US students to study African democracy in Liberia PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 18 May 2011 21:03

APA Monrovia (Liberia) Fourteen students from Wayne State University in the United States of America will hence be coming to Liberia to learn and study African Democracy, the visiting former president of the college, Dr. Irvin D. Reid, said following the launch of the 'Wayne State University African Democracy Project' in the country.

According to media reports Wednesday, Dr. Reid told journalists in the capital Monrovia that similar project has been launched in Botswana, where students from the U.S enrolled in an intensive course studying Theories of Development, Health, Gender and Democratic Institutions with particular emphasis on HIV/AIDS program.

Dr. Reid also talked about the role of Alternative Energy for developing nations coupled with the relationship of gender to both energy policy and health concern, and the challenges of life in Africa and in a turbulent world.

The date of the beginning of the project is not yet known.

 
    

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