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The training was aimed at strengthening institutional capacity on Gender-Based Violence (GBV) mechanisms at the national and local levels.
During the meeting, the participating civil society organizations received an orientation on partnering with UN agencies.
The SEED Youth Project brought together over 20 professionals to conduct training and develop a training manual for the project.
The Clinic, when established, will enable law students to learn practical legal skills while providing legal aid services to indigent persons.
The exercise was supported by the UNDP Elections Project with funding from the European Union, Sweden, Ireland, and Canada.
The meeting which will be held at Boulevard Hotel, is in furtherance of a MoU between the two organizations.
A nine-day ‘Building Resources In Democracy, Governance and Elections (BRIDGE)’ training for staff of the National Elections Commission (NEC), highlights capacities in election administration and…
5 Staff of the National Disaster Management Agency attend two week training at the Galilee International Management Institute.
The United Nations Development Programme in Liberia launches its 2019 Global Human Development Report that highlights Inequalities.
The Spotlight Initiative Project emphasizes response to SGBV crimes and violations of Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights at a two-day workshop.