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What Country are you from?
Liberia
How do you want to get involved?
Connect with other global-minded leaders, Start/Join a IYC Chapter, Learn about Best Practices for Development
What other organizations are you involved with?
Consolidated Youth for Peace & Development (COYPED) a registered non-governmental organization established in 2008. COYPED seeks to empowered young people to contribute positive to society by working together with a shared sense of purpose an responsibility on matters relative to education, health, anti-Corruption, human right and developmental issues regardless of race, gender, disability, ethnicity, geographical location, political or religious affiliation.
Global Youth Anti-Corruption Network Liberia Chapter
a network of over 25 civil society youth organization in Liberia fighting against corruption and ensuring that transparency and accountability are adhered to in every sector of the Country.
What issues are important to you?
Poverty, Education, Gender Equality, Health, HIV & Other Diseases, Human Rights, Youth Empowerment
What is your favorite quote?
If young people are empowered to develop, managed and especially implement programs that directly affect youths more can be achieve.

James Koryor's Blog

COYPED Launches ASRH Project in Bomi County, Liberia

Posted on August 1, 2015 at 7:10pm 0 Comments

The Consolidated Youth for Peace & Development (COYPED) in partnership with the Pan-African Youth Leaders Network (ROJALNU) and the Ministry of Youth & Sports over the week end officially launched the Community Participation Project to improve Adolescent Sexual & Reproductive Health in Tubmanburg City, Bomi County. The Project is funded by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).

Speaking at the official launch of the Community Participation Project to Improve…

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COYPED Launches ASRH Project in Bomi County, Liberia

Posted on August 1, 2015 at 7:09pm 0 Comments

The Consolidated Youth for Peace & Development (COYPED) in partnership with the Pan-African Youth Leaders Network (ROJALNU) and the Ministry of Youth & Sports over the week end officially launched the Community Participation Project to improve Adolescent Sexual & Reproductive Health in Tubmanburg City, Bomi County. The Project is funded by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).



Speaking at the official launch of the Community Participation Project to Improve… Continue

GYAC-Liberia to Launch Electoral Integrity Project on International Youth Day…

Posted on July 26, 2014 at 8:24am 0 Comments

The Liberian Chapter of the Global Youth Anti-Corruption Network an international anti-corruption and integrity institution established by the World Bank Institute in 2009 is expected to launch the Liberian Youth Electoral Integrity Project on August 12, 2014 in commemoration of the 2014 International Youth Day.

 

According to GYAC-Liberia National Coordinator, James Koryor the Project focuses on civic engagement, elections integrity awareness around themes dedicated to the…

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Dismiss and Prosecute Former Gender Minister …. GYAC-Liberia Calls on President Sirleaf

Posted on July 6, 2014 at 1:23pm 0 Comments

The Liberian Chapter of the Global Youth Anti-Corruption Network an international anti-corruption and integrity institution established by the World Bank Institute in 2009, has made the latest call for the immediate dismissal and subsequent prosecution of Madam Varbah Glayflor Director of Cabinet, Republic of Liberia for corruption while serving as Minister of Gender & Development.



According to the international anti-corruption youth group the recent recommendation by the Public… Continue

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At 12:53pm on January 5, 2012, Khwezi Kondile said…
Thank you for the acknowledgement. Through this forum we can create a movement that will revolutionise the face of this continent. It has been said that although most of our elder leaders have achieved in the fight against gender and racial inequality, it is up to our generation to ensure that social and economic welfare is achieved, especially within this region. I look forward to parting knowledge with you, please look out for a post that I will publishing soon
 
 
 

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