A recent Christian Science Monitor article mentioned the role of the JPC in resolving land disputes
Elaine Kamue is one of the JPC’s Community Legal Advisors
“ACROSS AFRICA, INDIVIDUALS LIKE JABATEH, and even entire communities, are brokering their own solutions to land conflict. Sometimes those solutions require people like Elaine Kamue. A short woman with a soft voice and a blunt way of speaking, Mrs. Kamue travels from village to village in rural Liberia, educating women about the country’s new land laws – and intervening to help put the laws into practice.
Without Kamue, 55-year-old Yar Gegh would be homeless and starving. For years after her brothers had left sleepy Zuluyee, a roadside market town a few hours from Liberia’s border with Guinea, Ms. Gegh remained to farm the family plot and care for her dying mother. She had, she says, little choice: “Only a woman can mind her mother…”
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