Rehabilitation for victimized girls in Liberia

by Touching Humanity in Need of Kindness (THINK)
Oct 4, 2010

8th group of girls start the year.

THINK girls, 8th cycle
THINK girls, 8th cycle

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


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Touching Humanity in Need of Kindness (THINK)

Location: Monrovia, Liberia - Liberia
Website: http:/​/​​
Project Leader:
Rosana Schaack
Monrovia , Liberia

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