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In an effort to unite citizens in concession areas and concessionaires, USAID/Liberia Accountability and Voice Initiative (USAID/LAVI) in collaboration with the Liberia Media Center (LMC) has brought together community members and companies through sports.

The activity is part of the Natural Resource Management (NRM) Coalition project currently implemented by eight civil society organizations (CSOs) in the country with support from USAID/LAVI.
The USAID/LAVI project supports citizens’ participation in the issues that are important for Liberia. The eight CSOs including the LMC are currently looking at issues surrounding the County Social Development Fund (CSDF) and improving the management, governance, citizens’ participation and inclusion in the County Social Development Fund (CSDF) in the country.
The objective of USAID/LAVI is to increase those organizations’ capacity to advocate for and monitor policy and accountability reforms to promote more inclusive governance in the CSDF Liberia.
The advocacy campaign of the Natural Resource Management Coalition is also enabling the promotion of citizens’ participation in management and monitoring of County Social Development Funds.
As part of this project, USAID/LAVI and LMC team visited the former Cocopa Rubber Plantation now managed by the Nimba Rubber Incorporated (NRI) and organized a football game between the staffs of NRI and the community members aimed at uniting the community and the company for the smooth conduct of activities in that part of the country.
USAID/LAVI and the Liberia Media Center (LMC) provided sets of jersey for the community team with football among others for the game.
Similar game was organized in Kokoyah between the community and the MNG Company in the area for a smooth relationship.
The USAID Liberia Accountability and Voice Initiative (LAVI) is designed to strengthen multi-stakeholder partnerships to advocate for and monitor accountability and policy reforms.
LAVI aims to help Liberian civil-society organizations build, strengthen their capacity to participate in issue-based reforms and enhance their sustainability. LAVI supports USAID’s goal of helping Liberia achieve more effective, accountable and inclusive governance.

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