Where we live (9)
A Virus Without Borders: “Is Africa Fully Prepared to Embrace the Fight against the Pandemic of the 21st Century?”Friday, 24 April 2020 07:09 Written by Mohamed Cherif Diallo, Country Coordinator, UN Migration Agency - Liberia
The Coronavirus commonly known as COVID-19 has waged a war without mercy and without borders. It has left mankind asking: where is the world heading?
Ellen Step-down vs. Weah Step-down, a Lack of Sustained Economic Alternatives for Liberia - My PerspectiveFriday, 20 December 2019 14:50 Written by Amara Quardu Mohammed Kamara (email@example.com)
I have argued that in Sub- Sahara Africa most demonstrations, protests, and mass citizens’ actions are deeply attributed to rant seeking, political corruption, marginalization, mismanagement, malfeasances, pronounced deprivation of wellbeing, and unequal distribution of resources on the part of the political leaderships of the continent. These several of menaces have harnessed and continue to midwife civil conflicts in most part of Africa. Here I would build a comparative analysis between Liberia and Rwanda given the conspicuous similarities of both countries’ gloomy historical past.
Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) Executive Governor-Designate, Mr. Jolue Aloysius Tarlue, has explained that the CBL is currently incurring operational losses due to what he referred to as various inefficiencies, including a "bloated workforce" which the budget cannot sustain.
The Government of Liberia(GoL), through the Liberia Petroleum Regulatory Authority (LPRA), has announced blocks to be offered during the next licensing round. Following an unsuccessful ratification of negotiated petroleum sharing contracts (PSCs) in 2014 climaxing the last bid round, the Government of Liberia made a shrewd and progressive decision, through a robust reform process, to provide efficient institutional governance system, maximize revenue from potential petroleum resources, and promote Liberia citizens’ participation.
The story of Vahun in Lofa County cannot be told without mentioning its critical road condition as of the day of its establishment-making it independent of Kolahun District.
For one to argue about the effect of “culture and tradition on education”, it’s worth to first state the relationship between culture, tradition and education; explain their roles in society reflecting on historical perspectives in context.
Culture and tradition is practiced in every region of the world, with Africa being no exception, but what is amazing is that the belief pattern varies according to ethnic and region. African tradition and religion-culture is an integral component of African gradation school system that is being taught based on ethnic and regional belief.