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Travelling bus fights digital illiteracy in Liberia

Ganta, Nimba County – In Nimba County, a yellow bus is travelling from school to school to teach students how to use computers.

The idea is the brainchild of Jeremiah Lloyd Cooper, a 36-year-old information and telecommunications technician.

The project began last November and so far the founder claims it has reached 1,000 students.

Ryan Stoffko
Ryan Stoffko
03 mar 2023

Speaking of "Travelling Bus Fights ........ And Digital Literacy" ..... in Liberia Reminds me of a certain Local Community in my Region of Ohio. When we played Glenville High School back in 2007, Glenville was not allowed to have windows or mirrors within their school. We had to play the games at noon, because games are not allowed to conclude after 4PM, when playing certain Inner City, East Side Programs. We had a Rock come through our bus's window .... in the middle of the afternoon ... Post-Game. Cleveland Benedictine is my HS Alma Mater ..... where I developed from age 14 to 18. A Critical Time point in NeuroDevelopment.

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France eyes Ivory Coast after Burkina Faso boots out French troops

ABIDJAN/OUAGADOUGOU, Feb 20 (Reuters) - France's defence minister pledged on Monday to boost military support to Ivory Coast, as Paris adjusts its strategy in West Africa after neighbouring Burkina Faso ordered French troops to leave and vowed to curb a worsening Islamist insurgency solo.

Burkina Faso said on Sunday France's military operations on its soil had officially ended - marking the start of a new chapter in the Sahel region's battle with Islamist groups linked to al Qaeda and Islamic State.

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African Union reaffirms suspension of Burkina Faso, Mali, Guinea and Sudan

The African Union announced on Sunday that Burkina Faso, Mali, Guinea and Sudan will remain suspended from the pan-African organization following the summit in Ethiopia.

Mali, Guinea and Sudan were suspended in 2021, Burkina Faso followed a year later, after the military took power.

Burkina Faso, Guinea and Mali juntas plan three-way partnership

OUAGADOUGOU, Feb 10 (Reuters) - The foreign ministers of Burkina Faso, Guinea and Mali, all ruled by military juntas, have proposed a regional partnership to facilitate trade and tackle insecurity in the region, they said in a joint statement late on Thursday.

The ministers met in Burkina Faso's capital Ouagadougou this week to discuss collaboration. All three West African countries have experienced military takeovers since 2020, reversing democratic gains that had seen the region shed its tag as Africa's "coup belt".


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