According to Madam Ora Barclay-Keller, Executive Director of Girls for Change, the app will be available on Google Play store for android phone users and also on the Apple store for iOS users. In her statement, she call on the general public to get involve in reporting cases of sexual and gender based violence from... Read More
The Foundation for Community Initiatives (FCI) in partnership with Girls for Change (GFC) on Thurday, October 15, 2020 launches a Sav-App to help the fight against SEXUAL GENDER BASED VIOLENCE (SGBV) and other forms of violence against women. This project is implemented in Montserrado, Bomi, and Grand Cape Mount Counties. Thanks to UNWomen and Women’s... Read More
The Foundation for Community Initiatives (FCI) in partnership with Girls for Change with funding from UN Women Spotlight Initiatives launches the project Community engagement in Sexual and Gender based Violence and response. This project will be implemented in Montserrado, Bomi, and Grand Cape Mount Counties.
Written by Nicole Gerard by interviewing Fern’s national partners. At time of writing (2 July 2020), 804 cases have been documented in Liberia, up from 542 on 19 June. Fern’s partners at Liberia’s Sustainable Development Institute (SDI) and the Foundation for Community Initiatives (FCI) provide a view from within the country, and indicate where international... Read More
MONROVIA – President George Weah should appoint more women in his government if he is to live up to the self-styled “Feminist-in-Chief” title and Liberia to achieve gender equality and equity, Loretta Pope-Kai, the keynote speaker at the national celebration of the International Women’s Day, has said. President Weah has appointed a number of women... Read More
The Foundation for Community Initiatives (FCI) with funding from the Land Governance Support Activity (LGSA – USAID) hosted two weeks of training from September 18th to October 4th 2019 with the Kparblee Authorized Community Forest in Kparblee Administrative District in Nimba County. The training brought together members of sixteen (16) affected communities (160 participants) which... Read More
Lofa County has vast swaths of fertile land, including rich, dense forest, and it was considered Liberia’s breadbasket before the country’s 14-year civil war, which affected this area more severely than any other in terms of population displacement and the destruction of infrastructure. Lofa was also the first county to be hit by the Ebola... Read More