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Education, Health Partner For Healthy Students

To ensure Liberian students learn under a healthy ambiance, the Ministries of Education and Health have launched School Health Integrated Program for Liberia (SHIP) in partnership with Sightsaver, a nongovernmental organization (NGO) working to save humanity. The program which is expected to benefit more than 2000 schools across the country will work to provide eye screening, deworming, oral and ear

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LRRRC, UNHCR Hold Retreat On Local Integration

As Liberia moves to locally integrate Ivorian refugees into Liberian host communities, the Government of Liberia, through Liberia Refugee Repatriation and Resettlement Commission (LRRRC) with the support of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) is conducting a three-day retreat on local integration of Ivorian refugees in Liberia, at the Farmington Hotel in Margibi County. Held from 20-22 November

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Getting Value For Money – CSA Making Gains In Improved Service Delivery

A huge chunk of the Liberian government’s budget goes towards paying salaries and benefits of civil servants. And so, the need to ensure a civil service that is motivated and accountable cannot be overemphasized. As part of its Public sector Modernization Project (PSMP), the CSA is working dead hard to manage performance within the public sector. In an interview, Rebecca

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Margibi Journalists Imposes Media Blockage On County Leadership

Journalists across Margibi County have imposed a media blockage on the leadership of the County for refusing to allocate fund in support of various Community Radio Stations during the 2018/2019 County Sitting held at the Kakata Administrative Building on November 14, 2018. Managers and reporters of various Community Radio Stations in the County, as well as reporters and correspondents of

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Disabled Community In Rivercess Divided Over Leadership

Cestos City–Serious Confusion is said to be booming in Rivercess over who heads the disabled community of the county. Over the past four months, there has been hauling and pulling over the leadership of the Disabled community. The Coordinator of the National Union of the Organization of the Disabled (NUOD), Mr. Samuel M. Outland is claiming to be the legitimate

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To Alleviate Flops In WASSCE, Government To Invest 500k

Liberian students rather unexciting performance in the just ended West Africa Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) did not come as a surprise to many. This is primarily due to the fact that they were inadequately tutored to meet the huge academic demands of the examination. And so, the government of Liberia through the Ministry of Education has reckoned that and

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MOE, Partners Review Education System – Vow To Make It The Best

The Liberia education system over the years received many lashes which also triggered former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to describe same as a mess – a statement that created serious debate in nearly every quarter of the country during the reign of the former Liberian leader. Nevertheless, recently, following a Joint Education Sector Review in Ganta, Nimba County, in which

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