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In July 2021, Camp for Peace-Liberia (CPL) hired an independent local Gender Consultant to conduct a Gender Based Analysis (GBA) in the organization’s program area in Lofa County. The consultancy aimed to identify and analyze gender disparities in household roles and responsibilities, identify barriers to women’s participation in community development projects and the exercise of […]

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On Friday, November 5, 2021, Camp for Peace Liberia graduated 20 young men and women from its 9th vocational and 4th agriculture training program in Salayea, Lofa, Liberia. The program, which started in February 2021, is supported by the United Steel Workers of Canada and several sponsors.    Speaking at the occasion, the Executive Director […]

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Camp for Peace Liberia has launched a series of workshops and town hall meetings in Lofa County geared towards providing citizens with information on their rights and responsibilities under the law. The events which form part of the Swedish Government Funding support through The Carter Center are part of the ongoing activities of the Community […]

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After an intensive and engaging seven days of Community Justice Advisors Training in Gbarnga, Bong County by The Carter Center, Camp for Peace Liberia has finally deployed its Community Justice Advisors into the 7 Administrative Districts of Lofa County. The project, which The Carter Center supports, seeks to positively interact with government officials, courts, and […]

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