Margibi’s third district representative, Ellen Attoh-Wureh, has alarmed over growing reports of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence in Liberia despite the existence of anti-domestic violence laws.
The National Education Coalition of Liberia, NECOL, says it is setting the stage and charting a roadmap to push for universal education in Liberia.
The head of the Association of Liberia Human Resource Professionals says he wants human resource personnel in the country to contribute more to their institutions besides limiting themselves to contract and labor issues.
The two representatives to the Kilimanjaro Initiative in Tanzania have returned to a rousing welcome by the Rural Women of Liberia at the Roberts International Airport on Monday.
Last Thursday, education stakeholders gathered to discuss alternatives to the privatization of public services in order to deliver quality services to Liberians.
The United Youth for Peace, Education, Transparency and Development have stepped up their awareness programs in various communities for the establishment of the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Commission in Liberia.