During the Civil war in Liberia, the school system in the country was greatly affected and most facilities were destroyed, looted or burned. About 85% of the children in Liberia are out of school and being used as breadwinners for their families. Many teenagers are doing drugs or prostitution to survive.
Our ministry’s mission goal is sharing God’s love by loving, giving, and impacting others through missions and empowerment initiatives. One of our objectives is to promote awareness on basic moral issues that is affecting or will affect the survival of our generation and generations to come, and recommending possible means of escape.
As education is a need for the children of Liberia, it is from this background that we promote educational programs for proper development of children that will enhance a better future for them. We do this by building schools and supporting vocational efforts for skill development of youth and young adults and for economy empowerment as well.
We have just completed a 10 classroom school building in Kakata City, Liberia. Our major focus now is to fund 400 armchairs for the newly built school as well as purchase cement to finsh walls and pour floors. We also need to complete electrical work and purchase office equipment. The total cost to complete the project is $12,450.00.