Gender Minister Julia Duncan-Cassell has confirmed reports of challenges at a nearby girlsâ€™ hostel in Gbalatuah, Bong.
In Nimba, 12 Cases a Day of Families Being Abandoned
Evald Delee is a pregnant 38-year-old woman who says her boyfriend, Dave Flomo, has refused to support her for the past two months.
Ahead of International Day of the Girl Child, Rape Identified as a Challenge
Ahead of the celebrations of the International Day of the Girl Child, the speaker of the National Children Representative Forum has named rape and sexual abuse as common abuses adolescent girls continue to suffer in Liberia.
Representatives Pass Domestic Violence Bill; FGM Ban Excluded
The House of Representatives has finally passed the Domestic Violence Bill. The bill was passed on Thursday, July 21, 2016 in plenary without a provision banning female genital mutilation, also referred to as FGM.
President Sirleaf Threatens to Issue Executive Order on Domestic Violence Act
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has threatened to use her executive power to enact provisions of the Domestic Violence Act if the legislature does not pass the bill.
National Womenâ€™s Conference Kicks off in Paynesville
A national conference bringing together stakeholders and rights groups working on womenâ€™s issues the country will commence today at the Paynesville City Hall.
On Day of the African Child, Rights Groups Want Justice in Two Childrenâ€™s Death
In observance of the day of the African Child, two rights groups called for justice in the case involving the death of two children at the end of last year.
LINSU Nimba Charter Calls for Financial Support ahead of Semifinal Match
The Nimba Charter of the Liberia National Student Union is calling for financial assistance to its team that is currently participating in the National Meet the Challenge Competition, a knowledge quizzing contest between various counties.