Anna L. Cammue

Anna L. Cammue Receiving the startup kit after the training has helped change my story for goodAnna L. Cammue is a 17-year-old beneficiary from Sanoyea District, Lower Bong County. She’s an 11th-grade student at the Sanoyea Public High School (Kerkulah Giddings High School). She lives with her both parents, along with her three other sisters […]

Success Story of Jeter Peter a TVET Beneficiary

Success Story of Jeter Peter a TVET Beneficiary Jeter Peter is December 25, 2011, born; he was born to the union of Mr. Welemomgar Peter and Mrs. Oretha Peter in Grand Bassa County Liberia. Jeter grew up with his parents up to ten years old and his parents were unable to send him to school […]

Olivia Sackie

Olivia Sackie 25-Year-Old “Let Us Learn – TVET Program, a steppingstone for a Brighter Tomorrow” Olivia Sackie is a physically challenged beneficiary who was born and raised by her father Mr. Joseph Sackie in Gotumo Town Community, Kakata Margibi County. Olivia’s ordeal began 10 years ago at the age of ten when she developed a […]

Tenneh Flomo

Tenneh Flomo Tenneh Flomo is a seventeen (17) years old adolescent and teenage mother benefiting from the Let Us Learn project in Gbarnga. As early as 3 years, Tenneh’s mother dashes her to the care of her grandmother. Ma Nowai Issac raised Tenneh and the other siblings; with a small income generated from the sales […]

Success Story of Joshua Williams passed TVET beneficiary

Success Story of Joshua Williams passed TVET beneficiary My name is Joshua William, I am 15 years of age, and in the third grade. I am currently living with my Aunty in Joe Blow’s Town, Unification City, Lower Margibi County. My both parents live in the rural part of Grand Bassa County so they ask […]

Liberia Tackles Waste Management Challenges with a Multi-Faceted Approach

Green Cities Inc., Youth Crime Watch of Liberia, and The German Corporation (GIZ) Join Forces to Create Cleaner, Greener and safe LiberiaLiberia’s urban landscapes have long been plagued by a growing concern: the accumulation of dirt and waste that mars the nation’s beauty and poses environmental threats. In response to this pressing issue, Youth Crime […]

Prince Massaquoi

Prince Massaquoi When Prince Massaquoi, 8, first arrived at the library he was not efficient in pronouncing variety of words and had difficulty in reading entire sentences. His vocabulary was on the lower side as he was not able to answer many of the comprehension questions that accompany the books. After three months at the […]

Princess Johnson

Princess Johnson Unlike many children who are fortunate to start school early, Princess Johnson, 9, began her primary education at age 7. But because of her willingness to learn and availability of sufficient learning materials and passionate volunteers to enhance her learning progress, Princess Johnson has showcased exceptional academic performance at her school and the […]

Princess Folley

Princess Folley Prior to Princess Folley, 10, attending the Street Library her reading proficiency was poor. She arrived with an eager attitude to learn more than the few words she was able to read and the short words she was able to pronounce. After three months of attending the Street Library her reading level has […]

Matee Freeman

Matee Freeman Paynesville, Liberia My name is Matee Freeman. I am 26 years old, and I cut hair and sell cosmetics. I started braiding hair in Ivory Coast. I had to move there from Liberia to escape the war. When we returned to Liberia, I started to braid students’ hair, and I started to improve at […]