Accountability Lab Liberia is based at the bustling iCampus Liberia complex on Snapper Hill in Monrovia.
Integrity Icon: The latest edition of this campaign culminated with an Awards Ceremony in December 2020 where the five Integrity Icons were presented with their awards in Monrovia. The top five Icons were, Eric T. Joboe, Deputy Commander of the Crime Service Department at Grand Kru Police Detachment; Titus K. Tikwa Jr., a Senior Compliance and Monitoring Officer at the Public Procurement and Concessions Commission (PPCC) in Monrovia; Victor W. Nyanneh, a principal of the J. J. Dickson United Methodist High School in Barclayville, Grand Kru; O. Wanley Wanga, an officer-in-charge (OIC) at the Totoquelleh Clinic for the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MOH/SW) in Bopolu City, Gbarpolu County; and Sumoiwuo Z Harris, a Project Director for road projects at the Department of Public Works.
Civic Action Teams: With a focus on natural resource management issues and strengthening relationships between communities, government and companies in concession areas.
Accountability Incubator: With a focus on accountability within natural resource management.
Voice2Rep: Voice2Rep is a first-of-its-kind music competition searching for underground and undiscovered music artists who support greater representation, participation and accountability.
Reel Peace: 45 women from across Liberia are making films about peace and accountability in their communities, culminating in a national women’s film festival in the spring of 2019.
iCampus (OpenGovHub): Liberia’s first fully-equipped co-working, community and innovation space.
The Democracy campaign is supported by the @NEDemocracy https://t.co/XCTpVPQwEG