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Rotary Clubs in Liberia District 9101 District Governor official visit 2018/2019 Held at Corina Hotel

Pictures from the Peaceful Citizen Protest in Downtown Monrovia, Sept 24, 2018 "Bring Our Money Back"

Class of 1978, B.W. Harris School, 40th Reunion Celebration, Rockville, MD & Washington DC

Rotary International District 9101 Rotary Clubs in Liberia Membership Seminar Held at Big Treat, Sinkor, Monrovia, Liberia, September 7 & 8, 2018

Rotary Club in Liberia Appreciation Dinner for Rotaplast Mission. Held at the Corina Hotel, August 23, 2018

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Bystanders Katie Meyler (More Than Me CEO), Ministries of Education and Gender are Just as Guilty as the Molester.

By: Rufus S. Berry II, MBA

The sexual abuse of our innocent daughters at the hands of McIntosh Johnson, is a classic example of the consequences of Katie Meyler and both the Ministries of Education and Gender/Child Protection under the Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Administration not intervening early on, when underaged girls were allegedly raped and infected with HIV. Bystanders who looked away, when they knew about the repeated incidents of child molestation and rape, are not innocent.

It is deplorable and absolutely wicked that any adult would molest a child. It is equally deplorable if both the Ministries of Education and Gender and Children Protection under the Sirleaf government knew that this was occurring and did nothing about it. Shame on all of us, including former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, if we personally or officially knew of these unspeakable crimes and remained silent.  Read more...

Liberia: EJS, Tyler, Jallah & Tweah Summoned in Missing Billions Probe

Multiple sources confirmed to FrontPageAfrica Sunday that investigators looking into the case have only been able to allocate less than One billion in the vault at the former National Housing Bank of Liberia (NHSB).

Last week, the U.S. Embassy in Liberia, through USAID, announced that it has reached out to independent internationally recognized firms specialized in forensic investigations to ascertain the basic facts of the alleged missing billions. And major persons of interest have been called in and asked to cooperate with the investigation. Read more...

Ex-wife of former Liberian president Charles Taylor denies string of torture charges

The ex-wife of Charles Taylor, the former Liberian president, has denied a string of torture charges, including one relating to a woman witnessing the shooting of her two children while she was tied up.

Agnes Taylor, 52, is also accused of conspiring to use rape to torture women during the west African country’s civil war in 1990. Another allegation states that the former university lecturer was involved in the torture of a child, who was tied to a tree and witnessed the shooting of others. Read more...

 
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When foreign 'do-gooders' do more harm than good in Liberia

Revelations about systematic rape of girls in an NGO-run school in Liberia reveal just how wrong charity work can go.

Released last week to howls of outrage, ProPublica's Unprotected is a chilling expose about a rotten and unaccountable international charity industry. In particular, it peels away the shroud of secrecy around an American NGO, More Than Me (MTM), whose white American cofounder gallivanted around the globe for years raising millions of dollars for an academy she founded in Liberia's capital, Monrovia, while her Liberian partner repeatedly raped young female recruits. Read more...

She Wanted to Help Liberia's Most Vulnerable Girls. Then Her School Became a Predator's Hunting Ground

On Sept. 7, 2013, on a long, straight avenue that runs across the bustling downtown of Liberia’s capital, Monrovia, street hawkers peered at the spectacle. Guests sweltered on packed rows of plastic seats, while at the end of a red carpet, next to the U.S. ambassador, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf sat atop something like a throne.

One young American was at the center of it all.

She was a dervish of hugs, laughter, even tears. Her name was Katie Meyler. It was her 31st birthday and, she would later say, the best day of her life. The More Than Me Academy was opening. Read more...

Cameroon displaced speak of death, displacement, trauma

Internally displaced English speakers from western Cameroon find themselves stranded in their own country, afraid to go home, as the violence continues... Read more...

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