1. Summation of the Liberian Bible Conference – BFTBC – Pastor D. A. Waite, – BFT #1429-07

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    Summation of the Liberian Bible Conference – BFTBC – Pastor D. A. Waite, – BFT #1429-07 A Liberian Bible Conference Pastor D. A. Waite Bible For Today Baptist Church 900 Park Avenue Collingswood, NJ 08108 www.BibleForToday.org 856-854-4747 BFT#1429-07, BFTBC, D. A. Waite, Collingswood, Liberia, KJB, Liberia http://www.BibleForToday.org http://www.sermonaudio.com/biblefortoday http://vimeo.com/biblefortoday http://www.godtube.com/biblefortoday/ http://www.youtube.com/mydailyblessing

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    • Session 5 - Peacebuilding Coherence Experiences at Country level

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      This session looked at Liberia and South Sudan- the focus countries of the ACCORD Peacebuilding Unit- and the perspectives of local approaches to peacebuilding being used in those countries. Speakers:  Mr. Tobias Okori Atari: Director General of the South Sudan Peace Commission, South Sudan  Dr. Sirisio Oromo: Centre for Peace and Development Studies, University of Juba, South Sudan  Mr. Roosevelt Woods: Executive Director, Foundation for International Dignity (FIND), Liberia  Dr. Joseph Saye Guannu: Director, Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution, Cuttington University, Liberia Discussant:  Dr. William Tsuma: Dialogue Advisor, UNDP Zimbabwe Facilitator:  Mr. Gustavo de Carvalho: Coordinator of the Peacebuilding Unit, ACCORD

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      • Liberia: Elections, Corruption, Justice, and the Role of the International Community

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        Featuring former NED grantee, J. Aloysius Toe, Senior Policy Consultant, Founder and former Executive Director, Foundation for Human Rights and Democracy (FOHRD). Civil society is at the forefront of Liberia’s democratic movement, and has been an important driving force keeping the new government on track. NED partner FOHRD has played a pivotal role in educating and bringing awareness to issues of budget literacy and government fiscal accountability to community members across Liberia. To ensure that President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf makes good on her promises of promoting good governance, FOHRD has strengthened the capacity of civil society organizations to monitor the new government’s compliance with international standards for transparency and human rights. For more visit: http://www.ned.org/events/liberia%C2%A0elections-corruption-justice-and-the-role-of-the-international-community

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        • Smallsmall Thing Interview

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          Sometimes we sit and watch our little ones say the darndest thing. We watch them enjoy and live their childhood lives. We protect, feed and take care of them. Unfortunately, there are some little girls that have been robbed of their childhoods and many more will unless these acts and people responsible are exposed!!!! “Smallsmall Thing” is a documentary of a mother caught between tribalism and democracy, after the brutal rape of her six-year daughter. On Saturday, February 25, 2012, I Rep Lib talked to Jessica Vale (Director, Writer, Producer), Nika Offenbac (Producer, Cinematographer), and Barnie Jones (Co-Producer).

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          • A New Liberia: Educating for Democracy as a Way of Life

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            A New Liberia: Educating for Democracy as a Way of Life

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            • Der gekaufte Konsul

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              dänische Doku von 2011 Die Ausfuhr von Blutdiamanten ist ein attraktives Nebengeschäft für viele Diplomaten in Bangui, der Hauptstadt der Zentralafrikanischen Republik. Der dänische Filmemacher Mads Brügger hat sich über dunkle Kanäle einen Diplomatenpass gekauft, ist als Konsul durch Afrika gereist und gab dabei - jegliche Political Correctness beiseite gelassen - eine Mischung ab aus moderner Kolonialherr und Indiana Jones. Seine Mission: Blutdiamanten kaufen und außer Landes bringen. Ein sehr interessantes Beispiel dafür, was in gescheiterten afrikanischen Staaten läuft und wie die ehemaligen Kolonialmächte (in diesem Fall Frankreich) immer schön mitmischen.

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              • Smallsmall Thing - interview on RadioLIB

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                Jessica Vale, Nika Offenbac, and Barnie Jones have a very frank discussion about the issues in the documentary Smallsmall Thing. Hosted by Maya Atta and Lincoln TheLegend Ward. About the film: Caught between tribalism and democracy, a Liberian mother is at odds with her country after the brutal rape of her six-year daughter.

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                • From Communty to Movement

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                  August 4, 2013

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                  • Health Systems Strengthening in Conflict-affected Countries: Lessons from Afghanistan, Democratic Republic of the Congo,

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                    Health systems strengthening in fragile and conflict-affected states confronts the challenges of limited and destroyed capacity, residues of conflict and violence, weak government legitimacy, and often a flood of uncoordinated donor assistance. This session examines how interventions in Afghanistan, DRC, and Liberia coped with these issues, and draws practical lessons from those experiences.

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                    • Home birth: Opportunities and challenges

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                      Global Maternal Health Conference 2013 This session drew on the personal choices of women choosing home birth. In Liberia, Tamang studied the factors associated with facility delivery, which included education, distance to facility, cost, previous deliveries, and danger signs associated with pregnancy. Sibley's presentation on Ethiopia saw marked maternal health improvements with increased community health worker knowledge, more demand for maternal newborn care and administrative and health systems improvement. Phiri studied home births in Kenya, Tanzania and Zambia and found that education, wealth, location, age marital status and time since last delivery were primary factors. Shiferaw discussed reasons for Ethiopian home births, including trust of the TBA, lack of empowerment, previous experiences, low awareness, and indirect costs associated with labor and delivery. Moderator: Solomon Shiferaw, Addis Ababa University Why women do not give birth in health facilities in Grand Cape Mount County, Liberia Neema Tamang, TA-NPI Project/JSI Abstract: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/Tamang%20190.pdf Improving maternal and newborn health care delivery in rural Ethiopia through the Maternal and Newborn Health in Ethiopia Partnership Lynn Sibley, Emory University Abstract: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/Sibley%20275.pdf Home delivery among pregnant women in North Eastern Nigeria: Factors and opportunities Fatima Muhammad, Society for Family Health, Nigeria (Withdrawn) Factors associated with home deliveries in districts of Kenya, Tanzania and Zambia: A population-based survey Selia Ng’anjo Phiri, Centre for International Health, University of Bergen Presentation: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/Selia%20Nganjo.pdf Why do women prefer home births in Ethiopia? Solomon Shiferaw, Addis Ababa University Presentation: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/Solomon%20Shiferaw.pdf Filmed in Arusha, Tanzania. Thursday, 17 January 2013

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