Farm Land to Produce Food for the School and Community

The operational costs of feeding our students are substantial at over $10,000 per month. The most costly amount has been purchasing and securing enough food for the 270 students and chickens.

We have an incredible opportunity to slash those costs by becoming more independent and sustainable. One word…Farming. Liberia’s rich soil and climate make it the perfect place to grow everything we need to feed the children at the school and the chickens at the farm.

The plan is to grow our own rice and vegetables. This will not only solve much of our monthly financial challenges, it will also be a huge step forward in helping Liberians become more self-sufficient. We have access to 150 acres in a beautiful farming region. The vision is to purchase 50 acres to begin.

We can secure 10 acres at a time at a cost of only $6000. We are excited to let you know that one couple has already donated this first amount and these initial 10 acres are in the process of being secured. If we can raise the remaining $24,000, we will buy 40 more acres and be able to produce more than enough food for our school, our chickens, and our community.

Medical Clinic

This clinic might just be our most important project to date!

Malaria is one of the leading causes of death in children under the age of five. Our new clinic will have the life saving equipment, tests and medication to treat this awful disease.Another leading cause of strokes and death among Africans is high blood pressure. Our clinic will be the only place within a 45 minute drive in each direction that will be equipped to provide diagnoses and treatment. Infections often lead to amputation because clinics lack basic medications like antibiotics and items like clean bandages to treat wounds.

“Hope Clinic” will become a safe haven for thousands of people in the area who would never be able to travel to the city for treatment.Many widows suffer needlessly because they cannot afford treatment. Children are dying in villages because they don’t have access to malaria medication.We saved over $100,000 by integrating the clinic into the existing school building. That’s why we can setup the new clinic for only $30,000. This will provide the finishings for the clinic like washrooms, wall partitions to separate the reception area from the patient treatment area and more; but more importantly it will provide needed medical equipment such as:

  • Biological Microscope
  • Electronic Centrifuge
  • Hematocrit Reader
  • HemoQuant
  • Glucose Machine
  • Slides
  • EDTA Tube
  • Capillaries Tube
  • Widal Reagents
  • Stain
  • Urine Dipsticks
  • Immersion Oil
  • Blood Typing Serums
  • Refrigerator for medication storage

Thank you for considering giving to this project!

Humanitarian Aid in Liberia

Here are just some of the many humanitarian aid projects we’re doing in Liberia:

  • Building Water Wells
  • Providing Food and Clothing for the Needy
  • School Supplies for Children (Backpacks, Uniforms, Shoes)
  • Tuition and School Registration Fees
  • Helping a Community of Blind and Visually Impaired

You can make a general donation that will be put to use where it’s most needed.