Monthly Archives: November 2018

President Weah Extols Internet Power, Bemoans Negative Use

President George Manneh Weah has underscored the progressive and positive impacts the Internet is having on the new world order, describing it a platform that has propelled and accelerated innovation in all facets of life. In an exhilarating speech Monday, November 12, 2018, at the Internet Governance Forum organized by the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in

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BRYF And Partners Host Second Edition of 5K Run For Change And Fun Walk 2018 In Liberia

The Bill Rogers Youth Foundation (BRYF) and partners are expected to host the 2nd edition of the “5K Run for Change and Fun Walk” race in Monrovia soon. The 2-days event, the Run/Walk will be held on November 29, 2018 followed by an Awards/Dinner on November 30, 2018 in Monrovia under the theme “Building Liberian Youth Future Together”. According to

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WFP Begins Nutrition Sensitive Workshop In Bong

The World Food Programme WFP has begun a three-day Smallholder Agriculture Development Project Nutrition Sensitive Workshop in Gbarnga, Bong County. The Smallholder Agriculture Development (Project SHAD-P) is a Japanese Government food aid initiative through the World Food Programme that aims at supporting smallholder farmers in Liberia. The project main goal is to promoting resilience agriculture practices for staple food production.

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Anti-Same Sex Marriage Bill Surfaces At Liberian Legislature

Monrovia: A bill to criminalize Same-Sex Marriage in Liberia has been resubmitted at the plenary of the House of Representatives for further action. The Bill was contained in a letter from Lofa County District #3 Representative Clarence Massaquoi which was read in the 5thday Sitting of the Extraordinary Session of the House of Representatives. Unlike the west where Homosexuality is

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Volleyball Federation Gave Moiffe Kanneh Another 4-Year term

Stakeholders of the Liberia Volleyball Federation (LVF) have re-elected embattled leader, Moiffe Kanneh and his two Vice Presidents to stir the affairs of the local volleyball for another four years. The Stakeholders and clubs of the LVF at the weekend elected Cllr. Kanneh and a new team of leaders to manage Volleyball Sports in Liberia. Volleyball games have been at

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