Accountability Lab Liberia has hosted a two-day democracy training for 15 radio managers, DJs, and artists from Bong, Grand Bassa, Montserrado, and Nimba.
Accountability Lab Liberia has selected the winners of a competition to identify undiscovered youth talents using hip-co music to bring about social change.
Accountability Lab Liberia, in partnership with the National Endowment for Democracy, launched a Voice2Rep (formerly Rap2Rep) tour and concert in four locations – Gbarnga, Bong; Buchanan, Grand Bassa; Monrovia, Montserrado; and Ganta, Nimba – as part of conscious efforts to spread civic education messages to the youth and citizens in these areas around elections participation and related issues.
African women are calling on the African Union, IGAD, and the international community to set up a female peacekeeping force to promote peace in the Horn of Africa.
A coalition of women’s rights organizations calls on the government to act on persistent violence against women in elections after rescuing Gbarpolu senatorial candidate Botoe Kanneh.
The Millennium Challenge Account-Liberia’s reconstruction of the Liberia Electricity Corporation Customer Service Center remains on schedule.
In a context where 60 percent of the population is under 35, young people are critical to Liberia’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the country’s capacity to recover and build resilience post-outbreak.
The Liberia Electricity Regulatory Commission, with the support of the Millennium Challenge Account Liberia, has begun a Cost of Service Study to gather information on the generation, transmission, distribution, and sale of electricity within Liberia.