In 2003 published Under Treats which highlighted the status of marine turtles in Liberia and the challenges they encounter during nesting season and also established the first sea turtles sanctuary in the country.
With support from Stiftung Umverteilen and Trocaire two reports (“Firestone: the mark of modern slavery” and “The Heavy Load”) both about child labor, environmental crimes and the abuse of laborers rights in 2005 and 2008.
In 2012, in collaboration with other partners: Sustainable Development
Institute (SDI) and Global Witness (GW) investigated and reported on the abuse of Private Use Permit (PUP), where 63 PUPs covering 2.5 million hectares of illegally granted logging concessions, that threatened the rule of law in the Liberia Forest Sector was unveil to the Liberia public, other international organizations and friendly governments around the globe.
2013-15 carried out extensive work on oil palm with communities affected by oil palm plantation development (Sime Darby Plantation Liberia and Golden Veroleum Liberia) in western and southeastern Liberia to help local communities grapple with the negative impact of these plantations on their land and lives.
2013-15 with support from Trust Africa, work with four (4) CBOS in Grand Bassa County on the issues of the county social development fund (CSDF) and the county development fund (CDF) which was intended to fast track county developmental project. Data collected from on-going projects highlighted the misused of funds allocated for project by authorities of the county. Also, it revealed how substandard materials were used for various project recorded.