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 2019 where the five Integrity Icons were presented with their awards in Monrovia. The top five Icons were Henry Heina Sele, Musu M. Mulbah, Ord Sejepo Jlateh, Oretha Menyongar Thomas, Samuel G. Ford who work across the sectors of health, education, and safety.
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.
Rap2Rep: Rap2Rep 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.
What does it take to create a co-working space that supports innovation for social impact? @icampuslib Manager @lutherjeke spoke to AL Pakistan Accountability Incubator Lead Bakhtawar Khalid to share the story of the co-working space in #Liberia🇱🇷 https://t.co/iM04GDnNYH https://t.co/zv6mONs53J
We launched our 2020 campaign yesterday with a well-attended event at @icampuslib featuring previous winners, our partners, media and the broader Lab community in #Liberia🇱🇷. Nominations are open and we’re on standby for all your great suggestions! https://t.co/NZv8QGn5mB https://t.co/apMcrV0jTV
Congrats to @AccountLab #Liberia employee of the year Famatta David, Integrity Idol Manager! #leadership #womenleaders #MondayMotivation https://t.co/MNg6jKW9OX