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African leaders are in London to seek economic opportunities 

Ten African Heads of State are in London for a two-day business summit. The Global African Investment Summit is a platform for African presidents, and ministers, to put forward their perspective strategies on how they will create a safe environment to stimulate sustainability and inclusive growth in their countries. 273 more words

PEGAS rescues two chimpanzee orphans in Liberia – Part I

Part of the PEGAS mission is to rescue captive great apes held in deplorable conditions and relocate them to a sanctuary. So earlier this year when PEGAS received an email from an expatriate working in Liberia asking if we could help save infant orphan chimpanzees in Monrovia, we arranged to go take a look to assess what the situation was. 1,738 more words


Natasha's Study: Mighty Be Our Powers

Mighty be Our Powers:How Sisterhood, Prayer, and Sex Changed a Nation at War


Authors: Leymah Gbowee, Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, with Carol Mithers… 1,098 more words

Natasha's Study

CECAFA Cup 2015: Djibouti 0-4 Sudan

Friday 27th November 2015
CECAFA Cup Group C
Bahir Dar Stadium, Bahir Dar, Ethiopia

Djibouti 0-4 Sudan

A hat-trick from Sudanese striker Athar El-Tahir consigned Djibouti to their third successive defeat in the CECAFA Cup group stages in Ethiopia. 288 more words


Mundipharma demonstrates efficacy of BETADINE formulations against Ebola Virus

Keeping hands clean effective in checking Ebola, says virologist

Dr. Maren Eggers, the virologist http://bit.ly/21o9KDQ

woman washing her hands http://bit.ly/1Xr0xeu

Ebola virus disease has been keeping the entire healthcare community to ransom the whole of last year. 387 more words


Dan Passport Masks of Liberia (Part 1)

“The Dan people carried small masks (less than 20 cm high) which are sometimes called “passport” masks. Several have two small holes on the top to be worn as amulets. 274 more words

2nd Year

Former Auditor General: "President Sirleaf Will Leave Liberia Bankrupt and in the Worst Economic Condition"

Liberia’s former Auditor General, John S Morlu has made another bold prediction, warning Liberians that President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf will leave the country bankrupt and in the worst economic condition she met it when she came took office. 4,383 more words