The #WeAreUnprotected movement against sexual and gender-based violence ended a one-day session to reflect on the impact of gender advocacy campaigns in 2018.
The National Youth Movement for Transparent Elections has released a report evaluating the first 270 days of President George Weah’s government, based on promises made to Liberians during and after the 2017 elections.
A first of its kind report on media ratings was released on Tuesday, November 27, 2018, ranking the government-owned ELBC Radio as the most consumed media outlet in Liberia, with 214,000 average listeners.
A movement against sexual and gender-based violence held a one-day sit-in on Monday to demand an end to injustice and all forms of violence against women and girls.
A new survey report on the success of combating the Ebola virus disease in Liberia has underscored the need for active community participation to improve future health systems in the country.
UN Women office in Liberia has provided over US$7,000 worth of assorted office supplies to the Sexual Gender Based Violence Crimes Unit at the Ministry of Justice.
Liberia’s Prime Democracy Advancement Institution under the National Youth Movement for Transparent Election or NAYMOTE has released its fifth Survey report on the quality of governance in the country.
Montserrado’s 13th district representative candidate in the November 20 byelection, Cornelia Kruah-Togbah has urged young women to take risk and not to be frightened by failure.