CAMP FOR PEACE LIBERIA HOSTS POST-ELECTION RECONCILIATION DIALOGUE
A one-day reconciliation dialogue under the theme: “Post Elections: Peace, Reconciliation and Youth Engagement” has ended in Paynesville, Liberia with a call for young people to manage expectations, promote peace and reconciliation, and explore ways to sustain peace in Liberia.
“If we must have a strong and vibrant society, the youth who constitute 65 percent of the population must be considered as priority for national reconciliation and social unity,” Ms. Leelai M. Kpukuyou, Secretary General of the Liberia Business Association (LIBA). Speaking the topic “Building Social Cohesion among Liberian Youth” Ms. Kpukuyou said, young people are the backbone of every nation, and therefore, they must be properly nurtured and mentored with responsibilities of societal values. For more on this story, read below. Read more
Message from the Director & Founder
We are fast approaching the end of 2016, I just want to take this opportunity to extend my sincerely greeting and best wishes to all of you for the Holiday season. I also want to take a moment to thank each of you for being part of CfP-Liberia’s journey over the years as we work to expand and grow our partnerships, projects and evaluations across Liberia.Read more
Camp for Peace aims to promote transformation, empowernment and sustainability in Liberia