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Our February, 2016 resupply in Voinjama and its surrounding lasted for two days. The team members that participated were: Orando, Socker, Esther James, Boakai Kromah, Kollie Massaqui, Hawa Kamara, Ceyezea Kollie, Jallah Sawo, Saybah Kullie, Kpana Yennego,Ousuma Dukely,...

We have made a significant progress over the past three months supplying neighborhood clinics, schools and public restrooms with medical and sanitation supplies. In the process, everyday gandhis gained recognition and praise from the UN, the County Health Team and the...

July 20, 2015

 

Students welcome eg staff at school grounds

 

During the last few weeks of July, our team has been hard at work re-supplying our identified list of schools and clinics as well as hosted another mourning ceremony.  We humbly extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to...

July 13, 2015

Youth Coordinator, Mulbah Richards reports on our re-supply of neighborhood clinics, restrooms and schools in Monrovia this past week. Richards will be leaving everyday gandhis for a some time to be with his family in Dallas, Texas. He will be sincerely missed and we w...

July 10, 2015

For those following our recent posts, Ebola has officially returned to Liberia via a 17-year-old boy in Monrovia. Though the extent of its spread remains to be seen, it has reminded us that Ebola is not over and will continue to threaten the region. As a result, our ge...

July 6, 2015

 

  On June 28, 52 days after Liberia was declared Ebola free, a 17-year-old boy's death was confirmed from the Virus near Monrovia. This has sparked immediate concern across the region as health officials’ rush to stop a resurgence of the disease. Varying reports attes...

July 1, 2015

Our inspiring team of women peacebuilders in Liberia have recently begun hosting women's circles aptly named, Girls With Open Hearts. Their aim is to support women leaders and to bring awareness to issues in the communities that directly or disproportionately affect wo...

June 12, 2015

From May 25-26, 2015, the Future Guardians of Peace were able to conduct a Climate Change and Tree planting workshop in Voinjama City for the New Life Community, one hit hard by seasonal storms.  This workshop was intended for people to learn how to plant trees, which...

Phase Three of our Ebola awareness and prevention work continued throughout those neighborhoods in Monrovia we have been supporting since the onset of the epidemic. Mulbah Richards and our Future Guardians of Peace were able to deliver badly needed medical and sanitati...

During the final weeks of May, 2015, members of the eg Liberia team commenced Phase Three of our Ebola awareness and prevention work in Voinjama, Foya and Kolahun Districts. This included a re-supply of medical and sanitation materials to local clinics and schools alon...

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