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ROJALNU-Liberia Newsletter
Official Launch of ROJALNU-Liberia Office
The Pan-African Youth Leaders Network (ROJALNU)-Liberia was officially launched On
January 10, 2014 in the Conference Room of UNFPA by Youth Delegates to the 4th Pan African
Youth Leaders‟ Summit which held in Dakar, Senegal 2014. The Launch brought together and
benefited from the expert opinions of cross section of youths, women, Civil Society, Government
and UN Agency Representatives. The objective of the launch was to create awareness and
officially inform the public on the existing of the Pan African Youth Leaders Network.

The Program was officially opened by UNFPA Program Manager on Adolescent Sexual and
Reproductive Health (ASRH), Maybe Garmai Livingston; she welcomed participants to the
conference room of UNFPA and told them to consult UNFPA staff if there is anything needed
during the Program. The broad overview of the program and the Pan African Youth Leaders
Network was made by Youth Ambassador Joseph Cheayan Coordinator of the Network. He
extended thanks to the Family of UNFPA for giving young people the opportunity to see
themselves as change makers and involving them in global and National decision making. He
told participants that ROJALNU is a Network that comprised of Youth Leaders in Africa and
African youths in the Diaspora, and said the Network was established in 2004 at the first Pan
African Youth Leadership Summit held in Dakar, Senegal. He further said the Pan African
Youth Leaders Network was founded to raise awareness among young people and youth
organizations and to coordinate the participation of young people and youth organizations in the
monitoring of the MDGs implementation in Liberia and Africa in general. He also indicated that
it was established to build the capacities of youth and youth led organizations to work towards
supporting the achievements of the MDGs in Africa. Youth Ambassador Joseph Cheayan noted
that the establishment of the Network in Liberia is intended to consolidate ideas of youth Leaders
in promoting Adolescent Sexual & Reproductive Health. Speaking during the Program as Quest

Speaker-youth Advocate Stephen Lavalah-Executive Director of the youth Exploring Solution
(YES) stated that for too long young people of Liberia have been placed in cage for 14 years.
Young Lavalah stressed that the minds of the youths have been polluted and that they are
disconnected from the modern development activities and governance reform. He further said
their future remains bleak until they can rise above the narrow confidence of poverty subjugation
and marginalization.

The Executive Director of YES mention that the young people of Liberia cannot foster any
change if their minds are not develop to fully contribute to post war development, adding that
they will continue to be used as channels for greedy and selfish politicians in Liberia. He
indicated that International community and development partners need to prioritize young people
in development agendas including the post2015 development framework. He said young people
of Liberia constitute 56% of the country population while globally young people constitute 43%
and the need to prioritize young people development cannot be overemphasized.
The youth Advocate commented UNFPA and other UN agencies for their continue support to
youth initiatives and for creating the platform for young people to see themselves as agents of
change in Liberia and the world at large. . The Youth Advocate said, funding is a great
challenge to young people initiatives in Liberia and mention that in order young people to
contribute to global and national developments, their initiatives should be direct financed by
development partners.
UNFPA Assistant Country Representative-Dr. Pratt Officially Launched ROJALNULiberia
Officially Launching the Network-UNFPA Assistant Country Representative-Dr. Pratt Mention
that the youths are important part of any nation because, they constitute bulk of the potential
population. He urges young people to take advantage of shifting their future so that their voices
can be heard in all development agendas. Call on youths to be committed in the work of the Pan
African youth Leaders Network and UNFPA doors are open for guidance and support. He said
UNFPA is committed to it support to youth initiatives and participation in decision making at all
levels. Moreover, he told participants that the UNFPA Country Representative would have loved

to be at the launch but it was unfortunate for her due to International engagement. He said
UNFPA objective is to ensure that every pregnancy is wanted and every child birth is safe and
every young person potential is realized.
Regular Membership Meetings
The Pan African Youth Leaders Network–Liberia held ten (10) strategic meetings in 2014-2015
intended for young people to discuss programs and Implementation strategies, and identify
strategic partners for support. The first meeting brought together Sixty Representatives from
youth led and Student organizations in Montserrado County. The Meeting focused on debrief of
the Youth Delegates from the Pan African Youth Leadership Summit held in Dakar, Senegal.
The Youth Delegates from the Summit also held the opportunity to share with friends and
colleagues the outcomes of the Dakar youth Summit. According to them the Dakar Youth
Leadership Summit brought together over 500 young people from the 54 African Countries and
Young people in the Diaspora with the aim to discuss and harness the energy and intelligence of
young Africans around the global effort to achieve the Millennium development Goals (MDGs).
At the meeting, youth Leaders from the Summit informed their Colleagues that their
participation was made possible by UNFPA-Liberia and generally, the Summit was sponsored by
UNFPA, UNAIDs and other African Governments including the Governments of Senegal and
Burkina Faso. At the end of the meeting,, Youth Delegates from the Summit distributed the
Dakar call to action among youth Participants present at the meeting and few copies of the Bali
youth Declaration. The second meeting focused on membership mobilization and building
partnership with youth led and civil society Organizations, the

Meeting gathered fifty young people again from member organizations of the Network. At the
end of the meeting, a strategy was developed to enable young people identify youth led and civil
society organizations working on youth issues relating to Reproductive Health and HIV

Prevention including the ICPD and the post2015 development Agenda. We were also able to
develop membership application form so as to enable us take record on member organizations
and individuals who are part of the Network. Young people were also able to develop and
finalized the Network information brochure and developed draft of the Network Constitution that
will guide membership and participation of the Network members in its activities.
The third
meeting concentrated on way forward in identifying donor partners and Institutions interested in
youth work and what are the thematic programs those organizations are interested in working
with youths. The meeting highlighted institutions like UNFPA, UNAIDs, WHO, UNDP, Open
Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA), IBIS, USA Embassy in Liberia self-Initiative Fund,
PPAL, Save the Children, IREX, FAO, etc. During the meeting, youth Leaders were also able
to develop Six (6) strategic programs that are intended to promote youth development.
The 4th Strategic meeting, this meeting brought together seventy eight (78) young people from
youth organizations with the objective to give them updates on the Network activities and other
engagements. National Coordinator along with other Executive staffs of the Network provided
comprehensive updates and informed members that the organization is now part of the Liberia
NGO Network, Liberia Civil Society Council and focus organization of the UN Secretary
General Youth Envoy- Global Partnership for youth Development program. The rest of the
meetings were regular membership meetings which entailed updating member’s organizations
about opportunity relating to funding and international travels and advocacy campaigns.
Stakeholders Meetings
The Network Leadership held meetings with many stakeholders and organizations including the
United Nations Joint Program on AIDs (UNAIDs), the Open Society Initiative for West Africa
(OSIWA) and the ministry of Gender and Development, World Health Organization (WHO) and
the UN Women.
Liberia Youth Leaders Respond to CAP
On Friday, youth Leaders from ROJALNU-Liberia welcomed the launch of the Common
African Position on what should follow the Millennium Development Goals when they expire in
ROJALNU-Liberia commended the commitment of African leaders‟ recognition of some of the
most pressing issues that affect young people in Liberia and around the world.

The youth Leaders also felt that the High Level Committee, which was chaired by Liberian
President H.E. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, had listened to the priorities activists set out in the
„Liberian Youth Common Position on the post-2015 agenda‟ launched in November, following
nationwide consultations with youth in every Liberian county. The Youth Leaders particularly
welcomed African Leaders overarching Ambition to eradicate extreme poverty in all its forms;
According to the Youth Leaders, Liberia needs post2015 framework that leaves no one behind;
the recognition of a vital importance of tackling inequalities; including via inclusive growth;
decent work-redistributive policies; equitable access to services and universal human rights;
Commitment to improve natural resources and biodiversity management and address corruption,
as particularly relevant issues in Liberia; and increase youth access to sexual and reproductive
Health services within communities and provide preventive methods for HIV/AIDs infection.
Media engagement
The Network Leadership has had six (6) major talkshows on the Network activities and youth
Development. The Talkshows were held on UNMIL radio station and Love-FM on 10th StreetSinkor. The objectives of the talkshows were to discuss youth meaningful participation in the
post2015 and youth unemployment in the post2015 development agenda.
Official Launch of the TPAPC Campaign
The Campaign was officially launched by UNAIDs Country Representative on Friday-March 17,
2014 in the Conference Room of the United Nations Population (UNFPA). The launch brought
together civil society, Student Groups, youth leaders, INGOs and the United Nations systems.
The objective of the Campaign is to create awareness and educate youths and adolescents in
schools and communities and to promote sexual and reproductive health and HIV/AIDs

Prevention, thereby improving the quality of awareness and services provided to youth and
adolescents through advocacy. Providing the overview of the Campaign, ROJALNU-Liberia
National Coordinator told participants that the Campaign will Support a variety of Youth
Reproductive Health (YRH) initiatives, including Family Planning (FP) and HIV/AIDs
prevention, advocacy against Female Genital mutilation (FGM) and encourages partners to
integrate reproductive health and other preventative health measures into current youth
development practices. It will also focus on youth and Adolescent Girls health education in ten
(10) rural and urban communities and schools in Montserrado and Bomi Counties. According to
him, the Network will establish health clubs in Ten (10) high schools and create awareness in
communities and schools including debate and lecture series on the stated problems.
Launching and delivering his special Statement at the program, the UNAIDs Country
Representative told youth leaders that the Campaign is a worthy initiative and worth support and
UNAIDs is available for any support to the initiative. He also extended thanks to youth leaders
for been farsighted and innovative.

UNAIDS Country Representative to Liberia right and Youth Ambassador Joseph Cheayan
Speaking at the Launch was Population Service International (PSI) Sexual and Reproductive
Health (SRH) program Manager, She said, PSI is implementing similar program that bring
young people together to discuss about sex on the radio and provide guidance for early
pregnancy and STIS/HIV/AIDs prevention. She said PSI doors are open for partnership and
collaboration in the Campaign activities relative to Sexual and Reproductive Health.
Youth Life Skill Training Workshop
In May 2014, ROJALNU-Liberia conducted a two day Life Skill training workshop for youth
and students Leaders in Montserrado County at the Planned Parenthood Association-Liberia
(PPAL) Conference Room with Support from the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).
The Workshop brought together 35 youth and student Participants from communities and schools
within Montserrado County with the objective to strengthen their skill in advocating for change
with their various communities and schools and how to manage the established Health Clubs of
ROJALNU within schools and communities.

The Workshop was facilitated by four trained and ASRH and HIV Prevention Specialists from
both International and National Institutions working in Liberia. Those Organization include;
Joint United Nations Programme on AIDS (UNAIDS), Population Service International (PSI),
Planned Parenthood Association (PPAL)-Liberia and the Liberia Media Center (LMC). The
workshop features six (6) Key thematic issues that include; Youth Access to sexual and
Reproductive Health; Drawn Backs, Challenges & Prospects, Promoting HIV/AIDS education
amongst Youths and Students: Strategies for intervention, Using the Media as effective advocacy
tool against teenage pregnancy and HIV/AIDS, the role of condom in teenage pregnancy and
HIV/AIDS Prevention, Advocating for Family planning in primary Health Care and HIV Care
Treatment and the role and responsibilities of the students and youths in the Management of the
Health clubs..

Youth Action Prevents Ebola Project.
The Youth Action Prevents Ebola Project was implemented by ROJALNU-Liberia with funding
Support from CARE-Liberia and the Institute for Research & Democratic Development
(IREDD) within five urban poor communities in Montserrado County. The objective of the
project was to provide Ebola preventive materials to communities with low income people who
couldn`t provide these materials for their homes during the Ebola crisis. The Project provided
Ebola preventive materials and awareness by distributing over one thousand flyers developed by
ROJALNU, UNFPA and the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and United Nations
Development Programme (UNDP) in targeted communities. We also recruited 3 computer
knowledgeable youth volunteers and provided them with transport and meals so that, they can
provide three (3) days weekly volunteering services in Data Entry and call answering within
various Centers of our target communities.
Where there were video clubs, markets, and
community discussion halls Etc.) ROJALNU-Liberia also deployed ground volunteer teams in
each of these earmarked communities where our buckets were positioned to manage the Buckets.
The Buckets were donated to homes with ROJALN Logo. Our team also provided a one godetergent packages that include: dozen of soap, chloride and chlorine to go with each of the
buckets. The project was successfully implemented in the five communities that include;
Chicken Soup Factory, Bassa Town, Neezoe, Johnsonville and New Kru Town communities
respectively. Today, through the support of ROJALNU-Liberia and International Partners,
Liberia has been declared Ebola free and our volunteers are still actively working with the
Ministry of Health in providing volunteering services in contact tracing.
Official Launch of Condoms Campaign in Liberia

The United Nation Population Fund (UNFPA) and its implementing Partners including
ROJALNU-Liberia launched a nine months nationwide free condoms promotion Campaign at
the Monrovia City hall and around Montserrado County. This Program brought together
international and National NGOs, Civil Society organizations, Prominent Individuals and many
students grouping.

ROJALNU-Liberia Youth Volunteers on Condom Campaign
The purpose of this program is to promote “SAFE SEX” by making Condoms available to
people, and also with the Ebola case which was ongoing in our motherland Liberia, this also
affect the low condoms usage. After a series of Consultation meeting with Partners including
ROJALNU Liberia, UNFPA with close consultation with the Ministry of Health saw the need to
conduct a Nationwide Condom Promotion Campaign as a way of increasing Condom utilization
to promote safer Sex. The theme of the Campaign is “USE CONDOMS, STAY SAFE”
ROJALNU was actively involved with the official launched of the Nationwide Condom
Promotion Campaign at the Monrovia City by UNFPA and its partners. Prior to the day of June
4, 2015, ROJALNU-Liberia participated in three Radio talkshows sponsored by the United
Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). Those Radio Stations include; UNMIL and Power TV. Two
talkshows were conducted on UNMIL and one on Power TV respectively. Additionally,
ROJALNU-Liberia held one Radio talkshows on voice FM with support from its members and
the Station Manager of Voice FM. The objective of the publicity was to inform the public about
the important of Condom use and its benefits and to also create awareness on the Campaign
Activities. ROJALNU-Liberia also participated in over six (6) meetings organized by UNFPA
and its partners to share ideas and identify way forward for the National Launched of the
Condom Campaign.

ROJALNU-Liberia trained twenty peer educators that help in the dissemination of the condoms
during the official launch of the Campaign at the Monrovia City Hall. Ten (10) Peer educators
were assigned to each boot of ROJALNU posted at street corners specifically at the Monrovia
City Hall and the Old and New Matadi intersection. Additionally, fifteen young people were also
recruited from ROJALNU-Liberia Member organizations to help in Logistical coordination and
participation in the general indoor program held at the Monrovia City Hall. The total number of
young people recruited and participated in the Program by ROJALNU-Liberia was thirty five
UNFPA Provided 8 cottons of male and 2 cottons of female cottons. Additionally, its provided
twenty five (25) T. Sheets and twenty five (25) Caps including two umbrellas to ROJALNULiberia to carry out the Condoms dissemination. Moreover, additional three Cottons of male
condoms were provided to ROJALNU-Liberia due to it passion and truthfulness to voluntarily
participate in the Condom launch Campaign. All the Condoms cottons provided to ROJALNU
were finished before 11: ooAm at both boots. The volunteering activities were financially made
possible by ROJALNU international headquarters in Burkina-Faso
Community Partnership Project to improve Adolescent Sexual & Reproductive Health
The Pan African Youth Leaders Network ROJALNU-Liberia, with funding support from the
UNFPA through Ministry of Youth & Sports Member organization (COYPED) implemented a 4
Months Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH) and HIV prevention programme in Bomi County.
The focus of the programme was to enable Adolescence and Youths and other Vulnerable
Children to make informed and responsible decisions about their SRH, reducing their risk of
HIV infection and be supported appropriately by their communities. This programme was

implemented within the broader goals of ROJALNU-Liberia which are aimed at ensuring that
Adolescence and Youths have improved livelihoods and employment opportunities, make
informed decisions about their SRH that lead to healthy lives and actively participate in decisionmaking processes on issues affecting their lives.

The Project was implemented by ROJALNU Member Organization in the framework of
ROJALNU broader strategy targeting youth-in-school and youth–out-of school with activities
that included training of volunteer peer educators, providing SRH and life skills education,
providing advocacy on the need to have youth friendly SRH services, encouraging Adolescence
and Youth (AY) to have an increased understanding of youth SRH issues and adopt as well as
support each other in taking up health-seeking behavior. The programme also aimed to provide
young volunteers with opportunities to develop their leadership experience and advocate against
issues relating to child marriage and Female Genital cutting. Up to the implementation of the
project by it Member organization, ROJALNU-Liberia played critical role through persistent
monitoring and evaluation of the Project activities and the achievement of its Objectives.
The purpose of the Monitoring and evaluation was to explore the outcomes and impact of the
programme, in order to facilitate an understanding amongst ROJALNU-Liberia, its partners and
programme beneficiaries of the extent to which the envisaged change has been realized. The
Monitoring and evaluation was also purported to identify and document best practices and
lessons learned during the programme implementation period as well as proffer
recommendations for future programming.

The programme was therefore Monitored and evaluated against the five broad evaluation themes
of Relevance and Appropriateness, Effectiveness, Efficiency, Impact and Sustainability, with the
conventional evaluation aspects of Inclusiveness, Participation, Equality, non-discrimination and
social transformation being mainstreamed. In so doing the evaluation adopted a cross-sectional
study design employing qualitative and quantitative data collection methods to measure the
programme outcomes and impacts.

IMentor Project

ROJALNU-Liberia in Partnership with the Mandela Washington Fellowship-Liberia with
funding support from the United States Embassy Accredited to Liberia implemented a youth
iMentor project in five counties in Liberia that include: Montserrado, Grand Bassa, Margibi,
Bong and Bomi. The Objective of the project was to provide mentorship and leadership coaching
services to youth leaders and Adolescent Girls within the Communities of the sleeted Counties.
The project was also implemented under the theme: Leveraging youth Mentorship and
community services for National development. Young people held the opportunity to be
mentored trained in different aspects of leadership and community service. Youths and youth
leaders held the chance to visit many socially affected places that included: Prison centres and
disable homes.
Our Vision
ROJALNU-Liberia believes that critical issues facing the planet demand every generation's
attention and commitment; and that if we have to solve these problems in our life, then we must
act, and combine our efforts to guarantee a future of meaningful participation and
Comprehensive SRH & HIV/AIDs Education for young people

Our Mission
To facilitate youth participation in intergenerational partnership, that leads to National and global
decision-making. Support collaboration among diverse youths and to provide tools, advocacy
direction and recognition for positive youth SRH & HIV/AIDs education.
ROJALNU International Headquarters
ROJALNU is a international youth nongovernmental and non for profit youth led organization
that was established in 2004 at the first Pan African Youth Leadership summit held in Dakar,
Senegal. Its international headquarters is in Ouagadougou, Capital of Burkina-Faso. The
organization has offices in all the 54 African countries and is supported by International and
National non-governmental organizations. Since its establishment, it has held five ( 5)
international youth Leadership summits that brought together youths, INGOs and CSOs
Representatives and African Government representatives with the objective to discuss critical
issues relating to youth integration and meaningful participation within the post2015
development Agenda at both national and global levels. ROJALNU has had 6 youth regional
meetings (West, east, Central, southern and northern Africa), with the objective to discuss
ROJALNU visibility and impact relating to you health and integration within governance reform
at the regions).
Advocacy and collaboration
ROJALNU-Liberia is an advocacy organization that focuses on four thematic programs. These
programs include: Global health (Reproductive health & HIV/AIDs), Nature Resource
Governance, Peace building & Democratic education and Entrepreneurship. We collaborate and
build partnership with other international and national youth led coalitions and organizations for
stronger advocacy and networking. We conduct media and social media advocacy campaigns
through radio talkshows and webinars. We also developed insightful platforms through Google
handout and Facebook to network with global young people through advocacy documents that
include petitions and call to actions.
ROJALNU-Liberia is member of many international Networks and Coalitions, those networks
and coalitions include:
1. Global youth Coalitions on HIV (GYAC
2. Youth4SDGs Coalition
3. Beyond2015
4. ICPD Global Youth Coalition
5. CSOs Council-Liberia
6. Global Youth Leadership Network

Core Values
1. Accountability
2. Transparency in our activities
3. Honesty and commitment-respect for others
4. Fairness
5. Service confidentiality
Organizational Building
Board of Directors
Our Board of Directors comprised of FIVE (5) Individuals with high integrity and non-partisans
of political parties in Africa. Some of whom are head of civil society organizations and
corporations in Liberia and Africa. The Board is the highest decision making body within the
organization and provide supervision to the administrative Secretariat headed by the National
Coordinator. The Board and HQ of ROJALNU receive quarterly briefing and Annual reports
from ROJALNU-Liberia through the National Coordinator.
Administrative Secretariat
The head of the Secretariat is the National Coordinator of ROJALNU-Liberia and is assisted by
the Programme Coordinator who is the head of the Department of Programme while the
Finance& Logistical department is headed by the Finance Manager who is assisted by the
Administrative Assistant.. There are four Departments currently within the organization and they
are: Department of Adolescent Sexual & Reproductive Health service provision through
awareness (ASRHPA), Department of HIV/AIDs& other STIs Prevention (HASP), Department
of Nature Resource Governance (NRG) and Department of Democratic Education. These
Departments are headed by Program officers with supervision from the Programme Coordinator.
We also have support staffs and Volunteers on these programs.
Staff Qualification /Training:
ROJALNU-Liberia concerns about the capacity of it Staffs and Volunteers to achieve the goal
and vision of the Organization. ROJALNU-Liberia current Executive Staffs hold BA and BSC
Degrees in Nursing, Sociology, Biology and training certificates in Health education and
Development Advocacy. Some are also seeking and prospective graduate Students at the
University of Liberia and at the Cutington University Graduate Program. However, more is
needed to strengthen the capacity of our Staffs and Volunteers in the quest to achieve our vision
as relate to promoting young people access to comprehensive sexuality, Reproductive Health and
HIV/AIDs Services within communities and schools. ROJALNU-Liberia lobbies with Health
Development Partners to solicit funding support to help build the capacity of it Staffers and

Volunteers through it advocacy activities. By 2017, as administration we hope that seven of our
Staffers will have Masters in Public Health and development. We also expect that by 2017, five
(5) of our volunteers and Program Assistant will have BSC degrees from recognized Universities
in Liberia. We are also obligated to provide capacity training workshops and support to our
staffers in attending international Conferences that help strengthen their skills in Health
education and advocacy.
Staff Leave
Every professional Job demands that employers are obligatory to provide standard define leave
for its staffers. As such, ROJALNU-Liberia makes available leave and maternal leave to all
staffers without discrimination and prejudice as prescribe by the policy guide of the Organization
and TOR of every staffer.
Office Space:
ROJALNU-Liberia office is currently located within Caesar Building Carey and Johnson
Streets. The office space is a great burden to the organization Administration due to limited
funding support. It is our prayer and hope that by 2020, we should have our own building with
training center for young people in Liberia.
Financial Resource Mobilization
In order the Vision and Mission of ROJALNU-Liberia to be achieved, ROJALNU-Liberia needs
Financial Resources. Therefore, it is incumbent upon ROJALNU-Liberia Administration to
lobby with Donor organizations to solicit financial supports for its projects. As organization we
welcome the financial donation of organizations and meaningful individuals in Liberia and out of
Liberia. We pledge our commitment that the financial resources will be use for the intended
purpose. ROJALNU-Liberia will also develop youth and adolescent touching projects for fund
raising and advocacy.
Office Location and Contact
Caesar Building
Johnson & Carey Streets
Monrovia, Liberia

Training Workshop for youths and students

Cross Session of youth Leaders responding to the Launch of Common Africa Position on
Post2015 Development Agenda

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