There are many challenges facing Liberia's education sector. Including overage enrollment in primary schools, huge number of out-of-school children and access to sponsorship . Rural girls living in developing countries as Liberia, the situation puts them further behind: they are 2.5 times more likely to be out of school than boys. Providing a quality and sustainable alternative to rural girl's education is a pathway overage and out of school girls .Enroll in school, to stay in school.
Complex societal problems prevent girls from attaining education in Liberia, Africa. To overcome the barriers of costs, culture, and tradition, IDA-Liberia with our past experiences have understand the local needs of rural families. We are supporting students who enroll in school, to stay in school, by providing scholarship for girls aged 8-15 years. On a merit and need basis to deserving and underprivileged girls by providing partial and full tuition fees payment, and learning materials
The benefits of providing Liberian girls with education are rewarding. Educated girls help break the cycle of poverty, inequality and equal opportunities at the community level. Rural girls who attend schools are more likely to enter the work force, earn higher incomes, delay marriage, plan their families, and seek an education for their own children. When girls in developing countries receive education and earn income, they put 90 percent of their earnings into their families,