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Over 86 Teachers Graduate…in Foyah, Lofa County

by Francis Pelenah Jr,

LOFA COUNTY, LIBERIA-At least eighty-six teachers in Foyah, Lofa County, have graduated from a Free Teacher Training program under the Diversified Educators Empowerment Project (DEEP).

According to a recent release issued, the training was the organization’s way of contributing to the revamping of the Education System.

The training saw great perseverance and commitment exhibited by each graduate throughout their rigorous 18-month exercise, which utilized the Ministry of Education prescribed curriculum.

Speaking at the program, Lofa University Vice President, Darwolo Catakaw, charged the graduates to observe strict teaching ethics to have a successful career.

The Diversified Educators Empowerment Project was founded by Dr.Blonkanjay Jackson in 2024 and has proven to be the leading educational institution.

DEEP co-partnership with the Ministry of Education (USAID) and the Global Partnership for Education-World Bank is fostering excellence in teaching and community engagement.

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