Since 2009 the organization has been operating from a leased property located in Congo Town on the outskirts of Monrovia. It has cost LIWOMAC thousands of United States Dollars that could have benefited the institution in other areas.
Ms. T. Estella Nelson, President of LIWOMAC, described the project as a relief. She said the organization is now in a better position to sustain itself. “God has been faithful to us…He is the foundation of LIWOMAC”, Ms. Nelson pointed out.
The organization was established in 2003 to fight against gender-based violence and raise the voices of women in public debates, using media. It is known for establishing the first radio station (LWDR FM 91.1) dedicated to women, and influencing media and other policies on gender equality. LIWOMAC’s interventions in Liberia also involved empowerment for community women, training, career development and internship and employment opportunities for aspiring and professional journalists.