A day after a damning article was published alleging widespread negligence of sexual assaults by an educational charity, More Than Me, a campaign has begun to seek justice for victims.
A damning article has been published alleging widespread negligence by an educational charity, More Than Me, in protecting its students from sexual exploitation.
Traditional leaders in Nimba are responding to increased reports of witchcraft-related crimes by calling on the government to start taking actions against those who have confessed to harming others through witchcraft.
After recent reports of increased accidents on the Buchanan-Monrovia highway led to citizens calling for authorities to do more, police in Grand Bassa have started enforcing road safety laws along the highway.
The U.S. government has responded to Liberia’s request for the Federal Bureau of Investigation to assist the government’s ongoing investigation of the reported missing billions of Liberian dollars.
As Liberia celebrates World Mental Health Day on October 10, Dr. Jerry Brown, the acting chief executive officer of the John F. Kennedy Medical Center, says health authorities should educate the public on the prevalence of mental illnesses.
With less than a week to Lone Star’s crucial 2019 African Cup of Nations Qualifiers against Congo in Brazzaville, the head coach, Thomas Kojo, has announced three additional names in his team while confirming the absence of three players.
The country director of the United Nations Development Programme in Liberia, Pa Lamin Beyai, says the Liberian government’s Pro-Poor Agenda for Prosperity and Development closely aligns with the U.N.’s Sustainable Development Goals.