Category Archives: Development

Africa: Is Transformation From A “Dark Continent” Possible Under Political Ambiguity?

By David K. Dahn  +231(0)886568666/7755466683 This article offers fresh insights into the unending frontal debate regarding political ambiguity in Africa. In my settled consideration, the pace of suffering, pillaging and stunted growth of Africa, compared to other regions of the

Cuba Awards Liberia Two Medical Studies Scholarships

The Government of Cuba has awarded two medical studies scholarships to the Republic of Liberia. The ceremony too place at the Cuban Embassy near Monrovia at the time Cubans and many people around the world commemorated the 92nd anniversary of

Toward Genuine Economic Recovery, Stability, Sustained Growth, and Prosperity

Toward Genuine Economic Recovery, Stability, Sustained Growth, and Prosperity –Causes and Solutions of Rising Prices and Swelling Exchange Rate in Liberia: Policy Paper By Martin K. N. Kollie, martinkerkula1989@yahoo.com Synopsis The Liberian economy is on life-support. The local currency (LRD) is

EPA Hosts Training On Grid Emission for Energy Sector

EPA Hosts Training On Grid Emission for Energy Sector By Kelvin Arthurs The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of Liberia in collaboration with ECOWAS Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (ECREEE) and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change

ETON LOAN AGREEMENT: A FAKE DEAL?

ETON LOAN AGREEMENT: A FAKE DEAL? By Brutus Carter Fresh revelation coming out of the Loan Agreement signed between the ETON Finance PTE Limited and the Government of Liberia shows that deal is fake.  According to credible sources that have

EBOMAF GROUP REWARDED FOR ‘AIRCRAFT GIFT’ TO PRESIDENT WEAH?

                                               EBOMAF GROUP REWARDED FOR ‘AIRCRAFT GIFT’ TO PRESIDENT WEAH? By Brutus Carter In an effort to continue

Is CDC Led Gov’t Enslaving Liberia?

Is CDC Led Gov’t Enslaving Liberia? Tom Kaydor, Guest Contributor inquires The Addis Ababa Action Agenda foresaw the danger of developing countries and least developed states’ dependence on Official Development Assistance (ODA) and warned that aid is not the fulcrum

EPA Places Plastics Pollution Under Spotlight

EPA Places Plastics Pollution Under Spotlight By Agnes M. Tarr On Tuesday, June 5 2018, the Environmental Protection Agency of Liberia (EPA) celebrated world environmental protection day. The day is set aside globally and is celebrated worldwide every year. According

Clar Hope Foundation launched in Liberia

Clar Hope Foundation launched in Liberia By Calvin Brooks The First Lady of Liberia, Clar M. Weah, has disclosed that the Clar Hope Foundation is a non-political initiative aimed at creating an equitable society in Liberia where women and children

LRA Honors EU Consultant

LRA Honors EU Consultant The Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) has honored and presented a certificate of appreciation to a departing EU consultant Graham A. Main for helping to drive the transformation and modernization of the Authority. Mr. Main took assignment