5 Ways to Save Money on Food This Summer

Originally posted on TIME:
Summer is a time of freedom, of relaxation, of popsicles and swimming pools and sweaty armpits. But even though summer might feel like a departure from the everyday grind (wait, summer vacation doesn’t exist in the real world?), if you’re like me, you still have to stick to a budget. Even more so if you’re spending all your dollars and cents… Continue reading 5 Ways to Save Money on Food This Summer

Amidst Public Inconvenience GoL Gets US$1.1 Million from Vehicle Registration exercise, Transport Minister Discloses

Wade C. L. Williams, wadesugar@gmail.com Monrovia Liberia could be losing millions in United States dollars to non-compliant vehicle owners who over the years fail to register their vehicles and fail to comply with government insurance policy, recent data from the ministry of transport shows. Appearing on the Super Morning show on state radio ELBC, Transport Minister Angela Cassell Bush disclosed that government has generated US$1.1 … Continue reading Amidst Public Inconvenience GoL Gets US$1.1 Million from Vehicle Registration exercise, Transport Minister Discloses

OraSure Awarded $10.4 Million HHS Contract to Advance Clinical Development of Rapid Ebola Test

BETHLEHEM, Pa. (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — OraSure Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq:OSUR), a leader in point of care diagnostic tests and specimen collection devices, announced Friday that it has been awarded a contract for up to $10.4 million in total funding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response’s Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) related … Continue reading OraSure Awarded $10.4 Million HHS Contract to Advance Clinical Development of Rapid Ebola Test

Liberian Women Leaders Participate In ECOWAS-ICRC Seminar In Abuja

Abuja- Three prominent Liberian women participated in the 12th ECOWAS- International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) International Review Seminar in Abuja, the Federal Republic of Nigeria on June 9 to 11, 2015. A release from the Liberian Embassy in Abuja says Cllr. Harriette G. Badio, Deputy Justice Minister for Codification, who represented the Liberian Government, led the delegation including Counselor Zeor Daylue Bernard, Senior Legal … Continue reading Liberian Women Leaders Participate In ECOWAS-ICRC Seminar In Abuja

New Entry Screening and Monitoring Guidelines for Travelers Entering the United States from Liberia

By: http://www.healthcanal.com   The United States government is modifying its enhanced Ebola entry screening and monitoring program for travelers from Liberia. On May 9, 2015, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the end of the Ebola outbreak in Liberia after 42 days (two incubation periods) passed since the last Ebola patient was buried. There are currently no known cases of Ebola in Liberia, and the … Continue reading New Entry Screening and Monitoring Guidelines for Travelers Entering the United States from Liberia

As Ebola Fades U.S Peace Corps Volunteers Return

Monrovia- United States of America’s Peace Corp Volunteers have begun returning to the tiny West African Country of Liberia after they left due to the deadly Ebola Outbreak that lasted for a year. The deadly outbreak forced the evacuation of more than 100 Peace Corps Volunteers stated U.S Ambassador Deborah Malac as she welcomed five of those volunteers back to Liberia. The five who decided to … Continue reading As Ebola Fades U.S Peace Corps Volunteers Return

Visa’s #NotATourist Campaign Unleashes the Imagination of travellers to Africa

DAKAR, Senegal- Visa a global payments technology company, today announced the launch of NotATourist, an innovative, full-fledged regional campaign aimed at driving international tourism during holidays, and making the summer holidays of cardholders rewarding. Running in key Middle East and African markets including, Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Senegal  until 31 August, 2015, the campaign provides cardholders with real and rich … Continue reading Visa’s #NotATourist Campaign Unleashes the Imagination of travellers to Africa

“I Was Never Taken Hostage”: Gender Minister Disputes Police Report

Monrovia- The Minister of Gender and Acting Chair of the Cabinet Madam Julia Duncan Cassell says at no time was she taken hostage by angry mob in Greenville, Sinoe County as stated by the Liberia National Police. Responding to a police release issued in Monrovia on Tuesday and published by libpolitics.wordpress.com, minister Cassell said she had left the scene and was on her way to River Cess … Continue reading “I Was Never Taken Hostage”: Gender Minister Disputes Police Report

Gender Minister Taken Hostage: As Sinoe Citizens riot against Golden Veroleum

Monrovia- Demonstrators in Greenville City, Sinoe County have taken hostage several individuals including the Gender and Development Minister Julia Duncan Cassell and Deputy Internal Affairs Minister Varney Sirleaf and an Indonesian worker of the company. Sirleaf is said to be injured but was released along with minister Cassell upon the intervention of the police and UNMIL. They intervened in an attempt to bring the situation … Continue reading Gender Minister Taken Hostage: As Sinoe Citizens riot against Golden Veroleum