The Monrovia African Pop-Up Shop has become a regular on the holiday shopping scene in Monrovia. Wilhelmina Myeonway Cooper of Myeonway Designs, started the twice-a-year fair to allow creatives and entrepreneurs to showcase their products. For every iteration, the pop-up shop changes locations.
Friends of Liberia, an organization started by former Peace Corps Volunteers who served in Liberia has released the 2018 Liberia Literacy Landscape survey report.
The Kids Educational Engagement Project, a local initiative providing varied educational support to children in Liberia, will host its third annual fundraising dinner this Saturday in Monrovia. The dinner will take place at the Monrovia City Hall beginning at 6:30 p.m.
The Kids Educational Engagement Project, also known as KEEP, has certified 84 rural women in tailoring and products making, after completing a three-month training in Rivercess.
There is a rise in local giving among Liberians; a welcome development, especially in a time of economic crisis and deepening poverty.
On Monrovia’s streets, it is far too common to see children selling or guiding their blind parents through vehicles, begging for money.