About Us

Who we are

Rights & Rice Foundation

RRF is a non-governmental and partisan organization with an overall aim to work for the promotion of social justice and community empowerment, economic empowerment; empowering and educating people on their rights and to work for transformation of their communities, and the country at large.


An equitable society characterized by the rule of law and equal opportunity for all.


To promote social, economic and political rights through empowering people who suffer injustice and lack equal opportunities.

Core Values

  • Respect
  • Equity
  • Justice

What we do

Our Programs

Our programming purposely links human, civil rights to economic, social and cultural rights. Our strategy is based on participatory community awareness and education, facilitating people’s empowerment to: (a) advocate for their rights; (b) discover and develop their human talents and potentials; (c) engage in the governance of the country’s natural resources for equitable sharing, and (d) assume civic responsibilities for transformation of their lives, their communities and the country.

Land Governance

This program promotes equitable land management, tenure security, and responsible land use for sustainable development.

Natural Resources

RRF's natural resources program in Liberia advocates for responsible resource management, environmental protection, and community benefit from these resources.

Sexual Gender Base Violence & Women’s rights

RRF's sexual gender-based violence and women's rights program in Liberia combats violence, empowers women, and advocates for gender equality.

Agriculture & Food Security

RRF's agriculture and food security program enhances food production, access, and livelihoods, ensuring a resilient and nourished community."

Gender & women empowerment

RRF's gender and women empowerment program empowers women, promotes gender equality, and advances social and economic opportunities.

Human Rights

RRF in Liberia champions human rights, promoting quality, dignity, and justice through advocacy, education, and community empowerment programs.

Community Empowerment

RRF's community empowerment program fosters self-reliance, social cohesion, and sustainable development through education, training, and support.

The Team

Governing Structure

RRF Executive Director

RRF is headed by a Board of Directors, comprising 7 members; a Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) comprising 4-5 professional who provide technical guidance to the work of RRF; the management unit and sub officers in the filed run programs.  Annual General Review meetings are held at the end of every year at which time staff come together to review programs of the past year and plan for future year.

Collaboration &

Networking Members

RRF currently work with a number of civil society organizations and NGO forums including but not limited to the followings:

  • Civil Society Organizations of Liberia
  • CSO Working Group on Land Rights Reform
  • Transitional Justice Working Group (TJWG),
  • NGO Coalition of Liberia
  • CSO Oil Palm Working Group
  • Land for Life (Initiative)
  • International Land Coalition (ILC)
  • African Union Land Policy Civil Society Platform
  • National CSO Council Liberia
  • Liberia Coalition for the International Criminal Court (LICICC),
  • Liberia NGO Network (LINNK),
  • Philanthropist Secretariat of Liberia
  • RRF is the Former Chairperson of the Transitional Justice Working Group (TJWG) comprising of 20 civil society organizations working on transitional justice issues.

Program Support

Our Donors & Partners

GIZ - Value Chain Approach

GIZ - Natural Resource Governance

Humanity United

Trust Africa

National Elections Commission of Liberia

United Nations Development Programme in Liberia

United Nations Development Programme in Liberia