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LIWOMAC, with support from the United Nations Democracy Fund (UNDEF), organized four separate dialogues to discuss the coverage of women’s issues in the media. The dialogue were held in collaboration with different partners on specific occasions, including the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection, Press Union of Liberia and the Ganta Concern Women. Ganta Concern Women is a community based organization involved in peace building, child protection, agriculture, adult Literacy and sexual and gender-based violence advocacy in Ganta City, Nimba County.
The Liberia Women Media Action Committee (LIWOMAC) moved into her own facility in October and began full scale operations a little over eight weeks ago. Since 2013, the organization began construction on a permanent office building to host the Liberia Women Democracy Radio (LWDR FM 91.1) and other operational units. The organization has partially shut down operations, including its radio station, to prepare for the relocation.
The building contains six offices, three studios and is 56ftX52ft (2,900 square feet) in size. A 200foot tall broadcast tower stands magnificently at the back of the building, which is situated in the Cotton Tree- Baptist Seminary Community along the Roberts field-Monrovia Highway. The building construction was undertaken by LIWOMAC with initial funding from GREAT Initiatives, a UK-based gender rights advocacy organization. Additional funds were generated through radio airtime sale.