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Official Launch of the 10k Youth Digital Transformation Project

We are thrilled to announce a significant milestone in Liberia’s journey towards digital transformation! Today, as the Minister of Posts and Telecommunications, Hon. Sekou M Kromah, participated in the launch of a project aimed at empowering our youth through digital skills.

Digital Transformation Project Launch At this momentous occasion, the Minister unveiled a beautiful space dedicated to training over 10,000 young minds across Liberia in the art of digital technology. This initiative marks a pivotal step towards bridging the digital divide and preparing our youth for the challenges and opportunities of the future.

With the unwavering support of the government and the dedication of our partners, we are paving the way for a brighter, more inclusive digital landscape in Liberia. Together, we are nurturing a generation of innovators, creators, and leaders who will drive our nation’s progress in the digital age. Join us in celebrating this remarkable achievement and stay tuned for more updates on how we’re shaping the future of Liberia, one digital step at a time!


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Hon. Minister Sekou Kromah welcomes International Partners

We are thrilled to announce that Minister Sekou Kromah, the Minister of Posts and Telecommunications of the Republic of Liberia, recently had a successful meeting with some international partners led by Mr. Angelo C.F. Neto . During the meeting, the partners expressed their strong interest in providing internet service to Liberia.

This is a significant development for our country, as access to reliable internet service is crucial for economic growth, education, and communication. With the support of our international partners, we are confident that we can improve internet connectivity in Liberia and bridge the digital divide.

Minister Kromah and his team are working diligently to finalize the details of this partnership, and we look forward to seeing the positive impact it will have on our nation. Stay tuned for more updates on this exciting collaboration!