Social Impact Project for Empower Adolescents in Liberia with Quality Life Skills Development

How This Works

In the MovingWorlds Institute Global Fellowship, you will learn how to advance your for-good career while getting hands on experience on projects like this one.

Project Description and Impact

Youth Crime Watch of Liberia has signed a Programme Cooperation Agreement (PCA) with UNICEF to implement the Quality Life Skills Development and Empowerment of Adolescents project for the purpose of enhancing positive decision making and self-sufficiency in one of three targeted counties in Liberia.

The project seeks to encourage, mentor, empower, and provide adolescents the opportunities to develop into productive citizens. It will increase access to Sexual and Reproductive Health services and information, as well as quality life skills development and empowerment programmes for adolescents. The proposed interventions will further help adolescents to identify health issues associated with risky behavior, attitudes and practices, and make healthy behavioral choices, such as reporting abuse and the prevention of diseases like HIV/AIDs, etc. The project will be implemented in Peace Island, Congo Town, and Montserrado County.

Learning Opportunity

By participating in the MovingWorlds Institute, you will first learn social impact frameworks and human-centered design before putting your existing skills and new knowledge to action.In addition, this organization will expose you to new things, like:

You will have the opportunity to explore the community and various aspects of Liberian life. We will facilitate cultural trips, as well as socializing opportunities by going to local bars, beaches, restaurants or exploring the historic culture Liberia have to offer 


Youth Crime Watch of Liberia has a guest house for its volunteers. The guest house has a caretaker, electricity and security. Utilities include cooking stove, icebox, sitting room, and electric fans in all rooms. Food will be available at the guesthouse under the close supervision of the International Staff Coordinator (ISC). Meals are provided twice a day: lunch midday (12pm-1pm) and Food for Dinner.  

The art of hand washing

The Guest House Caretaker will help the international volunteers/Staff with his/her laundry, and sometimes teach them the art of hand washing.

Living Stipend

In addition to food, we will also provide a monthly stipend of $100 USD for the experteer 

Food Stipend

During your time here, 2 daily meals will be provided. Meals mainly consist of rice, chicken, beef, bread, eggs, soup, potatoes, oats, fruits, fish, pasta and many fresh ingredients. Also featured will be torborgee, potatoes leaves, beans, cassava leaves and palm butter served alongside, as per being Liberian traditional foods. It is also easy to find familiar Western-style dishes from the supermarket, restaurants and market places around the guest house or in cities. Clean, treated, safe water will be provided to all volunteers /interns

Additional Benefits

We will also provide a free visa for each volunteer. Such Visa be provided upon arrival to Liberia. We will only provide you visa free letter from the Immigration Service of Liberia which you will use to acquire visa upon arrival. 

About the Hosting Organization

Youth Crime Watch of Liberia is a Non-profit working on Arts and Crafts, Broadcast Media, Computer Networking, Eco-centre / lodging, Education, E-Learning, Entertainment, Facilities Services, Farming, Fine Art, Fundraising, Graphic Design, Information Technology (IT), Libraries, Market Research, Marketing and Advertising, Media Production, Motion Pictures and Film, Newspapers, Non-Profit, Online Media, Performing Arts, Primary/Secondary Education, Professional Training & Coaching, Program Development, Public Relations and Communications, Renewables & Environment, Research, Sports, Theatre & Drama, Writing and Editing.