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To work collaboratively with partners at all levels in developing solutions that brings about sustainable change through the provision of strategic and operational planning framework, civic education and leadership innovations that can have lasting impact and truly transform lives.
To establish and sustain an agenda for change that promotes growth and development of individuals, communities and the society based on the inclusion and empowerment of all persons.
Leading Change is Liberian organization founded September 13, 2011 in response to the global call to intensify efforts for youth development and to promote full youth participation in national and global development processes. We focus on working collaboratively with communities, partners, governments, youth groups and individuals to develop sustainable solutions that can transform communities and greatly impact lives.
Educational, transformational, and life impacting discussions, aimed at improving the lives and opportunities of people everywhere.
The Leading Change Revolution Broadcast
10 Biggest Global Challenges
Whether it’s turning promises on climate change into action, rebuilding trust in the financial system, or connecting the world to the internet, the World Economic Forum has singled out 10 key global challenges that, if they are to be addressed, require cooperation from the public and private sectors. Here is a guide to the 10 challenges, and why they matter to the world.
Can Education Prevent Violent Extremism?
The Global Education First Initiative (GEFI) organized a Roundtable Debate on the Prevention of Violent Extremism through Education at the United Nations in New York. The event brought together policy-maker, researchers, practitioners and activists to debate the role of education in the prevention of violent extremism.
Crimes Against Humanity One dictator down
Perhaps 40,000 people died in Chad during Mr Habré’s reign of terror between 1982 and 1990. Armed by America (and supported with hundreds of millions of dollars in aid because of his opposition to Muammar Qadaffi’s regime in Libya), his political police crushed any tribe they deemed a threat to his rule.
3 Reasons We Can Win The Fight Against Poverty
Half of the world's poorest people have something in common: they're small farmers. In this eye-opening talk, activist Andrew Youn shows how his group, One Acre Fund, is helping these farmers lift themselves out of poverty by delivering to them life-sustaining farm services that are already in use all over the world.
For us, the future of these kids matter the most!
Final Pilot Project Report on Career Counseling and Leadership Development training (CCLD) organized for children between ages (8-15) in Liberia.
In today’s development practice, the global push for child rights protection and promotion has taken a dynamic trend-a phenomenon that is providing a strategic concern for development institutions and massively shaping government's development plans in nations around the world. In Liberia, the 2010 child development report by the Ministry of Health & Social Welfare (MOHSW), amongst other things stressed as a key goal the need for building young leaders at community level to impact lives, create lasting change and support sustainable development.