Camp for Peace Liberia Executive Director calls on the United Nations to “Engage Local Stakeholders” in restoring and maintaining sustainable peace in Liberia.

Camp for Peace Liberia Executive Director calls on the United Nations to “Engage Local Stakeholders” in restoring and maintaining sustainable peace in Liberia.

Just few days ahead of Liberia’s 2017 General and Presidential Elections, the Executive Director of Camp for Peace Liberia, Mr. B. Abel Learwellie is calling on the United Nations to engage local stakeholders at all levels of development programs, including peace and security.

Speaking at a lunch meeting on Wednesday at the Quaker United Nations Hall in New York, Mr. Learwellie said in order for the UN to become a success story in Liberia, it is urgent and essential to engage local stakeholders and structures in all spheres; planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of programs and projects.  According to Mr. Learwellie, such inclusivity has a great potential to serve as vehicle for restoring and maintaining sustainable peace and development in Liberia.  For more on this story, please read below.

 

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