I-Help Liberia Project Honored Former BWI Principal, Others For Their Support

The former Principal of the Booker Washington Institute (BWI), Mr. Mulbah Jackollie and Dr. Jonathan Hart, Jr., were over the weekend honored by  I – Help Liberia Project visiting team to Liberia for their numerous contributions to the growth and development of Liberia's educational and medical system over the years.

Dr. Jonathan Hart, former President of the University of Liberia Medical Students who specializes in internal medicine is currently being assigned in Nimba County at the Ganta Medical Hospital.

During the honoring program held at the College of West Africa (CWA) auditorium in Monrovia, the head of I – Help Liberia Project USA, Mr. Ansumana Jabateh Randolph praised both men for their nationalistic role played to assist Liberians in their quest for better livelihood.

Four students from the prestigious Hunter College High School in the United States who came along with Mr. Randolph to help Liberia jump start the Liberian Educational system were also their to grace the occasion. The four students include, Allison Zhao, Michelle Chan, Amy Pan, and Edward Zhou.

 In response, the honorees thanked the I – Help Liberia Project team to Liberia, and promised to continue their work in pursuit of quality education, and health system in Liberia.

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