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The Black Starlets have been drawn to face Liberia in the first round of the Madagascar 2017 Africa Under-17 Cup of Nations qualifier.

Coach Paa Kwesi Fabin will supervise the first leg in Accra before traveling to Monrovia for the reverse fixture. 78 more words


Leymah Gbowee: We're Hiding Our Humanity behind Our Fear

By: Nicole Hicks, PHRGE Program Intern and NU Human Services Student

On February 11th, Northeastern’s Center for Spirituality, Dialogue and Service and a host of other campus organization presented… 478 more words

First ever all-female Formed Police Unit ends its mission in Liberia and returns India

The Secretary-General wishes to pay tribute to the first ever all-female Formed Police Unit (FPU) deployed to a United Nations peacekeeping operation, which will end its mission in Liberia after nine years. 177 more words

What happens if an education system is outsourced?

The new Liberian Education Minister, George Werner, announced in January that the pre-primary and primary schools in the country will move over to be run by… 724 more words

Post-2015 Development Framework

Liberia's Rising Stars

Question, have Liberian music arrived?  If 2015 was used as an indicator the answer would be yes. Dance songs like K-Zee’s “Hitch” (click to listen… 362 more words


WFP Gives Food Ration to HLF School

Last year the World Food Program (WFP) began donating periodic food ration to Help Liberia Foundation Community School, thereby enabling the kids in our school to eat daily. 135 more words

Program Review: Anthony Bourdain, No Reservations -Liberia Entry #1

Anthony Bourdain travels to Liberia and gives a glimpse of what life is currently like in Liberia after 14 years of on and off civil war that ended in 2003. 396 more words

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