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United Bank for Africa, Liberia has signed a $10 million financing deal with Liberia's leading telecom company, Lonestar, for a network expansion programme. The deal is one of the biggest single projects financed by a commercial bank in the country and underscores UBA Group's role in project financing across Africa. Joining us now in our studio in Lagos, to give us the facts and the figures of this deal is Ebel Edwin Ogbue, CEO of United Bank for Africa
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Abdul Hafiz Koroma, National Coordinator WASH Committee, Liberia explains how mobile phones help current monitoring of thousands of water points in Liberia. Government, NGO's and civil society are making use of this local monitoring for planning corrective action. Video by Dick de Jong, IRC at the Watercoutch.tv of Akvo, IRC and DGIS at the multi-stakeholder dialogue on water in the post-2015 agenda at the Peace Palace in The Hague, The Netherlands, 21 March 2013.
Small & Medium Enterprises are stakeholders to economic growth and development the world over and this is especially true in Africa. With a large amount of them owned and operated by people poorly educated, they are face with the challenge of managing their finances which is threatening their existence. iCount-Liberia is leveraging available human resources and technology to stregthen them.
In this video the first group of women in thier midwifery delievery room and asking the world to help them with bed, beding and some materials. The clinic is also asking world to help the clinic with materials
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I created this video with g.computer over sea liberia monrovia from 1847 lib life.
Internews' assessment along Liberia's eastern border with Cote d'Ivoire, where more than 150,000 Ivoirians have fled the violence at home, makes several recommendations for how the international aid community, along with local media organizations and telecommunications companies, can better meet the information needs of Ivoirian refugees. The Internews Assessment Team, in Liberia from April 6-17, determined that the majority of refugees, especially women, have received little to no news about the situation in Cote d'Ivoire, although their access to such information about the ongoing situation might help them to determine when it is safe for them to return home. The best sources for such information are radio or mobile phones, both of which are in short supply among refugees and host com...
The road from Phebe hospital to Kpatawee in Liberia, West Africa. This road going straight to Kpatawee Waterfalls in Bong County. The road is dirt road but newly fixed so it is in perfect condition. From Phebe it takes 30 min to go. From Gbarnga 45 min. From Monrovia 3h00 to go.
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Africa's Mobile telecommunication Industry has evolved over the years. Mobile phones have become one of the most valued possessions for many Africans. According to Tax and Advisory firm, KPMG, the continent presents a massive consumer market when compared with the slowdown in subscriber growth in the rest of the world, with at least 500 million potential mobile subscribers.
Short video of the site on our first day. We toured the area, got an introduction to the site and met some of the team.
(www.abndigital.com) At some stage in the 1970s, Liberia's per capita income was equivalent to that of Japan. Today, the country's economy is only beginning to emerge from many years of civil war. Earlier I spoke to Dr Eugene H Shannon - Minister of Lands, Mines & Energy, Republic of Liberia about how Liberia hopes to use its resources for economic regeneration.