Chief of Protocol Ms Finda Nora Bundoo, meets with dozens of youth of Perry Street community, Monrovia at her office in the Ministry of Foreign Ministry Affairs behind closed doors.
The dialogue between Ms Bundoo and the youth is geared at identifying meaningful social initiatives young people of the community may undertake to impact their lives.
One of the youth, who attended Monday’s meeting, Melvin Brown, discloses during the forum, they called on Ms Bundoo to continue her humanitarian services to the people of Liberia particularly, the youth population that is in dire need of transformation.
According to Brown, some of his colleagues appealed to the Chief of Protocol to assist them in their educational pursuit and provide job training opportunities.
He says in response, Ms Bundoo assures them of government commitment to continue to invest in human resource development, specifically, young people, because they are the next generation of leaders.
He continues that the Chief of Protocol stresses that government has responsibility to create an enabling environment where the youth may positively contribute to the growth and development of the country.
Ms Bondo, who is famously referred to ‘Rescue Mother’ has been closely working with youth in the Perry Street community in finding solutions to challenges they are faced with as well as identifying a way forward.