Liberia Children in the Fight Against Corruption

I remember the first time I stared corruption in the face. It was 2010, and I was chairwoman of a Liberian government committee responsible for reforming the awarding of international scholarships. We discovered that a group of 18-year-old boys had forged their national exam records to become eligible for a scholarship to Morocco. I wasn't surprised; fraud has become a national pastime in …

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