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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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A four men delegation from the Canadian Steel Workers Humanity Fund (SHF) led by Mr. Douglas John Olthuis is expected to visit Liberia as guest of Camp for Peace Liberia from November 16 – 17, 2016.  Other members of the delegation include Ms. Anita Jolanda Vlaar, Adam Nichols and Mr. Armindo Carreiro DeMedeiros.  The Canadian […]

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B. Abel Learwellie (center) initiated a neighborhood educational program in the wake of nationwide school closures, following the Ebola outbreak. (Camp for Peace) Liberian human rights activist B. Abel Learwellie has seen more death and destruction than any person should have to endure. He’s lived through two civil wars, during which he lost family members, […]

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Emergency appeal to fight ebola in Liberia Since February, 2014 Liberia encountered the deadly ebola virus that has killed over 1,000 people. It crossed to Liberia from neighboring Guinea. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), since the outbreak in Liberia, 1,459 people have died, 2,710 cases count and 812 laboratory cases confirmed. As […]

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