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About the Education of Girls

“The education of girls is to become a ‘cornerstone’ of development in Liberia.” Her Excellency Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, President of the Republic of Liberia

With 121 million boys and girls out of school in the world, why focus on educating girls? 395 more words


Carter Center Helps Bolster Liberia’s Mental Health Workforce Following Ebola Epidemic 

ATLANTA — The Carter Center’s Mental Health Program in Liberia, in partnership with the Liberia Ministry of Health, has exceeded its goal of training 150 mental health clinicians by 2015, working largely in primary care clinics and hospitals across all 15 counties to provide much needed care. 255 more words


Food in Liberia: The Marshmallow Challenge

On Flag Day, which is Liberia’s independence day celebration, we ended the day with old fashioned American s’mores. Earlier we had a traditional dish of rice and peanut butter soup, and the s’mores were a sweet end to a fun day. 62 more words

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Stressed Out Queen (Adjust The Crown, It's Tipping)

How to stay positively Queenzly & Royal while stressed and overwhelm, should be a piece of advice every hard working woman needs to hear. Many aspects in my life right now have contributed to this high level of stress. 610 more words


Chimps used for research by New York Blood Center face starvation on island in Liberia after payments pulled

CHIMPANZEE ISLAND, Liberia – Eleven chimpanzees rushed out from the bush and descended from trees to the shore, making jubilant sounds to greet the speed boat bringing food. 344 more words


Life for African Mothers update

Earlier in the year we encouraged people to knit baby clothes for mothers in Africa who otherwise would struggle to keep their new-born babies warm when they leave hospital. 135 more words