ACTDF Interacts with Liberia U Students: Promises Effective Internet for Enhanced Learning Experience

Visiting Nigerian Entrepreneur and philanthropist, Dr. Noah Dallaji, has disclosed that his foundation will provide efficient internet services for students at the University of Liberia to enhance teaching and learning and to promote research. Dr. Dallaji and delegation are currently in Liberia as guests of the Jewel-Starfish Foundation, as part of efforts to aid less fortunate Liberian youths develop their talents. According to Dr. Dallaji, his foundation is focused on providing the basic needs of young people so that they do not experience setbacks in their learning processes. “What we…

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Liberia VP Howard-Taylor Craves Private Sector Driven Youth Empowerment

Liberia’s Vice President, Honorable Chief Dr. Jewel Howard-Taylor, says university graduates must rally more efforts to empower themselves by engaging in meaningful activities through the private sector. “We should stop thinking that everybody that leaves the University will get hired in government. It’s impossible”, VP Taylor stated. Madam Taylor noted that the Liberian Government is at the moment overwhelmed with more people on the payroll than it can provide for. “Right now we are overwhelmed because there are more people working in government than they should. And then all of…

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University of Liberia Commits to Kofi Annan Ideology on Conflict Resolution

From UL News Website At the third anniversary of the death of African Hero and Global Icon Dr. Kofi Atta Annan on August 18, 2021, the President of the University of Liberia (UL) Prof. Dr. Julius Julukon Sarwolo Nelson, Jr., said the university remains committed to Dr. Annan’s ideologies and seeks partnerships to continue fostering peace, security, and conflict resolution. “The University of Liberia remains committed to the ideologies of the late Dr. Kofi A. Annan and as we memorialize his death today, we look forward to forging partnerships that…

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University of Liberia Reverts To Blended Learning

ULNews Capitol Hill, Monrovia-August 9, 2021: The Administration of the University of Liberia (UL) has reverted to blended learning for the continuation of the second academic semester. UL President Dr. Julius Sarwolo Nelson announced the decision Monday, August 9, 2021 as a consequence of significant decline in Coronavirus infection rate, improvement in health statistics, availability of a new batch of vaccines and rapid testing kits in the country. “On the basis of these developments, and in consultation with all stakeholders, the University of Liberia hereby announces a revert to BLENDED…

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