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Headline News from Liberia

Eight Hundred Thousand Dollars Chinese Grant to Enhance Teachers' Education in Liberia.
Written by Isaac C. Yeah   
Tuesday, 22 April 2014 16:58

University of Liberia, KRTTI,ZRTTI and WRTTI to benefit ICT training.
(APRIL 22,2014 PARIS-FRANCE): Liberian educational experts say the country intends to use the UNESCO-China Funds-in-Trust Project on ENHANCING TEACHER EDUCATION FOR BRIDGING THE QUALITY GAP IN AFRICA project funding to enhance and improve Liberia’s teacher education programs through the pedagogical use of ICT in its pre-service and in-service teachers training programs.

Liberia is benefiting Eight Hundred Thousand United States dollars (800.000USD) under the UNESCO-China Funds-in-Trust Teachers Education Project for teacher Information, Communication and Techonology(ICT) in Africa.

Liberia: UNMIL aircraft makes Emergency landing
Written by UNMIL Press   
Tuesday, 22 April 2014 16:39

An UNMIL aircraft made an emergency landing today a few minutes before noon! at Thinkers Village in Monrovia. The helicopter, with nine passengers and four crew members on board, was en route from Spriggs Payne Airport to Fishtown as part of UNMIL’s regular shuttle flight. One passenger and one crew member sustained minor injuries. During the landing, the aircraft damaged a house, without causing injury to any of its residents or any other members of the local population. The Liberia National Police and UNMIL Security have secured the area.

UNMIL has launched an investigation to establish the cause of the incident.

Liberia: Turkey Regrets Shooting of Liberians as Government Dispatches Senior Diplomat to Istanbul
Written by MoFA Press   
Monday, 21 April 2014 17:12

(MONROVIA, MONDAY, APRIL 21, 2014): The Foreign of Turkey Minister His Excellency Professor Ahmet Daavutoglu has expressed his government’s deepest regrets over the shooting incident involving four Liberians that took place in Istanbul early this month. The Turkish Foreign Minister who spoke in a telephone conversation with Liberia’s Foreign Minister Augustine Ngafuan said all efforts are being exerted by security forces in Istanbul to have the perpetrator arrested and brought to justice.

In an unequal world, we need inclusive growth
Written by Jim Yong Kim   
Monday, 21 April 2014 14:36

For a very long time, the rich have known to some extent how the poor around the world live. What’s new in today's world is that the best-kept secret from the poor, namely, how the rich live, is now out. Through  the village television, the Internet and hand-held instruments, which a rapidly increasing number of the poor possess, life-styles of the rich and the middle class are transmitted in full color to their homes every day.

Empowering Women Through Education & Leadership
Written by Cllr. Mameita Jabateh-Sirleaf   
Monday, 21 April 2014 13:59

A Speech by Cllr. Mameita Jabateh-Sirleaf, Delivered at  the 8th Inauguration of the Minnesota Mandingo Association (MMA) on April 12, 2014
I am very happy to be here tonight.  I want to thank this organization for inviting me  to share with you some insights about how to empower women through education.  One of the most difficult words to define is the word Education.  There are as many definitions of education as there are educators.  For me, I think there are two definitions of education that I like.  Those, I wish to share with you tonight.  The first one is a definition I found in the dictionary.  This definition divides education in 5 parts.

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