The Liberia Crusaders for Peace is an outstanding communication and professional artistic organization endowed with innovative administrative and performing staff.
The LCP’s overall mission, with support from its sponsors and partners, is to promote peace, tolerance and reconciliation; improve the quality of life for women and children by empowering them to break the cycle of poverty through education in health, encourage increase enrollment, retention and completion of girls education; support free primary education for all children; promote culture and arts, and disarmament & reintegration of children associated with fighting forces.
Leading the disarmament process in Liberia, making the first ex-soldier disarmed to the LCP; leading the production of the first peace song for peace in Liberia and the Mano River Basin;
Credited for the success of the National Polio Immunization Campaign (NIDs) in Liberia which began in the late 1990s, making Liberia declared as a Polio free country in 2008 through its innovative social mobilization strategy;
Recognized by national and international NGOs, UN agencies and the Government of Liberia Ministries and agencies for the outstanding role played and continue to play in the humanitarian sector at community, local and national levels and successful implementation of programs for those institutions;
Participated in major cultural festivals and events around the globe which include, but not limited to the Cultural Festival held in the Peoples’ Republic of China in 2008; the African Union (AU) musical concert in Senegal in 2010; and UNESCO-sponsored cultural and musical concert in France in 2012;
Initiated several peace forums including the Chief Tamba Taylor national peace forum code named ‘Kukatunon’; the West Africa Regional peace tour and peace mission in the USA held under theme “Liberia Cry for Peace”; and the “PEACE for MAMA Liberia” forum held in support of peace during and after elections in Liberia
Advancing efforts to promote and improve behavior change patterns and, build capacity and empowerment