Taking ownership of initiatives for lasting peace

WFP introduces communities to participatory planning to support peace-building efforts

John Monibah
Nov 27, 2019 · 3 min read
Mapping out local development in Salayea, Lofa County. Photo: WFP/John Monibah
The Observation Walk enabled participants to tour Salayea Town’s nine residential quarters to identify available structures and natural resources. Photo: WFP/John Monibah
Emmanuel Anderson, from WFP’s assessment unit, identifying livelihoods opportunities. Photo: WFP/John Monibah

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