A one week workshop was conducted for twenty-five high school press club members, who have developed interests to go into the field of journalism. This is part of our organization’s career development program.
Community Engagement on Organized Crimes, and Extortion in Monrovia, Liberia
Routinely, we collaborate with community leaders, and student groups to move in communities to discourage young people from getting involved in drug addition, which has turned them into hardcore criminals and destroyed their future.
Campaigners for Change International Engage Criminal Gangs in The Ghettos.
“From the Streets to the Classroom” campaign is meant to speak directly with members of various criminal gang groups to discourage them from getting involved in organized crimes and other related activities. Communities known for criminal activities, extortion, and organized crimes in Monrovia were visited. Gang members were discouraged from taking drugs and offered opportunities to enroll into our rehabilitation program.
Testimony From a Female Criminal Gang Member Who Is Undergoing Rehabilitation
Media Campaign with 3 Resilience Fellows-Poenilo, Nukilia, and Vandalark:
Campaigners for Change International staff, Miss Abigail Dorbor (Officer-In-Charge) and Mr. Saah Flee Kandu (Peer Educator) meet with the Speaker of the Liberian Parliament.
The leadership of Campaigners for Change International was welcomed into the office of the Liberian Parliament to discuss the possibility for the launch of the Liberia Legislative Fellowship project. The project is meant to groom college students/graduates to become productive policymakers, and support members of the National Legislature through research, and policy recommendation to make laws that reflect the needs of Liberian citizens.