Scaling up and expanding the impact of the successful pilot Citizen-Government Engagement Project. The Project makes use of a technology-based SMS platform and telephone hotline for reporting sexual abuse. It is being implemented in four counties in Liberia.


We respond to the urgent needs for better grass-roots mechanisms that engage people in the processes of advocating for global values, finding global solutions to global issues, and building more participatory global governance institutions.


The Liberia Citizen-Government Engagement Project  (CGEP) started July 2014, seeks to close the communications and engagement gap in Liberia between government and citizens and citizens and their government. 


Build the capacity of the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection, the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Justice to work together to support the Project’s two-way feedback loop system and reduce the incidence of sexual abuse in Liberia.


Established a clear-cut two-way communication and feedback process between citizens and government. Made innovative use of ICTs to support this communication and feedback process; built capacities of government and citizens, handle and sustain the systems.


Demographically speaking, the TGCI project (technology-based SMS platform for reporting sexual abuse) has its concentration in four counties and its citizen in Liberia: Grand Cape Mount, Bomi, Margibi, and Montserrado Counties.


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