Girls Alliance Celebrats Human Rights Day, Wants Education To Be Affordable To All

Several Human rights and pressure groups today joined the rest of the World in observance of international human rights day.

The annual event globally highlights issues of human rights with a focus of promoting human rights issues on the globe.
In Liberia over five groups including Girls Alliance for future leadership, Camp For Peace, Kids Development amongst others are observing the day with multiple of calls to national government to implement several protocols and treaties in relations to human rights promotion.
The groups want education,health and other basic social services to be made available to the people as a fundamental human right.
The groups as part of the program Held placards with inscriptions: we want quality health delivery,education is a right and not a privilege amongst others.

In brief statement the young girls alliance advocacy group head Faith C. Smith re- emphasized to national Government to see the need to provide quality education for the future leaders of Liberia and to as well build the foundation of Liberia’s Educational sector which she noted is cardinal to national growth.

She also re-echoed the apparent need for government to make education more affordable to all,this she noted once done will help strengthen Liberia’s Educational sector including bridging the huge gap that is being observed.

Over the years Human trafficking,child labor and many others are challenges confronting Liberia’s human rights circle as the government is said to be making some frantic efforts aimed at addressing some human rights issues nationally.