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We're a global justice federation working to achieve social justice, gender equality and poverty eradication.

In Liberia we focus on strengthening poor and marginalised people, especially women and youth, to claim their rights.

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is an immense violation of human rights, a form of gender-based violence (GBV) and a clear demonstration of gender inequality. It can strip women and girls of their right to a life of freedom, dignity, and equality
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Global Solidarity in the Fight Against FGM

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Policy Brief, - Enhancing Young Women's access to land and Natural Resources in Liberia
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Enhancing Young Women's Access to Land and Natural Resources in Liberia.

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“ActionAid made us self-sufficient”, said Josephine Poole
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"ActionAid made us self-sufficient" - The story of Josephine.

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Ma Kebbeh shares Rural Women of Liberia story during the 16DOA  event held at Corina Hotel
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“Actionaid Empowered us to Fight for Our Rights” CBOs Share Success Stories of Actionaid’s Work

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ActionAid Liberia and its partners celebrated the 16 Days of Activism to raise awareness against gender-based violence and support survivors of GBV. The event was held at the Corina Hotel on Saturday, December 9, with the theme "Harnessing Women and Girls Power to Prevent Gender-Based Violence in All Spheres." The guests who witnessed this ceremony included the United Nations, the Swedish Embassy, and UBA, Ecobank, IB bank and other organizations.
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ActionAid Liberia Celebrates the 16 Days Activism against Gender-Based Violence

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When Joseph heard about the UNPBF-funded project implemented by the Women and Children Development Association of Liberia (WOCDAL), a national women-led organization which is one of the implementing partners to ActionAid, he contacted them and explained his land conflict issues. WOCDAL used the Ministry of Justice Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) approach to settle the dispute.
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ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROVIDES PEACE TO DISABLED PERSONS

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Ma Kebbeh shares Rural Women of Liberia story during the 16DOA  event held at Corina Hotel
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“Actionaid Empowered us to Fight for Our Rights” CBOs Share Success Stories of Actionaid’s Work

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 Journalist deaths in Gaza are a grave violation of the right to life and freedom of expression
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Seven hospitals across Gaza are at breaking point; Incubators and life support machines have completely run out of fuel.

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Israel Gaza Conflict
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Children, babies in incubators and pregnant women will lose their lives if fuel is not provided to hospitals in Gaza.” 

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ELBAG TRAINING
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YOUNG PEOPLE CAPACITATED TO HOLD DUTY BEARERS ACCOUNTABLE

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"We just ended our 16 Days of Activism that focused on ending violence against women and girls. Our objective is to continue with the awareness of ending violence against women and girls. We know that women and girls often face physical abuse in play and beyond, in schools, at home, and in public spaces. As Bong County opens its county meet, we are also telling our brothers and fathers to promote peace at the field of play, at home, and in all public spaces," said Florence Finda Gbondo, AAL's Monitoring and
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CBO KICKS OFF CAMPAIGN TO END SEXUAL AND GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE THROUGH SPORTS

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Wangari Kinoti, Global Lead on Women’s Rights and Feminist Alternatives at ActionAid International, said: “Modern slavery continues to be a serious concern. We owe it to the 50 million people trapped in modern slavery situations to bring salience to these issues and urge governments to ratify ILO C190, adopt a legally binding treaty for business and human rights and unite to end modern slavery crimes. This campaign is timely. Women and girls account for around three quarters (71%) of those in modern slavery
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ActionAid launches an Anti-Modern Slavery Campaign

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COP27 Youth and Future Generations Day: Youth activists demand a seat at the table

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“ActionAid made us self-sufficient”, said Josephine Poole
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"ActionAid made us self-sufficient" - The story of Josephine.

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ActionAid Liberia and its partners celebrated the 16 Days of Activism to raise awareness against gender-based violence and support survivors of GBV. The event was held at the Corina Hotel on Saturday, December 9, with the theme "Harnessing Women and Girls Power to Prevent Gender-Based Violence in All Spheres." The guests who witnessed this ceremony included the United Nations, the Swedish Embassy, and UBA, Ecobank, IB bank and other organizations.
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ActionAid Liberia Celebrates the 16 Days Activism against Gender-Based Violence

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When Joseph heard about the UNPBF-funded project implemented by the Women and Children Development Association of Liberia (WOCDAL), a national women-led organization which is one of the implementing partners to ActionAid, he contacted them and explained his land conflict issues. WOCDAL used the Ministry of Justice Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) approach to settle the dispute.
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ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROVIDES PEACE TO DISABLED PERSONS

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Ma Bendu Jah, addresses the County leadership during the County Budget development
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ELBAG TRAINING IMPROVES YOUNG PEOPLE AND WOMEN’S PARTICIPATION IN GOVERNANCE PROCESSES

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The tournament attracted over 1,000 women and girls, as well as men, who joined the call to end harmful traditional practices through marching in and around Gbarma District. Messages that condemned HTPs, were displayed through posters and banners. Community leaders' involvement and presence helped to increase attendance, and the event received widespread support from both counties of Bong and Gbarpolu.
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DOMAFEIGN AND NATPAH KICK OFF CAMPAIGN TO ENSURE SEXUAL REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH RIGHTS (SRHR) AWARENESS AMONG YOUNG PEOPLE THROUGH SPORTS

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HIV/AIDS has been considered a social taboo in Liberia, and this causes families to disown their loved ones upon discovering they are living with the virus. Discrimination and stigma force those with HIV to hide and often relocate or live in isolation due to fear for their safety. Despite advancements in medication and awareness of how HIV spreads, people living with HIV still face attacks and isolation from their immediate families, communities, and friends.
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ARVs IMPROVE LIVES OF PERSONS LIVING WITH HIV

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Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is an immense violation of human rights, a form of gender-based violence (GBV) and a clear demonstration of gender inequality. It can strip women and girls of their right to a life of freedom, dignity, and equality
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Global Solidarity in the Fight Against FGM

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Policy Brief, - Enhancing Young Women's access to land and Natural Resources in Liberia
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Enhancing Young Women's Access to Land and Natural Resources in Liberia.

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Seven hospitals running out of lifesaving fuel as “shameful” level of aid reaches Gaza
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Seven hospitals running out of lifesaving fuel as “shameful” level of aid reaches Gaza.

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Conflict and Humanitarian
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Press Release - Insufficient aid will lead to more innocent deaths in Gaza, says ActionAid

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STATEMENT – Evacuation orders for 22 hospitals across Gaza “a breach of international law,” ActionAid warns
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STATEMENT – Evacuation orders for 22 hospitals across Gaza “a breach of international law,” ActionAid warns

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ActionAid Liberia Calls for Urgent Action towards Climate Justice
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ActionAid Liberia Calls for Urgent Action towards Climate Justice

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