Monrovia – A local child advocy group in Liberia, Defense for Children International, DCI, says 703 child rights cases are still on the docket of Liberia’s judicial system. The DCI boss called for a more roburst approach to mitigate some of the many challenges impeding child rights and advocacy group. Kawah says the organization remains vigorous in avocating for the rights of children especially the vulnerable ones in communities across Liberia. There are policy already in place denying people from buying from children selling on the street,” he said. Meanwhile, Kawah said despite the delay in trial of cases of child rights violations, there are some gains made by his child rights advocacy group in addressing incidents of child abuse in Liberia and he wants the public coorperation in addressing these social vices.
Source:   Front Page Africa
January 11, 2017 02:40 UTC