UNION OF LIBERIAN ORGANISATIONS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
UNION OF LIBERIAN ORGANISATIONS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM

ULOUK activities

COVID-19 LIBERIA APPEAL WAS SUCCESSFUL.

Jul 4, 2020

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The Next AGM will be held on the 28th of March 2020

Dec 22, 2019

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The BID for JUly 26, 2020 in collaboration with EFLA is open.

Dec 22, 2019

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Community Forum & Core Values

Dec 16, 2019

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 A NEW INITIATIVE

We the new Management Committee of the Union of Liberian organisations in the UK (ULOUK) are working closely with various partnrs including the 13 bub- member organisations, and sponsors to help prevent proverty for the population of Liberia. 

We do this by making people aware in community meetings and consultations with various sponsors to help formulate ideas that will help to deliver professional skills back home by investing part of our vacation times in Liberia visiting teaching, and expresing professional ideas to institutions,  businesses and Government bodies that are engaged in delivering proverty reliefs to the population of Liberia.

Community Engagements:

Thw Union has established a community forum platform called the PALAVA  HUT meetings which is geared to engage with communities and the 13 sub-member organisations that make up ULOUK to engage in dialouges that are helpful in meeting the poverty prevention agenda.

Rewarding and worthwhile.

Volunteering to organise communities and to bring people together to discuss matters as it relates to development and helping others who are less privelege than us can be tiring and time consuming, but the knowledge and skills that are obtained from such a gathering can be rewarding and satisfacting.  

 

 

 

 

 

ULOUK AGM 2019- In Northamton.

The annual general meeting (AGM) of the Union was held on Saturday 30 March 2019 in Northhampton  for the purpose of both the annual report and general elction. The report was read,  discussed, analysed and adapted many thanks to the outgoing leadership for a job well done.

The second phase of the meeting was crucial for  the sole purpose of transitioning  the leadership of the organisation which saw the emerging of a new Executive Committee Members headed by Mo Sonnie as President, Oretha Collins as Vice President and Roland Kesselly Ballah as Secretary General of

ULO-UK.

The meeting which was very friendly with great hospitality also brought forth AGM officers headed by Zinna Darkinah as Chair, Alex Collins as Vice Chair, and Eleanor Moore as Secretary General. Other officers not mentioned herein would follow soon.

  Meanwhile, various communities, individuals and the Liberian Embassy have all been  subsequently informed of the change of leadership.

Please read the updates as things unfold.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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