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Since the story broke on Oct. In Liberia, an official investigation has been launched into the charity which, besides the academy, assists in running about 18 public schools in the country. It was also revealed that Johnson, who at one point was said to be romantically involved with Meyler, had AIDs when he died in Some community members and even students from the school took to the streets of Monrovia in defense of Meyler. The scandal, he said, illustrates successive failures of due diligence and speaks to a deeper malaise within the nonprofit sector, particularly when it comes to accountability.
As for MTM, there was also a failure to hold Meyler accountable; and on the donor level: there was a failure to follow up on the proper use of funds and the wellbeing of the girls they were supporting. According to Young, there was a receptive place for groups like MTM in Liberia after its year civil war, which led to , deaths.
The war was characterized by mass rape, sexual violence and underage prostitution—vices that live on in post-war Liberia. He still believes the charity had initially set out with good motives. Young says there was an appetite in the West for these kinds of feel-good stories, and as such even the media was culpable. This dysfunction signals a need for more oversight and for the continent to perhaps re-evaluate its relationship with foreign intervention.
And no one, not even then president Johnson Sirleaf, who had endorsed the school, ensured at the time that it met the standards it purported to bring. Skip to navigation Skip to content.