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In late February when President Ellen
Johnson expressed disgust over the
appalling condition of Liberia's education
sector, many were convinced that the
President was ready to make sweeping
changes in order to restore some sanity to
Walmart's recent arrival in South Africa was in
many ways like the company's arrival in any
other market: contested and controversial.
Nonetheless it was also a milestone for retailing
in the country and for Africa as a whole.
Liberia's Christians Demand End to Secular State, Restoration of 1847 Preamble
The Capitol, the seat of the Liberian Legislature was on
Tuesday a scene of Christian worship services. Over a
thousand Christians descended on the capitol to petition
their lawmakers to restore Liberia to its Christian Heritage.
After a long period of worship, Chairman of the Liberia
Restoration to Christian Heritage committee Rev. Jomah
Woiwor read a letter petition on behalf of the many who had
Liberia: John Winfield Sworn in As Mission Director to Liberia
Washington, D.c. — John Mark Winfield was sworn in today as the U.S. Agency for
International Development Mission Director to Liberia.
USAID's Liberia program is among the largest per capita USAID programs in the world and
includes projects to support food security, democracy and good governance, economic
growth, health and education. U.S. assistance to Liberia totaled nearly $200 million in fiscal
Africa: Obama Sees Examples of Increased African Food Productivity
Washington — President Obama ended his visit to Senegal by meeting with farmers and
entrepreneurs who demonstrated crops and technologies that are improving agriculture in
West Africa and helping to address food security concerns.