Rehabilitation for victimized girls in Liberia

 
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Nov 29, 2010

International Delegation Visits THINK

This month we were honored to have the International Reporting Project (IRP) Delegation to Liberia visit the THINK rehabilitation home. The editors/journalists were moved by seeing GBV survivors in person and
getting to talk with them one-on-one. You can read the full report at the link below.

Many thanks to the following:

Gatekeeper Editors

Juhie Bhatia, managing editor, Women's eNews, New York
John Diaz, editorial page editor, San Francisco Chronicle, California
Tiffany Harness, deputy foreign editor, The Washington Post, Washington DC
Jordana Hochman, editor, "Morning Edition," National Public Radio, Washington DC
Laura McClure Houghton, new media editor, Mother Jones magazine, San Francisco, CA
Denise Johnson, editorial board member, Star Tribune, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Sunni Khalid, managing news editor, WYPR-FM, Baltimore, Maryland
Robert Little, director, investigations, The Baltimore Sun, Maryland
Toni Randolph, editor for new audiences, Minnesota Public Radio, Minnesota
Steven Scher, executive producer, KUOW-FM, Seattle, Washington
Teresa Wiltz, senior editor, The Root.com, Washington DC

International Reporting Project (IRP)

Louise Lief, deputy director, International Reporting Project (IRP), Washington DC
Ed Robbins, producer-writer-director, International Reporting Project - TIME.com, New York
John Schidlovsky, director, International Reporting Project (IRP), Washington DC

Foundation representatives accompanying delegation

Sean Harder, program officer, The Stanley Foundation, Muscatine, Iowa
Vanessa Parra, communications manager, Humanity United, Redwood City, California
Julia Thornton communications manager, Humanity United
Alexander Turnacliff, program associate, The Stanley Foundation, Muscatine, Iowa

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Project Leader

Rosana Schaack

Monrovia , Liberia

Where is this project located?

Map of Rehabilitation for victimized girls in Liberia