A special investigative panel set up by the Liberian Advisory Board of More Than Me has released its report, confirming allegations of wanton sexual abuse of underage girls at the organizationâ€™s academy in Monrovia.
More Than Meâ€™s Katie Meyler Starts GoFundMe Campaign While Announcing Her Resignation
More Than Me founder and chief executive officer, Katie Meyler, has announced her resignation.
More Than Me Academy Announces Vacancy for Country Director
MONROVIA, Montserrado- More Than Me, the American educational charity that was accused of widespread negligence in protecting its students from sexual exploitation at it all girls academy in Monrovia has opened a vacancy for a position of a Country Director to be based in Monrovia.
More Than Me Parents and Students Call for the Academy to Remain Open
Students and parents from the More Than Me Academy gathered outside the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Tuesday, October 23 to defend Katie Meyler, the founder of the organization, and call for the school to be kept open, amid demands from protestors for the schoolâ€™s closure.
More Than Me Promises to Cooperate with Governmentâ€™s Investigation
After the government announced the immediate re-opening of the rape case involving ten underage girls at More Than Me Academy in 2014, the organization has expressed commitment to support the investigation.
Katie Meyler Temporarily Steps Down From More Than Me
Katie Meyler, the founder of More Than Me, has announced that she is temporarily stepping down as chief executive officer following the organizationâ€™s Liberia Advisory Board recommendation for an independent investigation into allegations of widespread negligence by the institution in protecting underage girls from sexual abuse and exploitation.
Women Groups Demand Gov’t Action Over Reports of Rapes at More Than Me
Less than a week since Time Magazine and ProPublica released a damaging report revealing sexual abuse of underage girls at More Than Me Academy, two womenâ€™s rights organizations have demanded that the government take specific actions.
OP-ED: When Foreign ‘Do-Gooders’ Do More Harm Than Good in Liberia
Revelations about the systematic rape of girls in an NGO-run school reveal just how wrong charity work can go.