While students who are attending the U.S. charity's school marched to defend its CEO Katie Meyler, the country's Vice-President Jewel Howard Taylor believes the situation is much bigger than More Than Me - describing the rape case and other abuses of sexual abuse as "the tip of the iceberg".
'More Than Me' Case Needs Deeper Investigation - VP Taylor
Observer, 24 October 2018
Amid the public outburst of anger and indignation over the rape and abuse of over a dozen girls by a staff of the More Than Me (MTM) Academy, along with attempts by its founder,… Read more »
Dear White Saviors, Your Time Is Up
Naomi Tulay-Solanke is the Founder and Executive Director of Community Health Initiative (CHI), a non-governmental organization in Liberia Read more »
'More Than Me' Students Want Their School to Remain Open
Students of More Than Me Academy, in peaceful protest, want their school to remain open Read more »
More Than Me Rape Case - Students March in Defense of Katie Meyler
FrontPageAfrica, 23 October 2018
Students of More Than Me (MTM) Academy are gathering for a peaceful march to portray the 'innocence' of its founder, Katie Meyler, who is being accused of covering up series of… Read more »
Facia Harris, the spokesperson of the group in a petition to the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Gender and other government agencies, said they were deeply troubled by the ProPublica report released on October 11, detailing the incidents of rape, sexual abuse and exploitation of the Liberian girls under the care of the More Than Me Academy.
Students of More Than Me Academy, in peaceful protest, want their school to remain open.
The work of Katie Meyler's organisation in Liberia was celebrated and received grants from several leading philanthropists but then the ProPublica investigation revealed rape and abuse at the school for girls (file photo).
Days after a devastating report from ProPublica revealing the betrayal of girls who joined More Than Me in the hopes of inproving their lives in Liberia, the  Read more »
An acclaimed American charity said it was saving some of the world's most vulnerable girls from sexual exploitation. But from the very beginning, girls were being raped, writes ... Read more »
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