SMART Liberia officially launched its Sustainable Development Goals Tour on March 17, 2017 at the Monrovia Christian Fellowship with support from the Open Society Initiative for West Africa.
Several parents are protesting the refusal of authorities of the Kendeja Public School, located on the Robertsfield Highway, to enroll their children.
Liberia’s first post-war recycling company has won a prize in a business plan competition organized by the World Bank’s office in Liberia.
In the small community of Barclay Farm on the outskirts of Firestone, a new maternity clinic has been declared open. The Lisnow Maternity Clinic formally opened for operations on April 30th during a festive ceremony attended by community members, most of whom are retirees of the Firestone Rubber Company.
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.