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Youth Development Programs ❥
Youth Development Programs ❥

The youth development programs are skill training programs designed to provide our youth with useful skills as they participate in an activity in...

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Project Ramadan ❥
Project Ramadan ❥

Every year the Ri’ayah Foundation distributes food during the holy month of Ramadan to families in different communities in Liberia. Many...

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Nutrition ❥
Nutrition ❥

Children standing on street corners begging for food, or money for food. Young people who should be in school peddling wares in the streets to...

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Leadership Development ❥
Leadership Development ❥

Developing Leaders for a Better Tomorrow! A community/society cannot flourish without good leadership. It is the leader who inspires the people...

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Healthcare ❥
Healthcare ❥

One of the primary focuses of the Ri’ayah Foundation is to initiate a quality medical care program in Liberia for those who need it. We are...

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Empowerment of Girls ❥
Empowerment of Girls ❥

Empowering Girls to Lead and Learn!   Ri’ayah was founded with a vision to empower girls to become a contributing and productive part of...

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Education ❥
Education ❥

Education for Children The importance of education cannot be overestimated, as it is the key to a bright and successful future. At the Ri’ayah...

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Community Building
Community Building

Helping the People by Building Communities Many people live without the basic necessities of life. Living in such a way—without shelter, clean...

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School for Vulnerable Children in Clay Ashlan
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 and disadvantaged...

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“I’m Not Liberian – Why Should I Help?”
“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 to once again become a thriving...

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What Is the Problem?
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 people do not have the means to obtain...

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