The girls are here… THINK’s 8th group of girls will go through a 9 month rehabilitation program this year. Process consist of life skills training, educational classes, counseling, and spiritual awareness. Special Mention by Rosana Schaack: We have an 18 year-old mother of triplet girls in this group that was referred to THINK by the City Mayor of Monrovia earlier this year. She and the triplets have been at the Juvenile Transit Center waiting for Cycle 8 to get some empowerment skills to help her raise the girls. Her husband was employed by the City Mayor to help with income for the family. The couple is Grand Bassa County. They had brought the babies to Monrovia to be adopted, but there is a ban on international adoptions right now. Read blog post http://ow.ly/2NudV
Summer is over... and THINK is getting geared up to host the eighth group of girls that will go through our 9-month rehabilitation program. You can help us meet our budget and provide a successful beginning by contributing through global giving. Thanks for your participation so far.
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The Play “Problems to Solve” will be presented at the Monrovia City Hall, Tuesday, August 17th.
Ms. Jasmine Blanks has been in Liberia since June 24, 2010, working with children that THINK has an outreach Ministry with.
We are quite busy as the President may attend the event so we want it to be the best. This has been a good process for all of us and the children have learned a lot.
Burning Barriers, Building Bridges In collaboration with Touching Humanity In Need of Kindness (THINK) Inc. Invites you to a Play “Problems to Solve” In honor of H. E. Madam Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Date: Tuesday, August 17, 2010 Time: 6:30pm Where: Monrovia City Hall RSVP by Monday, August 16, 2010 cell: 06449944 /06513233
On May 30, 2010 we were most honored to arrive at the graduation ceremony of cycle 7 of the THINK Rehabilitation Home. We are grateful to donors from Global Giving for supporting us with funding. We were very proud to present our 24 graduates from 7 of the 15 counties in Liberia. Remember them in your prayers as they step out in faith to begin a second chance in life.
We want to remember 10 year-old Mina Hallowanger, who made the jewelry that I wore that day. She lost her battle with AIDS on February 27, 2010. Mina was a resident at our Juvenile Transit Center. We pray that a cure can be found for AIDS in the near future.
We were most honored to have Madam Katumu Boikai (VP of Liberia''s wife) to speak words of encouragement to the graduates. Nigerian movie star, Tonto, who happened to be in the country, also graced us with her presence.
Please take a minute to view the images from the graduation. As you can see, this was truly a blessed occasion.
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