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COMMUNITY VISITS ON SRHR INFORMATION AND SERVICES IMPROVE THE LIVES OF WOMEN AND GIRLS

Upon completion of the Economic Literacy, Budget Accounting, and Governance (ELBAG) training facilitated by ActionAid Liberia (AAL) in Zwedru City, the Parwonloh Community-Based Organization formed a

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JEC Project Promotes Positive Masculinity in Gbarma

Johnson Blamah aged 32 years is a member of the Gbarma Community Based Organization. He is one of the few young men in Gbarma who have shown a passion to support women's leadership, participation, and

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Women’s rights training empowers rural women to claim their land right

The EU co-funded project being implemented by ActionAid Liberia in partnership with Development Education Network – Liberia (DEN-L) and ForumCiv focus on women and communities with knowledge and

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Traditional leaders pledge their support for women land rights in River Gee County

Land rights have been a topical issue for many years. The land is a priced possession in Liberia. It gives identity and is also linked to livelihoods. However for centuries, land in Liberia has been

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Youth on the Frontlines of the Climate Justice Struggle - The Story of Carlos Napoleone

Young people also constitute those that are members of the staff in the uniformed forces. These are often ignored when most young people’s activities are addressed, yet it is very crucial for them to

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Youth on the Frontlines of the Climate Justice - The Story of Chris Muriah Torbor

Chris Muriah Togbor is a young lady aged 20 and visually impaired. She is a member of Potential Leaders of Sustainable Future, an implementing partner of the Youth Buzz project, and also a student at

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Covid-19 and Women in business

Women empowerment has proved to be the best tool to give to all women living in difficult situations. With basic business skills and saving schemes, women are able to feed and fend for their families

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Tackling teenage preganacy and gender based violence through peer support SRHR education

Girls’ Forums are community structures that provide a platform and space for young women and girls below the age of 35 years to meet, discuss and share ideas on how they can participate and contribute

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Women leadership reduces SGBV: The Case of AAL Women’s Forums

Amidst Covid-19 women and girls in Liberia continue to face discrimination based on gender and age. Most Schools and universities still remain closed except for the grade 12s who are preparing to

Women Leadership Reduces SGBV

Women’s leadership often results in the benefit of the whole community as evidenced in the Smith Town. Under women’s leadership, resources are more likely to reach those who need them the most which