This prompted the World Economic Forum to make an unprecedented, large-scale survey with a goal of determining the mindset of this young generation. 1,415 more words


Meet Dyutoe Blaye, Wahjay-STEM Student

Click below to hear Dyutoe’s testimony of having this program at his school. He brags about the facilities enjoyed via the program and the knowledge that he has in comparison to the friends in his community:


Responsibility and discomfort

Giewee Hammond grew up in New Jersey and now is a Data Scientist in Houston, TX. In September 2017, she visited her family’s homeland of Liberia to formally introduce Wahjay-STEM to the Liberian community and the Liberian Senate. 471 more words


Requesting more from teachers who need more for themselves

Teaching in a school with limited or no prior training to use the national curriculum, where the salary is not guaranteed, there is no electricity, the internet, classroom books, and to which students carry a load of complex needs beyond education can be challenging. 381 more words