To operate As Higher Education Institution in Liberia, Baptist University receives Accreditation from National Commission On Higher EducationTuesday, 15 November 2022 07:46 Written by Julius Konton
Following a rigorous process, the National Commission on Higher Education has officially given green light to the Baptist University to operate in Liberia as a full flesh tertiary institution in the country.
As part of preparations to commence training at the Gateway Vocational Training Center (GVTC), the European Union and the German Government’s development agency GIZ have completed training of the first batch of instructors at a 20-day intensive workshop.
The Plenary of the House of Representatives has cited the Minister of Education Professor Ansu Sonii and the Management of Bridge Liberia to appear before that Honorable Body next Tuesday, November 1, 2022.
The Liberian Government, through the Ministry of Education (MoE) with support from World Bank, has embarked on a state-of-the-art school project in Gbarnga, Bong County worth US$1.5 million.
In an effort geared towards understanding the lives of slaves after the transatlantic slave trade, the state-run University of Liberian in collaboration with United States based Princeton Theological Seminary has begun a three-day conference.
The Prison Fellowship Liberia has officially launched a scholarship project. The project, code named: “Breaking the Circle/ Promise Path,” is sponsored by Prison Fellowship International and will include the provision of book bags, books and medical insurance for the beneficiaries.
Tabital Pulaku International Liberia donates 10k worth of Educational Materials to Schools in MonroviaMonday, 17 October 2022 07:43 Written by Staff Writer
A non-for- profits organization named Tabital Pulaku International Liberia over the weekend presented educational materials worth 10k to 10 schools in Monrovia.
The Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Cllr. Jonathan Fonati Koffa, has urged graduates of the Tubman Institute of Medical Art (TNIMA) to exhibit high degree of professionalism and passion in their medical career because the entire country depends on the health sector for survival.