A $65-million contract was awarded to US-based Bridge International Academies - but the move has drawn international and local criticism.
A woman who died of Ebola in Liberia is thought to have contracted the disease in Guinea.
The declaration by authorities was met with mixed emotions, the memory of the virus that has left more than 2 500 people dead still too fresh.
Oxfam has called for a multimillion-dollar plan to rebuild the economies of Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea, ahead of a recovery summit in Brussels.
How many lives must be lost to Ebola before the AU cuts through the bureaucratic red tape that is strangling the life out of our people, asks the AHF.
There is little reason to worry even if a fellow passenger has contracted the disease.
Even though aid is coming in slower than hoped, Liberia's leader says she sees a decline in the crisis that has claimed 3 900 in West Africa.
While Nigeria's president has declared his country Ebola-free, 1.2-million people have been affected by a quarantine in Sierra Leone.
We take a look at developments of the deadly virus as it continues to spread in West Africa. How did it start and how are countries dealing with it?
Liberia suspects numerous infections and five deaths are from the Ebola virus spreading from neighbouring Guinea, with one suspected case in Canada.
Former Liberian president Charles Taylor's 50-year prison sentence has been upheld, making it likely that he'll spend the rest of his life in jail.
What happened to all the girls who fought in Liberia's brutal civil war and are now grown-ups? How do they get on with their lives?
China has committed $75-billion to aid and development projects in Africa over the past decade, research shows.
Liberia and the UN have inaugurated the first justice and security hub, enhancing efforts to extend these services to neglected areas of the country.
Liberian warlord Charles Taylor has begun his appeal against a 50-year prison sentence handed down by Sierra Leone's UN-backed special court.
Charles Taylor's defence has filed 42 grounds of appeal, calling the trial chamber's decision a "miscarriage of justice".
Logging firms are skirting the rules and have used a loophole in Liberian law, granting them access to as much as a quarter of the country's landmass.
Liberia's President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has suspended her son and 45 government officials for not declaring their assets to anti-graft authorities.