Entries by Fredrick Gaye

Tear Fund Launches Reports on Ebola, SGBV

The British Charity Tear Fund has launched a qualitative report on Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) and the Ebola Virus recovery programs. The report on SGBV reveals that there is still a degree of impunity  for men who perpetrate violence and abuse. The report further discloses that survivors of Sexual Gender Based Violence are still stigmatized in society. According […]

WAHO Hosts Regional Meeting On Post-Ebola

By Mafanta Kromah The West African Health Organization (WAHO) on Monday April 10, 2017 held a high level meeting. Held  at the Golden Gate Hotel in Paynesville outside Monrovia, the gathering was aimed at emphasizing on the status of implementation of the decision of the heads of states and governments on the prevention, detection and control of Ebola. The meeting also emphasized […]

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NATMOTE To Train 100 Women Aspirants

By: Mafanta Kromah   The National youth Movement for Transparent Election (NAYMOTE) will on Tuesday, April 11, 2017 host a weeklong training for 100 women aspirants and women campaign managers from across the 73 electoral districts in Liberia. The women’s leadership and political participation training is meant to prepare female aspirants for the 2017 legislative election. The […]

WHO Highlights Depression At World Health Day Celebration

By Mafanta Kromah Liberia on today April 7, 201, joins the rest of the world in celebrating World Health Day with the theme: “Depression, Let’s Talk” to draw attention to the global burden of this common mental disorder. Speaking at a press conference on Thursday at the Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism in Monrovia, the […]

Six Nigerians Arrested With Illegal Drugs

By Mafanta Kromah The suspects   The Liberia Drug Enforcement Agency (LDEA) has arrested six Nigerians for allegedly involving in selling and distributing narcotic substances on the Liberia market. Speaking in an interview with journalists at the Head office of DEA in Fiama Sinkor in Monrovia, the Chief of Operations of the LDEA, Johntor R. […]

COC Row Rolls: Ellen’s Misstep? -Qualification Crisis Greets Ombudsman

By: Lewis K. Glay  /  0886469835/lglay.inprofile@gmail.com.     “Massquoi was issuing UP batches and other campaign materials to people when he was Commissioner of the Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization during campaign time for the 2011 elections.” President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, presumably wanting a close on the argument on the controversial ‘Code of Conduct’ now being […]

ECC Wants Code Of Conduct Section 5.2 Amended

By Mafanta Kromah The Election Coordinating Committee (ECC) is calling on the National Legislature to amend Section 5.2 of the Code of Conduct and also called for a national conference to look at the modality in the implementation of the Code of Conduct particularly around Section 5.2. Addressing a press conference on Wednesday March 5, […]

COC Row Rolls: Ellen’s Misstep? -Qualification Crisis Greets Ombudsman

By Lewis K. Glay/ 0886469835/lglay.inprofile@gmail.com.   “Massquoi was issuing UP batches and other campaign materials to people when he was Commissioner of the Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization during campaign time for the 2011 elections.” President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, presumably wanting a close on the argument on the controversial ‘Code of Conduct’ now being made by […]