Ambassador Courage Y Kah Secretary General MCRF, Liberia National Children Representative Forum H.E George Weah, President of the Republic of Liberia, H.E Jewel Howard Tayor, Vice President of the Republic of Liberia, Member of the House’s, Honor Minister, Ministry of Labour, Honor Jutomue Doetein, Speaker of the Liberia Children Forum, NGOs, Humanitarians, fellow children(s). The… Continue reading World Day Against Child Labour “Child right Advocate Courage Y Kah Message
In keeping with the 16 days of Activism, (day 7). SIMPLIFICATION AND DISSEMINATION OF THE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE LAW AGAINST WOMEN AND GIRLS. In Action with the Domestic Violence law (To Be Pas Soon). Thefore, we Forbad and rejecte the issue with the house of santa (Republic of Liberia),on the amendment of the rape law.. It's… Continue reading 16 Days of Activism
When ever am alone, I always fees unhappy, that the future of the Liberian children is NOT SAVED. After 15 years of war, we still suffer and fight for peace in this Nation. Things that happened to children's on a daily rate: Injustices, child labor, Rap, child support, uneducated, voiceless rejected and uncountable, not excepted… Continue reading Can Stpo thinking about justic
This blog is written by Courage Y Kah, child right advocate, the author of a case study on accountability and education in Bangladesh commissioned for the 2017/8 GEM Report. The blog is part of a series showing that accountability in education is shaped by a country’s history and political, social, and cultural context. Background: Bangladesh’s… Continue reading More meaningful government engagement with all education actors could improve learning in Bangladesh — World Education Blog
INTRODUCTION The two year work plant for the National Action Plan on Eliminating the worst form of child .