The overall goal of the project is to facilitate the safety, health and education of girls in Liberia.
Comprised health conditions negatively affect the academic experience, contributing to disruptive
behavior in school, high truancy, and the greater dropout risk.
The main outcomes of the project include:
A. A measurable decrease in infection rates among K12 students
B. Inculcating a culture of prevention through health education
C. Reducing absenteeism, truancy, and drop-out rate among students
Our budget for the next fiscal year is $500,000.00.
It costs $75 to provide preventive healthcare to a student for one school year. A gift of $1000 will sponsor 13 kids; $1500 sponsors 20 kids; $2500 sponsors 33 kids; $5000 sponsors 66 kids; $7500 sponsors 100 kids and
$10000 sponsors 133 kids.
Monthly - $6.25 Weekly - $1.56
Daily - $0.22
Budget details available for review upon request.
We seek partnership that covers the following areas:
A. Knowledge transfer – we seek clinicians, doctors, nurses, and mental health workers, who can visit Liberia, work with and train our local staff. A critical element of our quality control is continuous training for our staff in the latest evidence-based practices.
B. Technology transfer – we seek assistance with biomedical and pharmacological supplies to enhance our patient care.
C. Business and Leadership Development – Developing and executing the right business strategies in important to us. Similarly, attracting and nurturing leadership talent is indispensable to the success of our model.
D. Subsidy and In-kind Support for Students – Help raise subsidy for students enrolled in the program. We are soliciting feminine hygiene products, undergarments, and painkillers for girls.
Four principles of practice govern our work with children in
• To eliminate barriers to health care by offering low-cost services.
• To offer services that are non-judgmental and confidential.
• To encourage the participation of patients in their own care.
• To advocate for the medically under-served children in our community.
It has been an immense joy to be a part of the Healthy Nation movement in Liberia and seeing other volunteers and the delightful staff. I especially cherish the times when I get to see the positive health impact we are having in the Liberian Community.