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    $10 will help train 2 young Liberians on Brain Education - Empower war-affected children in Liberia.

    As western universities set up campuses in China and UAE, the fight to attract the brightest and best continues Review: The Great Brain Race: How Global Universities are Reshaping the World. blogs.lse.ac.uk/...

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    Sustainable Education And Training, Rural Honduras

    #4 "The reason for education inequality of boys over girls is typically families believe an educated woman will take her education to her husband's family, resulting in a loss to their family." (en.wikipedia.org/...)

    Little Liberian

    Sekou, a young LURD (Liberians United for Reconciliation and Democracy) rebel sits in an abandoned classroom.

    #2 There are many languages spoken in Liberia. However, English is the official language. Languages spoken there include Kisi, Bandi, Dan, Kpelle, Loma, Maninka, Mann, Manya, Mende, Vai, Bassa, Dewoin, Gbii, Glaro-Twabo, Glio-Oubi, Grebo, Klao, Krahn, Krumen, Sapo, Tajusohn, and Gola.

    Tradition (part 1) - Keeping Liberian culture alive.

    #3 "There is a status division between the minority claiming descent from the American settlers and the indigenous majority. The settler group contains people at all class levels, from rich to poor, who continue to maintain a sense of prestige and entitlement. In the indigenous community, a distinction between "civilized" and "native" people emerged early in the nineteenth century as a result of mission education and labor migration along the coast."