Making the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) 2017 Manifesto accessible and available to the public

Liberians, have you seen or read the Coalition for Democratic Change 2017 manifesto? It is time to know what the Coalition for Democratic Change government promised to do as well as improve public accountability and transparency in the Management of the Country’s CDC-led government. The President’s Meter is tracking and monitoring President George M. Weah campaign promises as promised in

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Naymote YPLSA to host 5th Democracy Lecture Forum

LEARN, STAND UP, AND DEFEND DEMOCRACY JOIN OUR DEMOCRACY LECTURE FORUM, ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 2020 @2:00PM VIA ZOOM Our speaker is Carl Gershman, the President of the National Endowment for Democracy, a private, congressionally supported grant-making institution with the mission to strengthen democratic institutions around the world through nongovernmental efforts. In addition to presiding over the Endowment’s grants

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Naymote Disburses L$1.2M to CBOS for COVID-19 Response

(July 17, 2020) Naymote Partners for Democratic Development, a good governance and research institution working to promote democracy and participatory governance in Liberia disbursed an additional small grant of One Million Two Hundred Thousand Liberian Dollars (L$1,200,000.00) to support 20 community-based organizations (CBOs), including National Union of Organizations of the Disabled, University of Liberia Masters in Public Health Student Volunteers,

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Leveraging Lessons from Combating Ebola in Liberia for COVID-19 Efforts Naymote Partners for Democratic Development’s new report summarizes the results of their Community Action Platform Against COVID-19 project, which mobilized Liberian communities and connected them with 45 local organizations to help educate and provide resources to combat COVID-19. The project leveraged methods and lessons learned from their Ebola outreach experience, including the

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NAYMOTE & MIA Develops FAQs on the LGA


On September 19, 2018, after decades of centralized governance, President George Weah signed into law the Local Government Act, devolving increasing administrative, fiscal and political powers and institutions to the local level. The act also ensures sources of revenue in support of local government administration, and creates local structures to bring government closer to Liberians throughout the country. This also

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