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From the beginning of the election season, many onlookers and citizens of Liberia watched as a former soccer player, his ex-girlfriend, two warlords, and a sitting vice-president battled to replace Madam President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. Many believe Sirleaf had brought stability to the country. Liberia has been plagued with many issues for the past several decades, so the election season was seen by many in the Country as a pivotal election based on the hopes that the Country needed to keep climbing toward stability and progress...
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Yatta, a recipient of Balama Development Alliance microloan loan, now has two
businesses that include a cook shop and a roasted cassava stand that her oldest
With extremely limited methods for retrieving clean drinking water, the hand pump in Balama is a life saver for students at Balama Elementary School as well as the community.
Peachtree Presbyterian Welcomes Participants the Vacation Bible School
In rural Liberia, food is preserved primarily through a process called “smoking”, which is called “drying” locally.
The Balama Development Alliance is committed to ensuring that all girls and boys are able to realize their full potential.
Palm trees are the primary source of income and livelihood for many Liberian adults and children, including students at Balama Elementary School.
Emmanuel is a 13 yr old student at Balama Elementary. He works long hours in the fields and is unable to read without light when he comes home at night. He made his own make shift light out of bamboo and batteries just so he could continue to read and learn.