Dounard Bondo is a writer based in Liberia. His writing usually covers politics, policy, Law and entertainment. He also writes short stories. He has bylines in BBC, Euronews, Quartz, Trt World, TheAfrican Report, Sahelien, Native Magazine etc.
Liberia’s free education policies seem to have alleviated one big problem but exacerbated another.
Liberian artists are demanding an uptick in earnings, as they battle the structural factors of an unfavourable system
In Liberia, Pacon and many like him are referred to as “zogos”, a derogatory term used to refer to disadvantaged people who eke out a scanty living on the streets. Most of them struggle with homelessness, violence, drug addiction and a lack of access to b
Liberia’s health workers are waging a dual struggle: battling the COVID-19 pandemic on the one hand, while fighting for their rights and salaries on the other.
I explore and analyze the legal loophole that conditionally allows Liberian citizens hold dual citizenship (pending a court trial).
Flying within West Africa usually is usually very expensive as compared to travel outside the region or continent. Due to double testing, flying cost have doubled in WA
Liberia’s rape epidemic as well as the severe challenges women face in their quests for political office.
Liberia, one of Africa’s smallest economies, has seen a rapid growth in mobile users over the last decade, but its regulators are stuck in an ongoing pricing battle with two of the region’s largest telecoms companies in the world.
Liberia held a constitutional referendum on whether to repeal its dual citizenship prohibition on December 8, 2020. If passed into law, dual citizenship reform might bring into question the law that restricts Liberian citizenship to black people
Tales of atrocities dominate accounts of Liberia's years of civil war but not a single person has been tried for war crimes in the country's courts. This article examines the reasons why.
Gunmen kidnapped 317 schoolgirls from the Government Girls School in Jangebe town, Zamfara state, in northern Nigeria. This piece examines the recent kidnappings by bandits in northern Nigeria