Grand Bassa Community College President Suspended for Financial Improprieties

[FrontPageAfrica] Grand Bassa County -The Board of Trustees of the Grand Bassa Community College (GBCC) headed by Joseph T. Isaac announced during a press conference in Buchanan the suspension of the college newly appointed President, Dr. Nathaniel Gba…

[FrontPageAfrica] Grand Bassa County -The Board of Trustees of the Grand Bassa Community College (GBCC) headed by Joseph T. Isaac announced during a press conference in Buchanan the suspension of the college newly appointed President, Dr. Nathaniel Gbassaygee.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

ANC, Cummings Eyeing Electoral Reform for Liberia, Expanding Focus On Empowerment

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Shortly after the National Elections Commission announced the final results of the first round of this year’s presidential elections, Alexander Cummings instructed his key aides and campaign staffers to look into numerous re…

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Shortly after the National Elections Commission announced the final results of the first round of this year's presidential elections, Alexander Cummings instructed his key aides and campaign staffers to look into numerous reports of election irregularities in hopes of identifying some of the problems and issues poll watchers reported from polling stations across the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Will Bold Investment in Liberia’s Education System Pay Off?

[FrontPageAfrica] Liberia’s bold experiment in school improvement – Partnership Schools for Liberia, or PSL – saw dramatic results in its first year, but it’s unclear whether the program will survive long enough to bring desperately needed progress to …

[FrontPageAfrica] Liberia’s bold experiment in school improvement – Partnership Schools for Liberia, or PSL – saw dramatic results in its first year, but it’s unclear whether the program will survive long enough to bring desperately needed progress to schools in one of the world’s poorest countries.

Prices Continue Upward Amidst Runoff Delay

[Observer] The day after the Supreme Court ruled to put a stay on the November 7 runoff, businesses across the country began to hike prices of their goods. Many businesses are now treading with caution about importing new goods amidst the prevailing po…

[Observer] The day after the Supreme Court ruled to put a stay on the November 7 runoff, businesses across the country began to hike prices of their goods. Many businesses are now treading with caution about importing new goods amidst the prevailing political uncertainty. Only few businesses, who have braved the storm are willing to import goods in smaller amounts and would no doubt maintain the hiking prices.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Fighting Child Premature Deaths in Top Gear

[Daily News] THE Government is committed to roll out treatment guidelines, including the Kangaroo mother care approach in its district and regional hospitals to fight newborn deaths resulting from premature deliveries which currently stands at 27 per c…

[Daily News] THE Government is committed to roll out treatment guidelines, including the Kangaroo mother care approach in its district and regional hospitals to fight newborn deaths resulting from premature deliveries which currently stands at 27 per cent.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Poverty Assessment Kicks Off

[Daily News] THE National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) will conduct the Household Expenditure Survey from the end of this month to November, next year, which is aimed at establishing the state of poverty in the country. The initiative, funded by the Worl…

[Daily News] THE National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) will conduct the Household Expenditure Survey from the end of this month to November, next year, which is aimed at establishing the state of poverty in the country. The initiative, funded by the World Bank, will cost 10bn/- which is half of the costs incurred in the previous survey.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

It’s a ‘Jubilee Affair’ As Governors Paint Gakuru’s Burial Red

[Nairobi News] Governors stepped out in red ties and scarfs when they came to pay their last respects to their colleague Wahome Gakuru who until his death was the Governor for Nyeri county.

[Nairobi News] Governors stepped out in red ties and scarfs when they came to pay their last respects to their colleague Wahome Gakuru who until his death was the Governor for Nyeri county.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya