“It’s important to be aware of what’s going on in the world and to think about how you can start to make a difference, even when you’re a kid.”
The Human Rights Committee concluded its ninety-ninth session today, during which it considered and adopted concludin
President Ellen Johnson is today expected to deliver a special statement to the Women of Liberia when she formally la
A local variety of the nutrient-rich, blue-green algae known as spirulina could boost incomes for women in Chad who h
The Minister for Women and Children Affairs (MOWAC), Hon.
Struggling to survive, hour by hour is difficult as security threats continue to grow for the refugees inside the Cha
As women continue to fight for their rights, the violence against women and girls still continue unabated.
A representative of the 50/50 group in Kono district has revealed that rape is currently on the increase in the area.
A section of Women in Sierra Leone have decided to hold their President right in the spotlight by taking advantage of
The Ministry of Justice, in collaboration with United Nations Fund for Women (UNIFEM) and other partners, Tuesday com
United Nations development chief Helen Clark has lauded the progress made by Ghana towards women's empowerment and ge
It is often philosophized, based on a certain unknown background, that ‘If you educate a woman, you educate a n
A total of 20 teenage girls have benefited from a 10-day training organized by the Thorough Empowerment and Developme
National Women organizers of the four political parties with representation in Parliament have proposed that the cons
Vivian Howard is a single mother who cooks and cleans like just about any other woman in Liberia - but in her work li
The Human Rights Commission of Sierra Leone (HRC-SL) on Wednesday 7th July 2010 trained members of staff on how to pa
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has expressed the hope that the ongoing ECOWAS Delocalized Parliament Meeting in Monr
Liberian lawmakers were on Tuesday, July 6, urged to let ECOWAS parliamentary deliberations, taking place in Liberia,
50-year-old Mama Yeanoh Kakpa was last week elected as the first female town chief of Mandu in the Valunia chiefdom,
Twelve-year-old Rama* in Senegal's Sédhiou region is still in school instead of wedded to a man in his 40s, af
The First Lady, Her Excellency Mrs.