Since 2007, WCI has been working in Liberia to politically, socially, and economically empower Liberian women and youth through its proven curricula. WCI’s Liberia efforts began in partnership with the Ministry of Gender and Development and the National Rural Women’s Program of Liberia when WCI implemented a three-year USAID program to promote leadership, food security and economic empowerment for more than 20,000 rural women in all 15 counties. 

During and after the Ebola Virus Disease crisis, WCI has continued to play a crucial role in providing health messaging, improving access to necessary support in rural areas, and equipping nearly 70,000 women with community leadership skills to rebuild their communities. In 2016 and beyond, WCI will continue supporting Liberia’s efforts to rebuild by providing increasing health messaging and community development support to partner communities.