Voter registration Module in support of Biometric Voter Registration in Liberia

16-18 November 2022


Principles of quality assurance of the Voter Registration Process in Liberia. 

Ahead of the 2023 general elections, NEC Liberia, with support from UNDP LESP, committed the month of November to rehearse the basic principles and to reflect sustainability, timelines, and quality assurance in the Voter Registration (VR) process. Informed citizens through targeted and carefully crafted Voter and Civic Education and trained administration are prerequisites for successfully prepared and organized Voter registration. 

Each eligible Liberian must be registered and guaranteed the right to vote. Together with the Election Magistrates, we reviewed the concrete practicalities and possible challenges faced by the field workers. NEC reaffirmed its commitment to reach out and register each voter, whether weak, aged, or physically challenged, and especially to reach out to the marginalized and women. 

Each Liberian has a civic duty to participate in public life. NEC will set up the system, but each Liberian has the role of spreading the word. 

This BRIDGE Module Workshop was customized to the Electoral Magistrate officials and delivered by the NEC and international UNDP LESP facilitators. This workshop contributes to building sustainability and the NEC know-how in providing high-quality training and transforming traditional lecturing into transformative learning and skills-building workshops.

Following the NEC Liberia BRIDGE Implementation strategy and rollout plan, UNDP, Sweden, and Ireland supported the workshop.

Zage Filiposki, Emma Togba, James Wallace
Face to face workshop
Audience(s) for this workshop:
Electoral Management Body, Civil Society Organisation, Non Government Organisation, Students
Modules used at this workshop:
Voter Registration
Expected Outcomes:
Operational Training