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‘Liberia Will Be Better Served With Gender Balance in the Legislature’

Says Rep. Rosana Schaack In a June 2019 interview with Represent Women, Hon. Rosana Schaack stated that the diversity of experience and perspectives that women...

Election Reform Advocacy Through ‘’Visual Storytelling’’

The Liberia Accountability and Voice Initiative (LAVI) is the five-year USAID-funded project strengthening Liberian stakeholder partnerships that advocate for and monitor policy reforms. LAVI...

New Billboards Are “Good News” for Grand Kru and for Electoral...

By Shardrick Tarwily The Center for Media Studies in Liberia (CMSL) brought "good news" to the people of Grand Kru County. The civil society organization on...

River Gee Women Talk Electoral Reform

- River Gee women have their say on elections and constitutional reform For the past six months, electoral reform has been "in everybody's mouth.’’ Having played...

Southeast Women Expect More Than Rhetoric from Their Lawmakers

If the current administration’s national development agenda is indeed about transforming the lives of the poor, then perhaps the women of Liberia’s southeast have...

Grand Gedeans Join Election Reform Dialogue

By Ben T.C. Brooks Two recent community forums held in Grand Gedeh County brought a cross-section of citizens together to dialogue on the nation’s electoral...

Dignity Liberia Delegation Provides Livelihood for Women

Dignity Liberia, a non-governmental organization (NGO), recently provided livelihood for selected women that were trained in tailoring with specific concentration on menstrual cups. The entity,...

Mangrove Paradise Seeks US$2M for Agriculture, Tourism

Mrs. Pinky Bemah Goll, a farmer, is seeking to boost agriculture and tourism in the mangrove swamp along the Robertsfield Highway, Montserrado County, as...

Mob Violence Leaves One Dead in Sinoe

-Two others humiliated for ‘being witches’ An angry crowd has reportedly beaten to death a woman identified as Willean Nywallah in Johnny Town, Upper Kpanyan...

“You Have Freed Yourselves from Darkness of Ignorance, Backwardness”

Rev. Konoe Tells 157 Alfalit-Liberia Graduates Reverend Henry F. Konoe of the Christ Ambassadors Ministries Liberia Incorporated (CAML) on December 15, 2018, told graduates of...

Carter Center: “Grant Non-Negro Citizenship, Gay Rights”

Among other recommendations for election reform in Liberia The Carter Center (TCC) on Monday, December 10, released the final report from its observation mission of...

Gender Ministry/IRC Validate Simplify Version of Domestic Violence Act

The Association of Female Lawyers of Liberia (AFELL) in collaboration with the International Rescue Committee (IRC) and the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social...

The Gbowee Peace Foundation: Daring To Do What Others Dare Not

It is often said in Liberia, foundations, especially those established by politicians, die almost as soon as they are born. A number of instances...

RMNCAH Foundation Repairs 26 Fistula Survivors

The Reproductive Maternal Newborn Child Adolescent Health (RMNCAH) Foundation has surgically managed 26 fistula survivors, marking the Foundation’s second Fistula Repair Campaign in the...

JNB Foundation Launched

Former Vice President Joseph Nyuma Boakai (JNB) on Friday, November 30 officially launched the JNB Foundation to promote agriculture, health, youth and women's activities...

Activists Call for Permanent Domestic Violence Legislation

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) on Tuesday, November 27 hosted a program in Monrovia commemorating the International 16 Days of Activism Campaign to end...

16 Days of Activism to End SGBV Campaign Begins in Monrovia

In observance of 16 days of activism to eliminate violence against women and girls, hundreds of activists, including men in Monrovia and its environs,...