The civil society group, Naymote Partners for Democratic Development, is warning that there is a general decline in perceptions of political governance in Liberia.
NAYMOTE Partners for Democratic Development, along with the Liberia Peace Building Office and the Center for Democratic Governance, has concluded a series of peace and reconciliation town hall meetings in Grand Bassa.
In an effort to hold Pres. George Weah accountable for promises he made during the 2017 presidential campaign, a pro-democracy group has engaged with students at the Grand Bassa Community College to review the president’s accomplishments.
Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor is calling on young women in Liberia to defy all the odds and build resilience in the quests for increased women’s participation in decision-making, if women must achieve gender balance in national leadership.
More than 30 youth from communities and schools across Ganta have received education from the civic engagement organization Naymote on the functions of the Liberian legislature.
Liberia’s Prime Democracy Advancement Institution under the National Youth Movement for Transparent Election or NAYMOTE has released its fifth Survey report on the quality of governance in the country.
With five months to the presidential and legislative elections, NAYMOTE Partners for Democratic Development has conducted a public opinion poll on citizens’ perception of the current lawmakers in Liberia, revealing that 65 percent of registered voters are disappointed with their current lawmakers.