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As Liberia becomes free of Ebola transmission, I do not only feel fulfilled as an individual but I am very proud of ActionAid's role in helping our nation reach this milestone. It all started...
May 9 - Day 42! In October/November 2015, WHO predicted that more than one million people across the West Africa sub-region would be infected with the Ebola virus by January 2015. Another...
Naomi Tulay-Solanke, a married mother of three children, is the founder of the Community Health Initiative (CHI), a non-profit NGO in Liberia. CHI’s primary focus is to provide free community health...
Brenda Moore is an HR professional and a married mother of two children (an eight year old boy and a six year old girl). During the Ebola crisis, Brenda launched the Kids Educational Engagement...
Esther’s storyWhen Esther Jeh, a 36 year-old donut seller in Monrovia, sent her children to visit their aunt in late August 2014, little did she know the heartache that would follow.At the time,...
Liberia has hadno new case of Ebola for more than three weeks and the nation has now begun the countdown to being transmission free. However, there are still heightened risks of infection and...
On March 8, 2015, ActionAid Liberia joined the rest of the world to celebrate International Women’s Day 2015. The day was recognized with several activities including a memorial service for the women...
ActionAid Liberia holds a candlelight memorial vigil to honor the victims, survivors and women affected by EbolaEvery year, Liberia recognizes the second Wednesday in March as Decoration Day, a day...
ActionAid Liberia has partnered with Kids’ Educational Engagement Project (KEEP) to support learning for children in communities across Gbarpolu and Grand Gedeh. We are providing opportunities for...
In the slum community of Clara Town in Monrovia, many families were affected by Ebola. Lives were lost and families were left devastated. One of the families that were affected was the Kokar family....