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School for Vulnerable Children in Clay Ashlan

Through the construction of a school in the Liberian township of Clay-Ashland, we will be providing children from poor, rural ...
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“I’m Not Liberian – Why Should I Help?”

Liberians are humans.  People just like you and me. With outside help, this is a country that has the resources ...
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What Is the Problem?

With an average per capita income of $820.00 (most people have access to no more than $1 per day), Liberian ...
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Libera Is a Land of Opportunity

Liberia has many natural resources. Land resources are abundant, from forests full of timber for harvesting to vast areas of ...
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Effects of the Civil War and Ebola

The Liberia of today is vastly different than pre-Civil War Liberia.  Because of conflicting political factions and influences, government is ...
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You Can Improve Healthcare and Help Save Lives!

Along with the fresh vegetables a garden can provide, we will train individuals in communities on the elements of healthy ...
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