Gender Minister Piso Saydee-Tarr has provided updates on the government’s investigation of the rapes that occurred at More Than Me, noting that the top concern of the Gender Ministry right now is the well-being of the girls.
Parents and kids of Gweeta, a suburb community of Gbarnga, are not holding back their excitement over the construction of what is the most advanced early childhood education center in the community.
When the Ministry of Education assigned Bridge International Academies to operate the Buchanan Demonstration School in 2016, the ministry also directed another public school using the facility to relocate.
Street Child, a British charity organization operating 24 public schools under the Liberia Education Advancement Program, has turned over a new school building to a town situated along the Harper-Pleebo highway.
The Liberian government has announced the immediate reopening of the rape case involving ten underage girls at More Than Me Academy in 2014.
The newly appointed district education officer of Karluway Education District Number Two has provided scholarships for 25 teachers out of his own pocket. The scholarships will allow the teachers to earn C Certificates in teaching.
Katie Meyler, the founder of More Than Me, has announced that she is temporarily stepping down as chief executive officer following the organization’s Liberia Advisory Board recommendation for an independent investigation into allegations of widespread negligence by the institution in protecting underage girls from sexual abuse and exploitation.
Less than a week since Time Magazine and ProPublica released a damaging report revealing sexual abuse of underage girls at More Than Me Academy, two women’s rights organizations have demanded that the government take specific actions.