USAID has turned over a recently built laboratory to the administration of the Grand Bassa Community College.
As the dialogue on electoral reform resonates with Liberians, iCampus has streamed three short films focusing on three key electoral reform issues.
The Bush Chicken has maintained its prominence as a quality news outlet in Liberia, with its reporters winning three excellence awards from the Press Union of Liberia.
Nearly six months since the Liberian government announced an agreement with Prista Oil Holding EAD to develop the Port of Buchanan, an investigation suggests that the pending agreement may violate public procurement laws.
The House of Representatives is yet to commence discussions on the 2019 draft national budget, more than two weeks since it received the document.
Citizens and civil society leaders in Grand Bassa have embraced the need for electoral reform amid current laws that do not conform to current day realities.
Citizens residing across Margibi have expressed frustration over the limitation of laws on the election of public officials and are calling for reform.
Efforts to reconstruct the damaged bridge leading to Grand Bassa Community College appear to have suffered a setback as Sen. Jonathan Kaipay has announced that the US$350,000 set aside by USAID to assist the government in constructing the bridge has been diverted to another project.