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Below is a full version of CfP 2016 annual report that highlights various activities, achievements and challenges.  PDF version of this report can also be found at http://campforpeace.org/reports/ INTRODUCTION Liberia is making substantial progress in political, economic, social and democratic governance since the end of the civil war in 2003. Yet still, the current context of […]

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More than 40 participants have benefited from non-violence training workshop help on the Duport Road Community of Paynesville.  The workshop which started on Saturday, February 20- 24, 2017 was attended by students, community leaders, motorcyclists and police officers. The Regional Youth Coordinator of Monrovia and Central Region of Camp for Peace Liberia, Mr. Phillip S. […]

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Camp for Peace Liberia (CfP) is expected to begin the distribution of 500 high-quality learning content to Liberian students across the country via the Rumie tablet, an affordable device that is powered by solar energy and preloaded with a library of contents (useable offline). According to the Founder and Executive Director of CfP, Mr. B. […]

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On Saturday, December 17, 67 War Affected Youth from across Liberia graduated from the Lutheran Vocational Training Institute in various local disciplines backed with psychosocial support in Salayea, Lofa County. The ceremony was the conclusion of a nine month vocational training aimed at providing residential vocational skills Training opportunity to war affected youth  in the […]

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