The former science bowlers of New York City have made 20 bags rice donation through the I-HELP Liberia Medical Group to the Liberian science teachers in Ganta. Former NYC science bowler Eric Mannes said that this is their way of helping the Liberian science teachers during this deadly COVID-19 crisis.
Inspired by their coach Asumana Jabateh Randolph to give back to humanity, these former science bowlers have come together in the last two years to help science bowl competitions in New York City. They are preparing to form partnership with I Help Liberia Medical Group in order to support science and math competitions in Liberia. For starter, they are Sarah Hamerling, Lily Chen, Glenn Yu, Andrew Sherlock, and Eric Mannes.
During the presentation on behalf of the I-Help Liberia Medical Team, the Liberia Coordinator of I-Help Liberia Project, Mr. Abraham Jabateh said he was excited to present 20 bags of rice to science teachers in Ganta, noting that it was the organization own way of identifying with the teachers, especially science teachers in Ganta. On hand was Mr. Lynon Martor, District Education Officer at the Liberia Ministry of Education who injected “We in Saclepia Educational District and Nimba County as a whole appreciate the effort made by the I-HELP Liberia Project to enhance science education in Liberia and gave us food during this hast quarantine period during COVID-19 crisis”