International Development

How is the United States government shutdown affecting development in Africa?

MONROVIA — Many nongovernmental organizations who received approval for projects from USAID are now being told that they will not…

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U.N. Security Council Urges peaceful resolution of electoral disputes in DRC

UNITED NATIONS –The U.N. Security Council on Tuesday urged the concerned parties in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to…

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China supports the expansion of Ghana’s medical university

ACCRA––The Communist nation of China over the weekend pledged its support to help Ghana expand the University of Health and…

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Eton Finance – A Bad Deal for the Liberian People

An Opinion: At Globe Afrique, we cherish the opinion and perspectives of all irrespective of race, gender, social status and…

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Liberia: Understanding Pro-Poor

This short article is meant to encourage discussions on the Pro-Poor Agenda. Please click on the link or photo to…

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5 Reasons Tourism Will Boost and Diversify Liberia’s Economy

It is a well-known fact that development of the tourism industry in many African countries could lead to sustainable development.…

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THE “REAL” DECEIVERS – A Globe Afrique Investigation into the Liberia Section of “The Deceivers”

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Tourism and Economic Growth in Liberia: Supporting Musons Group, Inc and the Assistant Minister for Tourism

Introduction In ten consecutive annual messages, former President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf made assurances to the Liberian people that she would expand…

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MONROVIA – A Few years ago, two very valuable Liberian maritime experts, Charles N. Wolo and Christian G. Herbert, both my…

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Solving hunger problems in Africa with the “Super Beans”

NWOYA, Uganda (AP) — Richard Opio dipped a dirt-stained hand into the pinkish beans, marveling at the dramatic changes they’ve…

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