Naymote to launch President Meter Project in Liberia

(July 18, 2018) The Naymote Partners for Democratic Development will officially launch the President Meter Project at the Bella Casa Hotel Conference Hall, 3rd Street, Sinkor on July 18, 2018 at 10:30 a.m. The President’s Meter is designed to ensure democratic accountability by documenting, monitoring, and tracking President George M. Weah’s government’s progress in the implementation of its campaign and

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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? Click link to read/ download CDC Manifesto 2017. 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

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NAYMOTE BEGINS THE PRESIDENT’S METER PROJECT IN LIBERIA

Naymote Partners for Democratic Development presents the President’s Meter, a project designed to track the President’s Campaign Promises through an online system. The system is managed by trained staffs and professionals who will track campaign promises achieved, ongoing and not rated quarterly. The overall goal of the project is to improve public accountability and transparency in the management of Liberia’s

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Building Today’s Transformational Leaders for Better Africa

NAYMOTE through the Young Political Leadership School is providing transformational ideas, mechanisms and leadership skills that will enhance, inspire and motivate young people to participate in democratic processes to ensure better governance and dividends for all. On May 11, 2018, 105 brilliant youth leaders from diverse background completed a one-week master training in Policy Advocacy, Governance and Leadership from the

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Liberian Youth- the Game Changers in Liberia’s Democratic Transition

Registered voters for Liberia’s 2017 elections were 2,183,683, young people ages 18 – 32 constituted 52%. The youth, through various roles, massively contributed towards the peaceful democratic transition since 1944; they served as poll watchers, campaign organizers, election monitors, civic/voter educators, community peace ambassadors, etc. For over half a decade, Naymote-Partners for Democratic Development has been working to mobilize, sensitize

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