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Enhanced Protection from SGBV for Women, Girls and Sexual Minorities in Liberia

ActionAid, with one partner in coordination with several strategic partners seeks to implement a three year project focusing on Reducing Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) and Providing


Education, Commitment and Accountability

 About AuthorLakshmi Moore currently serves as the Interim Country Director for ActionAid Liberia. In addition, Ms. Moore also chairs the International Platform for ActionAid’s Federation work on


Education Rights and Respect, KEY to Ugandan Government

Education Rights and Respect, KEY to Ugandan Government


88 organisations urge investors to cease support for Bridge International Academies

Kampala, Monrovia, Nairobi, 1st March 2018. In an open letter published today, 88 civil society organisations have urged investors to cease their support for the multi-national for-profit chain of



How to contact ActionAid in Liberia.


Youth, Agriculture and Education

ActionAid Liberia in collaboration with ActionAid Netherlands with support from Turing Foundation is implementing a project entitled: 

“Building Better Futures in Agriculture through ICT for Urban

Solomon Kollie

Solomon Kollie, 28, is a member of the Seen-Wen Accountability Forum, located in Gbarzon District, Grand Gedeh County, Liberia. Already a farmer when the ActionAid Building Better Futures project


About ActionAid Liberia

Over the last decade, ActionAid has built a recognized niche for addressing inequalities of power with people living in poverty with specific focus on women’s rights and application of human rights

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Khulekani Sibindi

Khulekani Sibindi joined ActionAid Federation in November 2016 and serves under Child Sponsorship/Fundraising and Compliance department.


Yassah Ballah

Fighting Sexual and Gender Based Violence
In Liberia, it has been a tradition that most women and girls do the selling of their own families. All males in Farwenta AF, usually carry the goods to be