Mrs. Assaf called on the students to know themselves, while in search of academic knowledge

Muslim Congress Principal Lectures on Career Development

The principal of Muslim Congress High School (MCHS) has urged students to make choices that will lead to successful career development, noting, “It is also advisable for one to follow their intuition, or those things that motivate them in many choices.”

According to Mrs. Zainab Assaf, though career has traditionally been associated with paid employment, today’s world presents a very different perspective to this ideal–with the term seen as a continuous process of learning and development.

Pepperbird Bound for Freedom has 75 poems, representing his 75 years.

Tipoteh Publishes, Dedicates 2 Books

Dr. Togba-Nah Tipoteh the well-known Liberian politician and activist has published and is about to release two new books on the market. “Bite and Blow” and “Pepperbird Bound for Freedom,” were dedicated on the observance of the author’s 75th birthday this year.

The first book, “Bite and Blow,” is about growing up in and growing up out of poverty, portraying that it is possible to know the sources of poverty and how to end it through non-violent means.

Amb. Zhang (2nd from left), with Dr. Nelson and the Embassy staff, said CI will soon introduce lower level lessons of the Chinese language

Chinese Language and Culture for Primary, Secondary Students

The Confusion Institute (CI) at the University of Liberia (UL) has said it will introduce Chinese language lessons and culture to primary and secondary school students in Liberia soon.

CI co-Director Dr. Huang Baiqing made the disclosure recently when Chinese Ambassador Zhang Yue visited the institute at the UL campus.

Rev. Williams attend a training session in South Sudan where the trainees were excited for the program

Alfalit Goes to South Sudan

A major education decision taken at Alfalit International’s headquarters in Miami, Florida, United States, has resulted in the announcement that it will expand the adult literacy program to South Sudan, Africa’s newest independent state.

The entity’s training coordinator in Liberia, Reverend Jerome Williams, said Liberia was selected to spearhead the Sudanese project “because she (Liberia) performed very well.”

Some of the students that are expected to benefit from the program listening to the lecture

GYCCN Targets 300 ‘Street Selling’ Children for Scholarship

Some parents, who find it difficult to send their children to school due to the high cost of tuition, now stand the chance to smile as the Global Youth and Children for Christ Network (GYCCN) launches its scholarship fund drive to pay the tuition of ‘street selling’ children as well as children whose parents or guardians died from the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus disease (EVD) in 2014.


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