Monthly Archives: October 2018

‘Justice for Rape’ CSOs,Women Rights Groups Alarm

An all-black Thursday march was staged in Liberia’s capital today to reawaken calls for the protection of women and girls rights against Sexual and Gender-Based Violence, mainly rape. The Conglomeration of Women Rights groups protest march come in the wake of news reports of alleged sexual exploitation of underage girls at an internationally run school called “More Than Me Academy.”

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Liberia Concludes Joint Review Of Global Fund Supported Programs

The Government of Liberia through the Ministry of Health (MOH) Program Coordinating Unit (PCU) of the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (TGF) has concluded a Joint Review of the Fund’s supported programs in the country. The review meeting was organized on October 18, 2018 at the National Leprosy and Tuberculosis Control Program (NLTCP) in the Congo Town,

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Slum Care Liberia Calls For Increase In Budgetary Support To Liberian National Fire Service.

The Chief Executive Director of “Slum Care Liberia” is calling on the government of Liberia, and other developmental partners to increase their support to the Liberian National Fire Service. Speaking at the launch of the third phase of their “Fire Disaster Prevention Awareness” in Monrovia, Oliver N. Kyne stressed the need to have the LNFS adequately funded to enable the

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