The Ministry of Health’s Mental Health Unit, along with international and local partners, recently met in Gbarnga to validate Liberia’s 2016-2021 strategic plan for mental health.
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The grounds of the Temple of Justice on Wednesday was a scene of drama and tension as two senior government officials, Senator Varney Sherman and House Speaker Alex Tyler, appeared in court over bribery allegations named in the recent Global Witness report.
The Prayers Network for Women Empowerment, a local Christian women’s organization, stated that it is working to raise up “God-fearing leaders” to lead the country following the 2017 Presidential and Legislative elections.
If you are like us, you probably read the news, a lot. And lately, you know that Liberia has dominated the news with reports on its battle against Ebola. But do you know these 25 little nuggets of truth about the country?
This past weekend, seven young Liberian entrepreneurs traveled to Ghana for a technology conference that brought together 100 young entrepreneurs from across West Africa. The Bush Chicken spoke with James Mulbah at the end of the conference to get his feedback and advice for Liberian entrepreneurs.
Following the killing of a commercial motorcycle rider, tension has built up between motorcyclists and officers of the Liberia National Police on Duport Road. The motorcyclists allege that their colleague was killed by a policeman.
Ahead of an African Cup of Nations qualifications match against Togo on June 5, Lonestar’s Coach James Salinsa Debbah has announced a list of 24 players for the crucial clash.
At least since the 2005 and 2011 elections, Liberian newspapers have been running editorials and op-eds claiming that we have way too many political parties.
Fresh-faced and bursting with energy, the up-and-coming lifestyle journalist Othelia Joy Marwieh is steadily carving a lane for herself on the Liberian media scene.