Youth Crime Watch of Liberia

: Apr 20, 2020

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About Me

Youth Crime Watch of Liberia  is a National organization that exists to empower, improve and transform the livelihood of people in the Liberian Society. We work to achieve this goal with focus on access to Education, Civil Engagement, Female Leadership and Entrepreneurship.


Youth Crime Watch of Liberia is legally registered under the laws of the Republic of Liberia. It also has a Consultative Status to the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). It is the highest status granted by the United Nations to non-governmental organizations (NGO's).



At the heart of Youth Crime Watch Liberia’s programs is a strategy or theory of change that recognizes the need for active, empowered and enabled youth citizens who have

a channel for interaction with an accountable state and society with the goal of reducing and preventing crime. By enabling and empowering Liberian youth through experience (community development projects), opportunities (leadership), skill-based training (entrepreneurship), and access (knowledge, education and technology), we help to bridge power gaps while simultaneously decentralizing economic activities and encouraging civil engagements.


With programs entirely focused on building confidence, trauma healing, business/skills training, and action for women we help redistribute power bringing Liberia’s most at risk populations to a space where they can be heard, respected and incorporated into all aspects of society and policy. While we currently focus on grassroots empowerment,

we are beginning to incorporate civil engagement and policy advocacy into many of our programs. We do so through the establishment of innovative, collaborative platforms and channels that could connect all Liberians.


Keywords and matching areas:

 Food Safety
 Entrepreneurship and SMEs
 Social Innovation
 Disadvantaged People
 Gender Equality
 Education and Training
 Youth Exchanges

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