The IRC runs programmes that support the protection and education of children displaced by conflict.
The IRC trains local health workers and conducts outreach health care.
Employment opportunities and entrepreneurship training are supporting women's economic development.
Training and support helps women set up their own businesses.
Through a five-year initiative, the IRC educates over 16,000 children and youth.
The International Rescue Committee has been working in Liberia since 1996, initially helping hundreds of thousands of Liberian families rebuild after a devastating 14-year civil war as well as protecting refugees who fled violence in nearby Ivory Coast.
When an outbreak of Ebola reached Liberia in March 2014, the IRC was at the forefront of the fight to stop the spread of the deadly virus. Today we are providing ongoing support as Liberians recover from the crisis.