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Liberian government adopts PSL trailblazing policy of longer school day for benefit of all Liberians

Liberia has a poor education system. Just 37% of Liberian children are enrolled in primary school and it’s ranked 134 of 137 by the World Economic Forum for the quality … Read More

Learning gains set to continue as Liberian government commits to public private partnership program

Partnership Schools for Liberia (PSL) is a radical initiative designed to transform the future of Liberian children. It is bold and brave; an education flagship program led by Africans for … Read More

Tackling a lack of opportunity

World Cup fever has taken over and for the next two weeks communities will be glued to their televisions and radios to follow the rise and fall of their favourite … Read More

Leave no child behind #DAC2018

For the Day of the African Child on Saturday 16th June we explore the theme ‘Leave no child behind’. The promise of success for all pupils adorns many schools’ mission … Read More

Great teaching enables great learning

If pupils are the lifeblood of schools, teachers are the organs; working tirelessly to ensure that learning is happening throughout the year. Parents understand that the quality of teachers is … Read More

Upgraded learning in Liberia

From the streets of Monrovia in the west to the forests of Maryland in the east schools in Liberia are changing. Two years ago, schools in this part of Africa … Read More

Bridge named as a Top Ten Employer in Africa

The annual Careers in Africa Employer of Choice Study aims to shape the conversation about what makes a great employer in Africa and positively change the work experience for employees. As … Read More

Enabling Girls to Flourish in School

Enabling women and girls to flourish has underpinned the design of our approach to education; allowing  girls to re-write their futures in underserved communities across Kenya, Uganda, Nigeria, Liberia, India … Read More

With 12 years until SDG4 in 2030 and 12 years of education a priority, we need to get everyone into school NOW

International development is famously political, drawing criticism and praise in equal measure. While for a long time the focus was on spending targets the conversation is now moving to be … Read More