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Angie Brooks International Centre (ABIC)

Trade at Hand-Liberia, West Africa

Women make up 60% of Liberia's farmers and 80% of traders.

Angie Brooks International Centre has embarked on several projects to empower women and the youth in Liberia to help reduce poverty, ensure peace and security, increase food security and promote trade and development. 

Trade at Hand - The project's objective is to equip female farmers with mobile phones and delivery trucks to improve their farming mechanisms. This ICT service will give rural women farmers tools and skills for sustainable farming.

The long-term impact of this project will help;

  • reduce the number of farm goods that get damaged after production

  • ease access to market products for different levels of buyers

  • transcends the problem of Liberia’s road situation

  • allow farmers to spend more time on their farms and produce more food

  • gives greater access to rural farmers

We seek partnerships and collaborations from companies, NGOs, and individuals with innovative solutions on implementing this project with ABIC, Liberia.

Angie Brooks International Centre (ABIC): Projects

Angie Brooks International Centre (ABIC)

The Pink Panther Girls Motorcycle Club - Liberia, West Africa

This initiative by ABIC intends to empower young women economically.

Dating back to February 2015, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), in partnership with ABIC, organized a one-day meeting to discuss challenges facing female motorcyclists and find solutions to some of these challenges. The project was launched in December 2015. This project seeks to empower and equip these female motorcyclists with the tools and skills to be financially independent.

We seek partnerships for project implementation and resource mobilization.  

Angie Brooks International Centre (ABIC): Projects
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