With Your Help

We will:

Revive the cultural heritage of Liberia and promote awareness of the richness of Liberian culture to the widest possible audience.


Teach children a sense of identity, dignity and national pride through Liberian culture.


Use theatre and dance to create awareness about issues relevant to the communities in which they live such as HIV/AIDS, teen pregnancy and drug abuse.


Enhance youth’s IT knowledge allowing them to connect with their peers in other parts of the world.


Encourage peace, harmony, discipline and unity among all Liberians through traditional songs, dance, drama and storytelling.



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What we do


In addition to its work in the communities, the LDT has participated in the following local, national and international functions:

  • Ghana’s National Festival of Arts and Culture in Swedru in August 2002.
  • Lome 2000, and ECOWAS Trade Fair on 12th March 2003 in Lome, Togo, at which LDT represented Liberia.
  • PANAFEST ’94, a festival that brings together artists and members of the African diasporas.
  • Participated in the conference on war-affected children held in Ghana in April 2000 and co-hosted by the Canadian High Commission.
  • Participated in all UNHCR’s organized programs in Ghana since 2004 as well as entertained residents of the Buduburam Refugee Settlement.

From 2001-2007, the LDT received funding from War Child Canada. Further funds are raised by LDT performances throughout the years. All project funds were managed by the West Africa Network for Peacebuilding (WANEP, Ghana).

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