Mar 4, 2016

NED funded Training on the Liberian Constitution

Women Constitution Review Process - Recent event organized by this institution ...
Mar 4, 2016

NED funded Training on the Liberian Constitution

Women Constitution Review Process - Recent event organized by this institution ...
Mar 3, 2016

UN WOMEN VISIT TO LIWOMAC - Platform Guests quietly watched & listened to the power presentation

The Executive Director of the United Nations Women has pledged the ...
Mar 3, 2016

UN WOMEN VISIT TO LIWOMAC - Other Women Groups

The Executive Director of the United Nations Women has pledged the ...
Mar 3, 2016

UN WOMEN VISIT TO LIWOMAC - Estella Nelson LIWOMAC President Speech

The President of the Liberia Women Media Action Committee (LIWOMAC) has called ...
Mar 3, 2016

UN WOMEN VISIT TO LIWOMAC - Phumzile Mlambo Ngcuka, Executive Director of the United Nations Women

The Executive Director of the United Nations Women has pledged the ...
Feb 11, 2016

16 Days Campaign Inspires Mass Action to End Child Rape in Liberia

A few yards away from the home of President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf—in the Fish ...
Jan 25, 2016

16 Days Campaign Inspires Mass Action to End Child Rape in Liberia

A few yards away from the home of President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf—in the Fish ...
Jan 24, 2016

Womankind Worldwide launches .......

LIWOMAC with support from Womankind Worldwide launches community taskforce to ...
Jan 24, 2016

LIWOMAC COMPLETES BUILDING PROJECT

The Liberia Women Media Action Committee (LIWOMAC) moved  into her own facility ...
Jan 24, 2016

More Rural Female Journalist mentored,,,,, hear from Lorpu Beyan

“I used to believe that journalism was only meant for men and not for women…” ...
Jan 24, 2016

Mentoring Program Change Perception and Role of Female Journalists in Rural Liberia

Like any other professional field, the media in post-war Liberia is still under ...

Latest News

  • Gender Issues
  • Advocacy
  • Technology
  • Commuities
  • Developing Stories
May 01, 2016
0
FOREWORD   The Liberia Women Media Action Committee (LIWOMAC) works to ensure the promotion and protection of women’s rights for their individual and social advancement. Critical to this responsibility is to ensure that grassroots women and girls have access to and utilize media, particularly radio, to address issues of security,
January 24, 2016
0
LIWOMAC with support from Womankind Worldwide launches community taskforce to fight against rape in West Point and Kamara Town.
May 01, 2016
0
Empowering Rural Women In Liberia Through The Use Of Mobile Technology About fifteen participants successfully completed a week long intensive training with skills to produce educational radio programmes on preventive health and agricultural issues commonly affecting women in Lofa County. Among the participants were five females and six male
March 03, 2016
0
Download Links to Play Online Radio with Specific Players on your PC Tune-In Links  Winamp, iTunes  http://cast1.servcast.net/tunein/lwdrradio111.pls  Windows Media Player  http://cast1.servcast.net/tunein/lwdrradio111.asx  Real Player  http://cast1.servcast.net/tunein/lwdrradio111.ram
January 24, 2016
0
LIWOMAC with support from Womankind Worldwide launches community taskforce to fight against rape in West Point and Kamara Town.
January 24, 2016
0
During the months of June and July 2015, LIWOMAC was busy organizing a number of training sessions aimed at capacitating journalists to report on women and children during the post Ebola period. The first training, held at the Liberia Media Center began in late June and brought together 20 journalists from June 29 to July 3, 2015. The second
May 01, 2016
0
The Age of a child in the CRC Report suffers setback at the National Legislature               The issues of the Women of Liberia in the CRC’s final Report at the National Legislature is gradually being swept under the rug by Lawmakers. The women presented six issues at the Constitution Review National Conference in Gbarnga, Bong County
April 22, 2016
0
Perception and Attitude Towards the Ebola Virus Disease In Liberia FOREWORD Liberia, a nation recovering from 14 years of civil war, striving to rebuild crippled governance structures and badly damaged infrastructures, today remains the epicenter of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) since its outbreak in the Mano River Basin in March 2014. The

Markets / Finance

Empowering Rural Women In Liberia Through The Use Of Mobile Technology About fifteen participants successfully
Empowering Rural Women In Liberia Through The Use Of Mobile Technology About fifteen participants successfully completed a week long intensive training with skills to produce educational radio programmes on preventive health and agricultural issues commonly affecting women in Lofa County. Among the participants were five females and six male practicing journalists, as well as four members of ...
Download Links to Play Online Radio with Specific Players on your PC Tune-In Links  Winamp, iTunes 
Download Links to Play Online Radio with Specific Players on your PC Tune-In Links  Winamp, iTunes  http://cast1.servcast.net/tunein/lwdrradio111.pls  Windows Media Player  http://cast1.servcast.net/tunein/lwdrradio111.asx  Real Player  http://cast1.servcast.net/tunein/lwdrradio111.ram  QuickTime  ...
Like any other professional field, the media in post-war Liberia is still under capacitated in terms of skilled
Like any other professional field, the media in post-war Liberia is still under capacitated in terms of skilled personnel and graowth. Unethical conduct on the part of many journalists presents the media as a rogue entity. Low pay, poverty and the lack of adequate equipment are some other problems named as reasons why journalists are struggling with their career.However, the experience of women ...
Business

Recently at a two-day national dialogue organized by the Women of Liberia Peace network (WOLPNET), the Zoes (traditional people) of Liberia reached a number of resolutions including no forced initiation. They agreed that women who go to the Sande Society should reach the age of consent, 18, and should willingly go to be initiated. If these resolutions are passed into law by the National Legislature, it means the issue of child initiation or forced initiation will be eradicated.

This report was compiled by the writer with support from Womankind Worldwide, under the “Empowering Media for Inclusive Governance” Project implemented in Liberia by LIWOMAC.

 

Mission Statement LWDR is a non-profit radio for women operated by the Liberia Women Media Action Committee to educate, inform and entertain through programming that promotes the rights and concerns of women.

News Tagged

Media Download

Template Settings

Theme Colors

Cyan Red Green Oranges Teal

Layout

Wide Boxed Framed Rounded
Patterns for Layour: Boxed, Framed, Rounded
Top

We use cookies to improve our website. By continuing to use this website, you are giving consent to cookies being used. More details…