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IMANI HOUSE's mission is to assist low-income youth, families, and immigrants to create viable neighborhoods where residents are decision makers who take responsibility for the improvement of their lives and surroundings. This is achieved through programs that provide Youth and Family Support Services Including Health Care, Health Education, Adult Literacy, and Information and Referral Services. Founded in Liberia W. Africa Imani House believes that anyone can achieve success and a higher quality of life if only they have access to appropriate information, skills and opportunities. Our programs in Liberia and Brooklyn use a bottom-up approach where grassroots people are recruited as tr... read more

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Bisi Ideraabdullah
Bisi Ideraabdullah
Organization Information
76-A Fifth Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11217
United States
Organization Information
76-A Fifth Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11217
United States

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Sep 30, 2020
Liberian Family Health Care and Education Imani House - What's NEW
Dear Friends of Imani House: We hope this update finds you well considering the current challenges. We Continue to persevere regardless! Thanks for reviewing our updates and...
Aug 31, 2020
Support 7 Weeks of Full-Day Summer at CAMP IMANI
Dear Imani House Family, We hope this update finds you well in spite of the situation in our Nation and the World as a whole. We at IHI are still persevering and hope you have as well! Thank you for...
May 21, 2020
COVID-19 & Imani House Family Health - Liberia
Dear Friends of Imani House, Thanks so much for your support and well wishes.  We truly are in this together this time.  Who would guess that a worldwide epidemic would infect and shut down...
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