The participants (27 females and 24 males), are unemployed vulnerable youth and women without skills.
The Government says “it’s about Strengthening People’s Capacity…”
It is to minimize the duplication of data on Gender Based Violence.
The CJT project is funded by the governments of Sweden and Ireland through UNDP/OHCHR Rule of Law Justice and Security Program in Partnership with Accountability Lab.
The nominated staff represents government and private Institutions.
The exercise took place in Bomi and Grand Kru Counties to develop geo-database maps for land use planning and the broader land reform.
UNDP and the NDMA provided relief assistance to about 450 households consisting of 2,700 persons from Trowein community in New Kru Town and Tweh farm community in Montserrado County.

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