Naymote Launches Survey Report on Citizens Attitudes Towards Current Lawmakers

Today, May 23, 2017 in Monrovia, Liberia Naymote has officially launched a survey report on Citizens Attitudes Towards Current Lawmakers at the institution head office. In April and May 2017, the Naymote conducted a public opinion poll on citizens’ perception of the current lawmakers in Liberia. The survey targeted 2,860 registered voters, 1,640 males (57%) and 1,220 (43) females in

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Accountability in the Management of County Social Development Fund Strengthens

The sustainability and development of a society depends on the ability of the society to utilize and manage its resources for the common good of its citizens. Despite ongoing efforts by Government and partners to improve transparency and accountability in the management of the County Society Development Funds, there remains complex and multiple challenges including limited citizens participation and capacity

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CSOs Calling on the Liberian Senate to Take Action on the Constitution Recommendations

(May 8, 2017) Civil society organizations that supported the nationwide consultations on the Constitutional Review Process are calling on the Liberian Senate to deliberate and reach a conclusion on the propositions recommended for amendment by the House of Representatives. This exercise will set the framework for a possible referendum in 2018. Liberia embarked on a Constitution review process in 2014

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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS- WOMEN LEADERSHIP & POLITICAL PARTICIPATION TRAINING

Women Leadership & Political Participation Training for Liberian Female Aspirants and Political Activists. Are you a female aspirant for Liberia’s 2017 general election or are you interested in becoming a campaign manager? Do you want to increase women representation at the level of the legislature, win elections based on issues as well as participate in competitive politics and governance in

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TRADITIONAL LEADERS BOOST VOTER REGISTRATION IN SOUTHEASTERN LIBERIA

NAYMOTE strategy to engage traditional leaders in the Voter Education Process is working well in southeastern Liberia. The traditional authority is the leader of his people and despite the decline of chieftaincy as an institution; traditional authorities still command great influence in their areas of jurisdiction. NAYMOTE has integrated traditional leaders in the implementation of the project in Grand Kru,

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