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Gold-Mah Lloyd Education empowers women and girls to fight poverty

Jos Garneo Cephas
The Chief Executive Official (CEO) of the Gold-Mah Lloyd Education Project and the leadership of theDiahn Blae Community Market  as the receive the money from her.
The Chief Executive Official (CEO) of the Gold-Mah Lloyd Education Project and the leadership of theDiahn Blae Community Market as the receive the money from her.

GRAND BASSA County-The Chief Executive Official (CEO) of the Gold-Mah Lloyd Education Project in Liberia says it takes sustained involvement of Liberians to minimize poverty among Liberian women and girls.

Tryphena Gold-Mah Teah said women and girls are most venerable in society and without hope, unless drastic empowerment is provided to remedy the situation.

Mrs. Teah spoke January 14, 2017 at the Diahn Blae Community Market in Distract Number One, Grand Bassa County, where her project provided LD$ 50,000 to the leadership of the Diahn Blae Market to empower needy women and girls set up a mini-macro finance loan scheme.       

She said: “This is one of such many areas the Gold-Mah Lloyd Education Project is dedicated to identifying with people in the district.” 

The Liberian Marketing Association District Superintendent in Diahn Blae, Othello Logan, lauded the gesture and assured Mrs. Teah that the fund will serve as a revolving credit fund to empower one marker after another.

Mr. Logan appealed for the construction of a transit lodge to host many of the market women sleeping over night with their goods.

The Diahn Blae Market in District Number One serves as a melting economic center for more than about 1000 business women and men from more than eleven villages and surrounding communities.    

The Gold-Mah Lloyd Education Project has the objectives to provide humanitarian assistance, scholarship scheme for students, free medical care and food distribution services among the aged, the youth, women and girls.

The Project has initiated several programs touching the lives of inhabitants of Owens Grove in District Number One, in Grand Bassa County.

On Monday, January 2, 2017, Mrs. Teah joined Businessman and Presidential aspirant, Alexander Cummings, to perform the ground breaking of the Gold-Mah Lloyd Education Project’s Multi-Purpose Community Empowerment, Recreational and Resource Facility.

The cost of the facility is estimated at US$ 20,000, and is expected to be completed for dedication by August 17, 2017.  

Upon completion of the construction, the facility is expected to provide   children play ground, a computer library, games and television center and a mini sporting complex.     

Following her long term humanitarian gesture, Mrs. Teah is being encouraged to aspire for the Representative seat of District Number One in Owens Grove, Grand Bassa County, by section of the citizens.

 


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