Monrovia Liberia – Build Liberia Education Foundation, a humanitarian organization working for the education and well-being of mainly Liberian children, has disclosed plans to construct a hospital and school in the country.
Build Liberia Chairman, Emmanuel Faeflen, who is visiting Liberia from the United States, said members of the organization have plans to build the school and hospital as a means of helping the underprivileged people.
Mr. Faeflen added “At Build Liberia, we have a passion to help kids. We are not rich, but if we all do it right together, we can have support.”
Speaking Tuesday at the Christ Foundation Community Elementary School in Paynesville at a welcoming ceremony, Mr. Faeflen lauded the effort of the organization members in Liberia and the diaspora.
The Build Liberia chairman told students at the school that the “only way to get out of a poverty situation is education.”
Speaking earlier, Build Liberia Education Foundation Founder, Pastor Timothy Kpeh expressed gratitude to the officials and members of the organization for their support to underprivileged Liberians.
“We are so pleased, we are so happy that you can trust us to make this happen,” Pastor Kpeh said of the organization membership.
The parents, for their part, could not hold back their gratitude and praised Build Liberia for helping the poor in the society.
Build Liberia Education Foundation currently sponsors more than 300 children at the Christ Foundation Community Elementary School and is also providing humanitarian assistance to others including the elderly in the Paynesville area.
The organization was founded by Pastor Timothy Kpeh in 2018 on Facebook with many Liberians across the world, most of whom have not seen or met each other making up the membership.