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Rescue Women Liberia Ends a Day Long Sexual Exploitation and Drugs Abuse Stakeholders Training Workshop In Montserrado

The Officer In Charge (OIC) of UNESCO Liberia Stephenson Seidi appreciated RWL and team for their commitment in making sure that SEA and DA issues are discuss in finding ways to have them minimize for the growth and development of Liberia and Africa at large. OIC Seidi angrily stressed the issue that is trending in Liberia about a 12years old female who was reported as being married to a 57 years old man.” This is unfortunate and sadly I understand, the man has flied Liberia with the girl to Guinea.
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By: Edmund C. Gbarwee, Nimba D-9 TV Public Health Reporter

Email: nimbad9Tv2018@gmail.com, +231778070604

Paynesville, Montserrado Liberia:With funding from UNESCO, Rescue Women Liberia(RWL) one of Liberia leading Women’s Right Civil Society Organizations ended a day long Stakeholders Advocacy Campaign workshop under the Theme: Ensuring an effective , safe and accessible community free of Sexual Exploitation Abuse (SEA) and Drugs Abuse (DA).

Madame Laretta George, Executive Director Rescue Women Liberia provided the importance of bringing the stakeholders together in seeking a path of this long-standing SEA and DA which is now becoming a looming security and public health threat in Liberia.

Speaking to the participants, The Officer In Charge (OIC) of UNESCO Liberia Stephenson Seidi appreciated RWL and team for their commitment in making sure that SEA and DA issues are discuss in finding ways to have them minimize for the growth and development of Liberia and Africa at large. OIC Seidi angrily stressed the issue that is trending in Liberia about a 12years old female who was reported as being married to a 57 years old man.” This is unfortunate and sadly I understand, the man has flied Liberia with the girl to Guinea.

Linda Barrolle-Saygbe, Training & Outreach Coordinator SGBV Crimes Unit Ministry of Justice who presented on Sexual Exploitation and Abuse as Lead Facilitator appreciated RWL and UNESCO for this project because on a day-to-day basis, this generation is being affected all because of SEA or DA. “She equally urged participants to collectively get involve in ending SEA and DA.

In another development, The Youth Chair of West Point Andrew Kafi, revealed to Rescue Women Liberia and other stakeholders that, the women of West Point are now resolved to demolish all ghettoes, because teenagers in that part of Montserrado are dying daily from drugs mainly the newer drug in town called ‘Kush”.

As you may record, Liberia Justices System lost out on USD$100Million Drugs Case with a lot of public outcried.

On a daily basis, Liberian Teenagers both males and females are getting recruiter into the hobbit and it is now time to get involve as stakeholders and citizens to end these looming threats.

According to Pewee J. Laward SGBV/MOJ/Case Liaison Officer who closed out by saying that SEA and DA is now a national issue and everyone including the government of Liberia should seriously put in all plans to fight these issues from one end to another for a better Liberia.

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