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Youth Crime Watch of Liberia’s Street Library program fosters Academic Excellence
Few years ago, the major problem we encountered with our Street Library program was inadequate logistics to help achieve our desired impact. The insufficiency of books,...
Youth Crime Watch of Liberia Collaborated with U. S. Embassy to Host One Day Strategic Dialogue with Dr. Avis Jones – DeWeever
On June 27, 2018, Youth Crime Watch of Liberia collaborated with the United States Embassy Monrovia Public Affairs Section to host Dr. Avis Jones-DeWeever, the author...
Youth Crime Watch of Liberia Host its First Young Female Leaders Dialogue
On March 29, 2018, Youth Crime Watch of Liberia held its first Young Female Dialogue at the United States Embassy in Monrovia. The dialogue brought together...
Be The Change Academy: A Smart Formula created to enhance Women Empowerment in Liberia
Hilary Clinton, the 2016 presidential rival of Donald Trump and onetime U. S. Secretary of State once said, “Women are the largest untapped reservoir of talent...
Youth Crime Watch Completes cohort 9 as 330 women graduate with Business Management Skills
On Friday, May 4, 2018, 330 young women from 6 different communities in Paynesville celebrated with beaming smiles after completing 10 weeks of business development skills...
Youth Crime Watch of Liberia Video 1
Peter S., 28 Years Old, France
Youth Crime Watch Liberia’s programs is a strategy or theory of change that recognises the need for active, empowered and enabled youth citizens who have a...
Ethan H. David, 28 Years Old, USA
Our team of ICARE volunteers recently spent a Saturday filling-in potholes and making a dangerous intersection much safer for community members! iCARE is our dedicated team...
Mac Jo b, 25 Years Old, France
Over the summer, I volunteered at Youth Crime Watch of Liberia. Reflecting on my one month internship in Liberia, I am deeply touched by the people...