Help build a school in remote Gyaboland/Grand Kru County, Liberia, West Africa
Known as the land of “the forgotten people”, Gyaboland, also known as Garraway has been the last region to recover from the Liberian civil wars and is the farthest region from the country’s capital. In Grand Kru County, roads are few, unpaved and prone to washout. For this reason, we have set an ambitious goal to complete a project before the 2021 rainy season.
Help us to build a school for 325 children in recovering Gyaboland/Grand Kru County Liberia, West Africa. Our nonprofit, Gyabolanders-US, Inc, is in its second phase of building a durable cement-block early childhood schoolhouse for grades K-2.
Bring our young students out of the rain!
Representatives of Gyabolanders-US recently visited the Samuel G. Mooney Kindergarten/Elementary School, the site of our future new school building, and observed students striving to learn under distressing conditions. Books, papers, and even the children themselves were soaked from rain falling through the deteriorating roof. One of our members noted that the existing structure wasn’t suitable for livestock, let alone small children. These mental images have been a catalyst for our fundraising campaign and our mantra: Bring our students out of the rain! United Nations statistics show the Gyaboland/Grand Kru County region to have the highest poverty rate in Liberia. We believe poverty can be reduced by giving children the opportunity and access to education. A tax deductible donation of any amount will help to create safe dry classrooms. Please help us to “bring our students out of the rain!”
$42,500 for Phase 2 of the K-2 Schoolhouse--
Windows & Doors $4,750;
Partitioning Plywood/Wheels $5,150;
Plastering & Flooring $6,800;
A gift of $130.00 pays for one child’s place in the school.
School has a total Register of 325 students.
Grade levels range from Kindergarten to 2nd Grade.
Building Under Construction with six (6) classrooms to be separated by Freestanding Portable Partition/dividers.
Your donation is tax-deductible.
Who we are:
Gyabolanders-US, Inc. dedicates its resources solely to educational initiatives in Gyaboland, also known as Garraway, Grand Kru County, Liberia, West Africa. Its founders originate from Garraway where they attended elementary school. Today, the members of Gyabolanders-US, Inc. are stunned by the slow recovery of their home region after it suffered years of political unrest. Gyabolanders-US is giving back and investing in the youngest and most vulnerable members of recovering Liberia. Gyabolanders-US, Inc. is a 501 C (3) nonprofit organization, composed of descendants and friends of Gyaboland. Visit us at www.Gyaboland.org
More about the region: Gyaboland/Garraway, Grand Kru County:
• Gyaboland, also known as Garraway is located in Southeastern Liberia. The area is composed of the following towns: Poloyah, Nemieh, Gyenoya, Peity, Nyanbo.
• Liberia was ravaged by a 14-year civil war from 1989 – 2003.
• Located in the Trehn District, Grand Kru County as the political sub-region.
• Population of Gyaboland at the time of the 2011 United Nations statistics was– 9,525