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July Re-Supply and Mourning Ceremonies

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 GlobalGiving and our US team for their tireless efforts expanding our work in the communities at this level. The work of everyday gandhis has been exposed not only in Lofa, but has extended to other counties where responses from the communities have been very encouraging. Our work has become increasingly important and we have been working with community leaders to identify the most vulnerable schools and clinics in the affected

Monrovia Clinic Re-supply: July, 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 wish him all the best on his journey! All future supply's of our growing list of clinics and individuals will be directed by our Future Guardians of Peace as designated in the below report. Group photo at Stanko Medical Clinic First of all, we want to say many thanks and appreciations to GlobalGiving and our private donors for their tremendous efforts towards Ebola prevention and other health related activities in Liberia. On Ju

Social Media Toolkit for Ebola Match Campaign

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 generous partners at GlobalGiving will be hosting another donation match day to help distribute the rest of the Ebola project funds from the April campaign. There is $46,480 left in matching, but don’t hesitate as funds are guaranteed to go fast! Details as follows: All donations made @ bit.ly/EbolaMatch beginning Wednesday July 15th, 2015 @ 9amEDT will be matched at 140%! All remaining funds will be matched at 100% after the 15

Ebola Returns to Liberia

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 attest that the victim had anywhere from 100-200 contacts before his diagnosis, two of which have already tested positive. It is unsure at this time how he contracted the disease as his family insists he had no contact with anyone from Sierra Leone or Guinea, nor had he travelled to the regions still reporting cases since falling ill. Possibilities include transmittance by infected meat, or by semen that can contain the virus for up to

Girls With Open Hearts

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 women. Past topics have included domestic violence and abuse, Ebola and disease awareness and teenage pregnancy. This months gathering in the Lawalazu Road Community focused on the latter topic, inviting young girls to share in the fruitful discussion. everyday gandhis team leader, Esther T. James reports on the meeting. Girls With Open Hearts participants and their children gather for a group photo The Girls with Open Hearts gro

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