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Children education gets boost

By Jos Garneo Cephas
RJL-Braydon Charity Foundation,Board Chairman, Barnard LAbbe and President Richard LAbbe   
with Michael Weah of  We-Care Foundation
RJL-Braydon Charity Foundation,Board Chairman, Barnard LAbbe and President Richard LAbbe with Michael Weah of We-Care Foundation

(lbsonline/Liberia)-An international Charity, RJL-Braydon Foundation has pledged support to children education under the ‘Reading Liberia program’ in the country.

According to the visiting RJL-Braydon Charity’s Board Chairman, Barnard L’Abbe’, they are in Liberia to provide funding for the learning and reading education program for Liberian children. 

“We will continue our institution‘s support to We –Care Foundation to encourage the act of learning and reading among Liberian children”.

Mr. L’Abbe said: “Our interaction with students during a tour of schools demand us   to reinforce RJL-Barydon Charity to do more for children education.

We have had discussions with the ministry of Education in which government underscored the need to expand the program to reach out to many other children in the country”.

Under the We-Care Foundation’s programs, more than 305 teachers from 12 public schools are undergoing training in various educational capacity building for professionals including trainers and students. 

Mr. L’Abbe’ and the President of the RJL-Braydon Charity Foundation, Richard L’Abbe’  presented certificates to more than seventy two teachers, trainers, and students during an award and certification ceremony held Wednesday 12, December 2012.

The Program Coordinator of ‘We Care Foundation, Yvonne Weah, underscoring the importance of the program, said: “we are focused on the comprehensive nature of learning and reading, training of other in different professional disciplines to achieve the desire goals”.

“We see the needs to direct all reading and writing materials to reflect traditional setting and portray the rich culture and custom of Liberia, to help children know their destiny”, Mrs.  Weah reiterated. 

 


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