Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia

by Learning Squared
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Support to Rural Girls Education in Liberia
Jan 18, 2022

NOVEMBER 2021-JANUARY 2022

Learning Squared Liberia

                                                   Project Report:   

Titled:    SUPPORT TO RURAL GIRLS EDUCATION IN LIBERIA (33068)

 

DATE:  January 7, 2022                

LOCATION: MONROVIA, LIBERIA

Prepared By: LSL-Liberia
Phone: +231(0)886828014

              +231(0)777171654
Email: info@learningsquaredlib.org
Website: learningsquaredliberia.org 

INTRODUCTION:  

This report covers activities implemented between (November 2021-January2022). Activities

Implemented in (Margibi , Montserrado and Bomi counties) in Liberia. This report reflects the following: 

2.0 PLANNED ACTIVITIES FOR THE PERIOD UNDER REVIEW

 1.1 Back to School Book Ride Campaign 2021                                                                   

2.2 Learning Squared donate  hand sanitizers to schools and communities

2.3 Recommendation and Conclusion

ACHIEVEMENTS FOR THE PERIOD UNDER REVIEW:

2.1    Back to school- book ride campaign 2021

Learning Squared Liberia, continued its annual back-to-school book ride campaign in three additional Counties in Liberia. The counties included Margibi, Montserrado, and Bomi. The objective of the campaign is to support over ten thousand 10,000 school-going children with learning materials such as notebooks, pens, pencils and plastic folders. The campaign brought together over 300 participants including, students, teachers, parents, and community leaders.

The below-listed communities and schools benefited from the campaign:  

  • ROSODAN School System,
  • Agape International School
  • Rebecca J. Wilson Public School  
  • Jenneh Public School
  •  Kingdom Builders Community School
  • Minor Community School,

Learning Squared team visited the ROSODAN School System, Agape International School, Minor Community School in Margibi County. During the visit students, school administrators, parents, and local leaders welcomed the team and expressed willingness to support the work.  During the visit, the team distributed assorted materials including, notebooks, pens, pencils, and plastic folders to 70 students across the school district. The back-to-school book ride continued at the Rebecca J. Wilson Public School in Montserrado, Kingdom Builders Community School, and the Jenneh Public School in Bomi County respectively.

2.2 Learning Squared donate hand sanitizers to schools and communities

Learning Squared Liberia during the period in review, donated twenty -six (26) cartons of hand sanitizers to schools and communities to increase the fight against Covid-19. The aim was to strengthen the preventive measures of COVID-19 in those communities and schools. The distribution was carried in Margibi, Bomi, Grand Cape Mount, and Montserrado counties.  benefited over 300 students, four communities, and four schools. The Distribution is part of the Learning Squared strategy to support schools and communities and create awareness of the COVID-19 pandemic in the country.

2.3 Recommendation and Conclusion

Learning Square Liberia acknowledges and appreciates her distinct supporters, donors, GlobalGiving, Local communities, and schools for the level of commitment shown towards the successful implementation of the project. During the period under review, our team did not encounter any major challenges.

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Location: Monrovia, Liberia, Liberia - Liberia
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Anthony S. Kolaco
Antioch, CA United States
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