The Liberian Bus Project was officially launched on March 28, 2012 in Monrovia with over 500 volunteers signing on. The mission of the Liberian Bus Project is to drive change, drive votes and drive votes.

We at the Bus believe by driving change, our democracy will make life better for the ordinary people, but it will take a lot of hard work. There lot of resources out there; unfortunately, not much of it working for the side of the good. But when passionate people like us get together and get organized, we can make our communities stronger, productive and more sustainable.

See attached update on the bus activities.

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I am Eddie Jarwolo, the founding Executive Director of NAYMOTE-Partners for Democratic Development. The political unrest and disenfranchise country birthed countless hours of civic engagement activities. My involvement in student government, brewed an unwavering passion to empower and mobilize my fellow Liberians, today after 10 years of constructive engagements through innovative civic engagement activities and programs that involve youth leaders in improving their community while developing themselves and their capacities they are gradually affecting system change and transforming their communities. Established in 2001, NAYMOTE’s mission is to strengthen and promote positive youth and community engagements in support of democratic governance and sustainable development of Liberia.

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