A Solution When a Nation's Schools Fail
BUCHANAN, Liberia - Imagine an elementary school where students show up, but teachers don't. Where 100 students squeeze into a classroom but don't get any books. Where teachers are sometimes illiterate and periodically abuse students. Where families pay under the table to get a "free" education, yet students don't learn to read.
ILO Calls for Ratification of Occupational Safety and Health Conventions
Liberia will join the rest of the world today to celebrate World Day for Safety and Health at work under the global theme "Workplace Stress: a Collective Challenge". This day was first celebrated on April 28, 2003 and since that time, the day has been observed to raise awareness on occupational safety and health among trade unions, employers' organizations and government representatives alike. The ILO over the time has acknowledged shared responsibility of stakeholders and encourages them to promote a preventive safety and health culture.
Maximizing Our Water Resources By Creating Jobs
Water as we are aware is an indispensable element of life, without which the universe would be a different place, if not impossible to live. However, despite its preciousness to the existence of mankind, water remains one of the most wasted resources not only in Liberia, but bulk of the world. As a way of understanding and reflecting on the importance of water, the United Nations, more than two decades ago (on May 22, 1993) set aside a special day to be observed as World Water Day.
Profile of player: Myer G. Yoemah
Myer G. Yoemah Liberia's sensational attacking Midfielder, Myer G. Yoemah inspires other young players to reach big league dreams. His career start line does not mirror Kelvin Sebwe from the Field of Dreams but its close. Once a highly regarded prospect with a seemingly bright future in the soccer arena, Myer Yoemah captained Liberia's National Under 15 team that participated in the Pepsi Academy Tournament in Lagos, Nigeria and won the Most Valuable Player title in 2005.


News
Water as we are aware is an indispensable element of life, without which the universe would be a different place, if not impossible to live. However, despite its preciousness to the existence of mankind, water remains one of the most wasted resources not only in Liberia, but bulk of the world. As a way of understanding and reflecting on the importance of water, the United Nations, more than two decades ago (on May 22, 1993) set aside a special day to be observed as World Water Day.
Sports
Liberia Female  U20
A twenty-three man Lady Lone Star delegation headed by the Liberia Football Association Communications Director, Henry Flomo left for Nigeria last night to honor the second leg of their FIFA 2016 U-20 World Cup qualifier.
County News
The Ministry of Finance and Development Planning (MFDP) has disclosed plans that the Government of Liberia will shortly receive US$256 million from the United States of America through the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) compact program.
Opinions
No one wants to be misinterpreted or misunderstood and yet not all of us speak the same language. Our world is shaped by a variety of languages unique to a particular group of people within specific geographical context though spread further apart. People make the most of language as a medium of information exchange and an integral way of life.
Features
Minister of Information, Mr. Lewis Browne, has linked the ever-failing fight against corruption to financial insecurity most public officials experience after retirement. Min. Browne told journalists in Monrovia over the weekend that the fight against corruption will never materialize if such financial insecurity is not addressed.