EPL: Rodgers has proved his credentials – Elliot

first_imgFormer Leicester City star, Matt Elliot, believes  Brendan Rodgers has filled the club with confidence. Rodgers and Vardy The Foxes have been the biggest surprise this Premier League season, as they sit third on the table and look likely to secure a Champions League berth. “Players have come through and established themselves as fully-fledged first team players in the Premier League and the manager has shown his credentials,” Elliott said earlier this week. “They recognise what he’s achieved in the game, they trust his work, whether that be on the training pitch or the actual field of play itself, they have faith in his knowledge.Advertisement Loading… “He’s reinforced what people knew about him. He’s led from the front and that’s given real confidence to the players because they’ve got a real direction to their methods. “They’ve reacted superbly to that. The experience and confidence which Rodgers exudes has rubbed off on the players, you can see that. “They recognise what he’s achieved in the game, they trust his work, whether that be on the training pitch or the actual field of play itself, they have faith in his knowledge. Read Also:Rodgers calls on Iheanacho, others to step up in Vardy’s absence “That’s a big thing for players. If you buy into what your manager’s telling you, as an individual and as a collective, it makes a real impact.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Promoted Content8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?10 TV Characters Who Were Destined To Become IconicYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hoot10 Awesome TV Series That Got Cancelled Way Too SoonWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Top 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimePortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D Graffitilast_img read more

Football Friday Sectional Semi-Final Scores (10-28)

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Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino plays down title talk after West Ham rout

first_img Two goals from Harry Kane and one each from Toby Alderweireld and Kyle Walker helped extend Spurs’ unbeaten run to 12 league matches, which equals a club record. Manuel Lanzini scored a late consolation for the Hammers. The victory puts Tottenham four points behind surprise table-toppers Leicester, and with Arsenal, Manchester City and Manchester United all unconvincing in recent weeks, Pochettino’s side seem capable of keeping pace at the top. Press Association “It is early to start talking about that, there is too far until the end of the season,” Pochettino said. “We have a young squad, we need to develop our way to be consistent. It is true we have shown from the beginning of the season we are consistent but to win the title we need more. “It is step by step. It is difficult to say today what will happen in four or five months. “We need to keep working hard and stay with our feet on the ground.” Tottenham were two up at half-time but it could have been more given they missed a number of early chances, including Kane scuffing wide when sent through one-on-one with Adrian. The striker showed no signs of dwelling on his error, however, driving home a third in the second half – his eighth goal in five games – before Walker added a fourth with a bending effort late on. Pochettino was even afforded the luxury of taking off Kane, Dele Alli and Son Heung-min, with a five-hour Europa League trip to Qarabag to come on Thursday. “Today was a complete performance from the team. Fantastic, fantastic,” Pochettino said. Mauricio Pochettino insists it is too early to talk about Tottenham as title contenders despite an emphatic 4-1 win over West Ham. “Maybe yes, one of the best performances of the season. We are very proud of the players, we congratulate them, there are a lot of positive things we can say today. “The best word to describe my feelings is very proud. In particular, I think you can feel from the touchline the players believe in the way we play.” The one disappointment for Spurs saw Dele Alli pick up a needless yellow card, which means he is suspended for Sunday’s clash with Chelsea. Tottenham were leading 3-0 when Alli became involved in an altercation with Mark Noble after the West Ham midfielder had made an innocuous tap on Kane. “He is young,” Pochettino said. “He plays 10 or 12 games in the Premier League. He is 19. Last week was his first start in the national team. There are a lot of things in his head. “We need to stay calm with him. He has a strong character and every fight he is inside it always. “But he needs to stay calm – the result was 3-0 and he got a yellow card – but he is young and football is about experience to ensure next time he is relaxed.” West Ham have beaten Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City already away from home this season but they were a pale shadow of the team that managed those dangerous and disciplined displays. Defensive errors continually put Slaven Bilic’s side in trouble at White Hart Lane and, now sitting sixth, they will need to rediscover their resilience if they are to remain in the European places. “A surprise is a word for something good – it was a shock. We deserved to lose 4-1,” Bilic said. “I thought we could come back in the second half because we created some good stuff but after the third goal, it just killed the game and to be fair after that it was all them. “We played really bad but we have to admit they played a really good game of football. “They were quicker than us, physically stronger than us, they grew in confidence and they were skilful also. No excuses, they were much better.” last_img read more

Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to continue efforts to isolate Pakistan

first_imgNew Delhi: Undeterred by the ICC’s snub over the proposal to isolate Pakistan from the international cricket community, the Committee of Administrators (CoA) of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Thursday decided to persist with the issue.The International Cricket Committee (ICC) had shot down the BCCI’s proposal during its meeting in Dubai last week. The BCCI had decided to come up with the proposal following the Pulwama terror attack which led to the martyrdom of at least 40 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel. However, it is learnt that the CoA, which met here on Thursday, has decided to keep on pursuing the issue.According to sources, CoA members Vinod Rai and Diana Eduljee insisted that the ICC has not totally rejected the BCCI’s proposal to isolate Pakistan from international cricket.The CoA will take up the matter before world cricket’s governing body once again when they meet ICC chairman Shashank Manohar in Mumbai on March 12. IANS Also Read: Sports Newslast_img read more

Annual ‘Swim with Mike’ makes a splash

first_imgThis Saturday marked the 34th annual “Swim With Mike” charity swim-a-thon at the Uytengsu Aquatics Center on the University Park Campus. The event brought together athletes and individuals from across the university, including members of the swim team, the football team and the Song Girls.Just keep swimming · Olympian John Naber shakes the hand of a fellow relay participant during the 34th annual Swim with Mike swim-a-thon, which took place at the Uytengsu Aquatics Center on April 5. – Kirstin Louie | Daily TrojanThe organization, which began at USC, aims to provide financial support for athletes who are faced with life-challenging accidents or illnesses and wish to pursue a college education.Mike Nyeholt, for whom the event is named, graduated from USC in 1978 with a degree in business administration and finance. In 1981, Nyeholt — who achieved All-American status and three NCAA swim team titles during his time at the university — broke his neck in a motorcycle accident.“A bunch of my friends and family — the guys I used to swim with here at USC — organized an event called Swim for Mike [and] raised a whole bunch of money,” Nyeholt told KTLA. “It was more money than I could use to help me in my recovery, and I said to my good friend Ron Orr, ‘Let’s put this into a scholarship fund and help somebody out.’”Since its inception, the organization has expanded to offer scholarships to students beyond USC and today reports it represents 141 college scholarships at 68 different schools and has raised more than 14.2 million dollars.“The scholarship was born, and we didn’t know there was a need, but it turned out we had three in the first year that qualified for our scholarship,” Orr told KTLA. “It’s continued to grow.”USC Helenes and Trojan Knights volunteered at the event. Some worked at the silent auction while others swam to help raise money for additional scholarships. Ruchie Bhardwaj, a member of the Helenes, said the event raised more than 1 million dollars.Trojan Knights member Tim Tong, who participated in the belly flop contest after helping set up the event, also said the fundraiser included a record breaking 100 x 100 relay swim where 100 swimmers each swim 100 yards.Bhardwaj helped check visitors into the event, including prior Swim with Mike scholarship recipients. Bhardwaj said recipients were happy to see the dedication of the USC community as well as the organization’s continued success.“We wanted to raise as much money as possible for the people who needed it for their scholarships,” Bhardwaj said. “It was my first time and it was really cool, so I’m definitely going to [volunteer] again next year.”last_img read more

Marathonbet secures official partnership with Real Madrid

first_img Betway and Dafabet grow La Liga sponsorship portfolios August 14, 2020 StumbleUpon Share Submit Related Articles Share SBC Awards: The key to an effective submission August 28, 2020 Winamax maintains Granada CF sponsorship despite bleak Spanish outlook August 19, 2020 Online bookmaker Marathonbet has been named as the first official Russian partner of Real Madrid after the operator penned a new partnership with the La Liga team. As part of the agreement, the operator will receive a boost in its exposure across Spain via virtual LED boards in Russian broadcasts of Real Madrid games, which is expected to utilise digital overlay technology.This will be supported by the operator delivering ‘exclusive offers’ relating to Real Madrid. Which will include special events during the 2019/20 season, such as matchday VIP experiences and meet and greets with the team’s players and legends.The partnership marks an expansion into the Spanish leagues for Marathonbet, having previously secured a two-year sponsorship agreement with Sevilla FC earlier this year. As part of that agreement, the five-time Europa League champions have gained access to exclusive content, offers and experiences from the bookmaker throughout the campaign, while the operator’s logo is also be displayed across the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán stadium and on match day interview backdrops.Marathonbet is Real Madrid’s first Russian partner in its 117-year history. Since its inception in 1997, Marathonbet has offered live and pre-betting online betting on a wide variety of sports and events.last_img read more

Olympics: No bail for bribe probe Kenya official

first_imgNairobi, Kenya | AFP | Beleaguered Kenya Olympic athletics official Michael Rotich will spend a month in police custody as investigators gather evidence over allegations he demanded bribes to warn athletes of impeding doping tests.The Sunday Times newspaper and German television channel ARD filmed Rotich allegedly demanding 10,000 pounds ($13,000, 11,800 euros) for agreeing to give a warning when doping tests would be carried out.The official, who was the Kenya track and field team manager at the Rio Olympics, was called home where he denied any wrongdoing after being arrested upon arrival from Brazil on Tuesday.Rotich becomes the third athletics official to be charged under the new Kenyan anti-doping laws which came into force in June, and several Kenyan athletes have failed dope tests in recent months.The Anti-Doping Agency of Kenya (ADAK) had received “critical information in regard to the involvement of the respondent in doping from the Sunday Times newspaper in the United Kingdom,” Kenyan prosecutor Duncan Ondimu told the court.He then requested 28 days to allow investigators to follow up “several leads” from the information passed on to the Kenya’s anti-narcotics unit, which the magistrate granted.Rotich’s lawyer Ham Langat argued that his client was innocent and was facing “a malicious prosecution because of pressure from the international community.” Langat attempted to cast doubt on the quality of the Sunday Times’ journalism, calling the video evidence “flimsy” and using the phrase “gutter press” against the newspaper, which he accused of timing the report to coincide with the Olympics.Rotich had taken “a leading role to make sure the sport is clean,” his lawyer added.In the media interview Rotich explained to journalists posing as a coach and agent how their athletes could avoid doping controls.He is also alleged to have promised to alert them 12 hours before a dope test in return for cash.Rotich becomes the third athletics official to be charged under the new Kenyan anti-doping laws which came into force in June, and several Kenyan athletes have failed dope tests in recent months. Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

LET backs Women and Girls’ Golf Month to attract new players

first_img The Ladies European Tour ran a special weekend golf event at its home, The Buckinghamshire Resort, which backs England Golf’s move to make June Women and Girls’ Month. The event was organised by the LET’s Development Department to support the efforts being made to target women and girls by England Golf, the Golf Foundation and the County Associations. With the LET players on hand ahead of today’s US Women’s Open Sectional Qualifier, the free taster sessions were perfectly timed to show newcomers more about the sport and how to get involved. The objective is to raise the profile of the game and attract more women and girls into golf. At the moment only 15% of English golf club members are female and Women’s Month encourages clubs and golf centres to highlight opportunities for women and girls on the getintogolf.org website, supported by digital advertising and social media activity. Mike Round, Director of Development for the Ladies European Tour said: “With the US Women’s Open Sectional Qualifier taking place on 5th June, the global International Women’s Golf Day taking place on 6th June, and England Golf nominating the month of June as women’s golf month, organising this event at The Buckinghamshire seemed to make perfect sense. We wanted to show how enjoyable golf is on many different levels and it was fantastic to see more than 100 girls taking part.” The free taster sessions included swing coaching from female PGA professionals, have-a-go activities supervised by a team of female leaders from the Community Golf organisation and a short game master class with Daniel Grieve, Woburn’s Head Pro, who was accompanied by LET Rookie, Inci Mehmet. A further four LET players, Annabel Dimmock, Charlotte Thompson, Nicole Garcia and Valdis Thora Jonsdottir, gave up their time on the practice day to speak to elite county girl golfers from Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Surrey, who had the opportunity to learn about their development in the sport and their lives as professional golfers. Today, a field of 78 players is competing over two-rounds at The Buckinghamshire Golf Club in Denham, for a place in the US Women’s Open on July 13-16. Europe’s top women golfers will be playing in the qualifier and scores can be followed by clicking here Captions: Top, Annabel Dimmock (centre) with young players after a Q&A session. Below, LET rookie Inci Mehmet (centre) with short game coach from Woburn, Daniel Grieve, with young golfers ahead of a short game clinic. Both Inci and Annabel played for England as amateurs. (Images © LET/Tristan Jones). 5 Jun 2017 LET backs Women and Girls’ Golf Month to attract new players last_img read more

Kante nutmegging Milner certainly one of the best scenes of European Super Cup

first_imgAdvertisement bqyNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs7krWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ej8w( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 86Would you ever consider trying this?😱b7xCan your students do this? 🌚3h66Roller skating! Powered by Firework Liverpool won the European Super Cup with beating their Premier league rivals Chelsea in the penalty shootout. One of the best moments of the match was N’Golo Kante nutmegging James Milner in the midfield. The match was certainly very much entertaining for the football fans. Chelsea were beaten by Manchester United with a margin of 4-0 at Old Trafford in the opening match of the Premier league in this season on Sunday.Advertisement The football pundits did not give Chelsea any chance to compete in this match against the heavy weight Liverpool side. However, the Blues dominated in the first half of the match and the main reason behind that was N’Golo Kante. N’Golo Kante’s presence at the nidfield created a whole lot of difference in the Chelsea side.Advertisement The star French midfielder easily nutmegged James Milner. Kante played an influential role in the first goal of Chelsea. He recovered the ball from midfield and passed it towards Christian Pulisic. Christian Pulisic gave it to Olivier Giroud who scored the first goal of the match for the Blues. The Blues were dominating in the first half against their arch rivals because the midfield general of Chelsea, N’Golo Kante was bossing the midfield.United commence Saul pursuit, City look elsewhere for alternativeAdvertisement Advertisementlast_img read more

BRAC Liberia: Reaching, Serving and Creating Opportunities for the Underprivileged

first_imgBRAC Liberia NGO has reached 12,339 agriculture and livestock, vulnerable, and smallholder farmers whom it enabled to increase their income and resilience, and increased access to sufficient and nutritious food.BRAC is a development organisation founded by Sir Fazle Hasan Abed in February 1972, soon after the liberation of Bangladesh to help settle returning refugees. Over the past 40 years, BRAC has developed, tested, and implemented development and poverty alleviation programmes in post-war and post-disaster contexts. This has enabled the organisation to replicate the same models in distressed countries in Asia and Africa. BRAC currently operates in Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Myanmar, Nepal, Southern Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Sierra Leone, and Liberia.BRAC International has been operating in Liberia through its country office BRAC Liberia since 2008. In recognition of its invaluable contributions to the socio-economic development of Liberia through sponsorship of multi-sectoral programmes, the organisation was awarded the highest national award “Knight Official of the Liberian Humane Order of African Redemption”.BRAC Liberia operations are conducted through two distinct legal entities namely: BRAC Liberia NGO and BRAC Liberia Microfinance Company Limited (BLMCL). BRAC Liberia as NGOBRAC Liberia is a non-governmental organisation which has successfully implemented a suite of holistic, integrated programmes focused on the following sectors: Food security and livelihoods, Education, Microfinance, Health and Adolescents and Youth related projects. The organisation is currently reaching vulnerable Liberians in ten counties through 33 branch office locations. The branch offices are located in the following counties ; Margibi, Grand Cape Mount, Grand Bassa, Bong, Nimba, Lofa, Montserrado, Bomi, Grand Gedeh, and Gbarpolu. Our human resources comprise of over 500 staff, of which 95% are national staffs and majority (63%) of whom are women.Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL) ProgrammeThe programme’s core objective is to reduce food insecurity and malnutrition in Liberia, and to support a shift from subsistence to commercial farming. This is achieved through providing trainings on poultry and livestock production, climate smart agriculture, and production of nutrition rich crop varieties, diversified agricultural crop production, and post-harvest storage and processing, to the target populations. In addition, the programme provides approved farmers with agricultural inputs including; Day old chicks, pigs, goats, sheep, stress tolerant rice and cassava cuttings. Furthermore, the programme also provided “Cash for work” to most vulnerable household affected with disease like HIV or Ebola, disability, who engaged in casual labor, relied on hunting and gathering in the forest, and the landless, especially the female headed household.The programme has reached 12,339 agriculture and livestock, vulnerable, and smallholder farmers whom it enabled to increase their income and resilience, and increased access to sufficient and nutritious food.Additionally, the programme runs a poultry hatchery which produced 78,980 day-old-chicks. This is complemented by a chicken feed mill which produced 119 metric tons of feed over the period 2017 and 2018. The seed farm produced 1.5 tons of quality rice seed (Nerica L 19 variety) which was distributed among 1,500 project beneficiaries across the areas. BRAC FSL programme activities are implemented in 6 counties including; Bomi, Bong, Grand Bassa, Grand Cape Mount, Margibi, and Montserrado.Education Programme           This programme has two main areas of focus: early childhood development / education, and primary education. Since the inception of the Partnership Schools for Liberia (PSL) now Liberia Education Advancement Programme (LEAP) Programme in September, 2016, BRAC Liberia has stimulated teaching and learning thereby dramatically improving learning outcomes which can be validated by the IPA’s Report, 2017. Consequently, BRAC was contracted as the second largest implementing partner of the Ministry of Education in its “Partnership School for Liberia (PSL)” project.  Subsequently, BRAC was assigned to operate additional 13 schools in Grand Gedeh during Year 2 Programme to the initial 20 public primary schools in two counties; Lofa and Nimba. The programme is intended to; enhance learning outcomes for under age children.Starting September, 2018, BRAC started implementing the Second chance project which focuses on increasing school enrollment, and provide basic education among out of school and school dropouts aged between 5 – 11 years. Enhancing the capacity of facilitators and project staffs’ is also entailed.  The project’s duration is 10 months during which it’s intended to reach 625 children in 2 districts (Klay and Suehn Mecca) located in Bomi County.Health, Nutrition & WaSH ProgrammeAfter successful completion of Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (RMNCH) Project and in 2017; we started another two projects – GFATM TB Project and MNHSD Project during Jul-Dec 2017. Through all these projects we sensitized women about maternal, child health, and referred clients to the nearby health centers to ensure improved health care services. Also, regular Health awareness sessions, community Mobilization, Health Campaigns were conducted on personal health and hygiene   issues. During 2017, CHPs covered 615,696 households and referred 78,156 clients to health institutions to seek health care related to maternal and child health issues like- Antenatal Care (ANC), safe delivery, Postnatal Care (PNC), Acute Respiratory Infections (ARI), Immunization and modern family planning methods. The program contributed towards better accessibility for health care among children. Children under five in catchments area of RMNCH project were 18% more likely to have received antimalarial drugs to treat malaria within 24 hours (RMNCH Report, 2017)The center piece of this program is the Community Health Promoters (CHPs). As of today, BRAC Liberia Health Program has been developed and trained 889CHPs and 490 Traditional Trained Midwives (TTMs)  in all seven counties under different project; those who are locally active and working on voluntary basis.Currently, we are implementing GFATM TB project (4th Phase) aiming to reduce morbidity and mortality of tuberculosis in Montserrado County, through providing; community mobilization and sensitization by conducting household visits, engaging in capacity building of CHPs and Government Community Health Volunteers (gCHVS), conducting campaigns on TB awareness, providing support for case identification, treatment, referrals, and providing joint monitoring and supervision. In addition, we will provide physiological and social support to TB patients during household visit, distribute IEC Materials and conduct awareness campaign among School Children in 10 selected schools in Monrovia. The project is scheduled to run from June – Dec 2018 initially and further extendable up to 2020.Empowerment and Livelihood for Adolescents (ELA)BRAC Liberia is implementing the ELA Programme in 4 counties (Bong, Montserrado, Grand Cape Mount and Margibi) in 60 safe spaces. The aim of the programme is to enhance economic and social empowerment of adolescent girls to help them overcome their challenges and contribute towards reduction in teenage pregnancy. The programme engages the community and parents through convening community and parents meetings.Through their community volunteers commonly known as mentors, adolescents are provided with training on Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH), as well as encouraged to share knowledge and issues regarding SRH issues. It was based on this, BRAC Liberia was contracted by UNFPA to copperiest a comprehensive Sexual Education (CSE) strategy which is about to be validated by the Government of Liberia.In addition, girls aged 15 – 19 years are provided with financial literacy training and access to loans for business enterprises. The Programme has reached 2562, provided training in financial literacy to 1838 and life skills training to 1800 adolescents. Further, 1067 adolescents have been provided with livelihood trainings and practical livelihood skills and input to 200 adolescents. During August, 2018, programme ensured provision of entrepreneurship skills training/Business coaching and mentoring to 125 adolescent within it four (4) operating counties in Liberia.Targeting the Ultra-Poor: Graduation Programme This is a pilot project which is going to be implemented in Unification Town-Air Port & Kakata branch in Margibi County and in Gbarnga branch in Bong County. The project is intended to eliminate extreme poverty among 750 women in ultra-poor households. Thus contribute towards informing national policy re-formulation or design regarding social safety mechanisms.The project’s approach entails providing trainings in both life skills and livelihood and support related to livelihoods, financial inclusion, social empowerment, health water and sanitation. BRAC Liberia Microfinance Company Limited (BLMCL)This is a company which is separate from the NGO, and is regulated by the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL). It focuses on providing financial services to the poor people, especially women who have no access to any financial services, and no assets to offer as collateral security for borrowings, but have income generating ideas. The loans to borrowers are collateral free; hence the business model is that first time borrowers are given small loans which gradually grow as they establish a track record with the company. Customers can take loans as small as LDR 10000 as long they have a sustainable income generating project.Being a limited company, it is required by its stakeholders to carry out its operations in a self-sustaining manner, therefore it follows sound commercial business practices that ensure it remains in business for the foreseeable future for the benefit of its customers and other stakeholders.The company continues to make diligent efforts to carefully balance the cost of its services to customers and the need to be operationally self-sufficient; hence it has kept interest rates low and consistently at the lower end of the range charged by comparable institutions operating in the country and in the regionMicro and Small business enterprises are catered for under the company’s Small Enterprise Programmeme (S.E.P) and the Micro, Medium Small Enterprise (M.S.M.E) Programme where the loan size reaches over US$1200.Microfinance Performance Overview: Owing to its limited sources of funding, the company’s collateral free loans have a short term duration with options to pay in 6 months or 12 months. This enables the money to benefit a larger pool of needy women. The short repayment cycle enables it to collect over 98% of loans, which demonstrates the determination to conserve capital, make a small surplus and stay in business for the foreseeable future.  The company is delighted with its 30 day Portfolio at Risk of 1.25% against an international benchmark of 3%.The company provided loans to 26,899 clients to whom it disbursed USD9.95million in 2018 through 25 branches in 6 counties with 11 branches in Monrovia where there is a concentration of enterprising women, and 14 branches outside of Monrovia. There are plans to expand to other counties over the next 5 years using mainly surpluses from current operating activities. Those branches presently employed 221 staff because of the labour intensive nature of the business.BRAC Liberia ascribes the success of its operations to the excellent relations that it has with, and the support from, key stakeholders who include the Government of Liberia through the Ministry of Agriculture, the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Education, the Central Bank of Liberia, among others; to its dedicated staff; the donor community and the hard working people of Liberia.“BRAC Liberia will continue working with the Liberian people and its partners in the fight to improve livelihood through implementing various programmes across the country.”Signed By:ManagementBRAC LiberiaOld Road, Divine Town1000 Monrovia, 10 LiberiaShare this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more