NAYMOTE EMPOWERED 100 YOUNG CIVIC AND VOTER EDUCATORS TO INCREASE VOTER REGISTRATION IN SOUTHEASTERN LIBERIA

Realizing that voters’ registration is a highly complex process as much as it is the single most extensive activity within the framework of elections; NAYMOTE with support from UNDP has identified in partnership with the local National Elections Commission Magistrates 12 influential community based organizations within Maryland, Grand Kru and Rivergee Counties to conduct the voters’ education campaign across the

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UNDP ACTING COUNTRY DIRECTOR, MR. CLEOPHAS TORORI LAUNCHED “LIBERIA DECIDES”

With advancements in Information Technology and use of social media in Liberia, citizens have more and better ways to both shape and influence public opinions on the functions of government and decision-making at local and national levels and the electoral process is key for such an event. Today, Friday, January 13, 2017 at Naymote-Partners for Democratic Development (NAYMOTE) central office

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OCTOBER 10, 2016, ONE YEAR TO ELECTIONS: HOW PREPARED ARE WE?

Liberia, one of Africa’s oldest country has embarked upon another milestone. The country is approaching a historic moment in its journey towards democratic advancement and development. On October 10, 2017 Liberia will conduct her Presidential and Representative elections. The 2017 elections will usher in the first post-war transfer of political administration, when President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf turns over the country’s

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YOUNG POLITICAL LEADERSHIP SCHOOL TO BE ESTABLISHED ACROSS THE MANO RIVER UNION REGION

  Good news for young people in the Mano River Union region, the Young Political Leadership School (YPLS) to be established in Sierra Leone soon! Our first regional partnership meeting was held today, September 16, 2016 at NAYMOTE-Liberia office in Monrovia where NAYMOTE’s Executives met with a team from Sierra Leone. The team was headed by the County Director of Search for

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Why Local Government Matters?

Are you aware that the Margibi County Service Center collected over 2 million Liberian Dollars just in three months, and that over 4 million United States dollars was used for county development projects through the County Development Fund/Social Development Fund in Margibi County 2012/2013 to 2015/2016? YES! This is why local government matters. Our institution NAYMOTE held the second local

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