LIBERIA: Nimba County DEO Lauds I-Help Liberia Project USA

13000066_10207630355249641_2021329843921807605_nThe District Educational Officer (DEO) has praised the management team of the I-Help Liberia, a Non-governmental organization based in the United States for its educational support to schools in the County and other parts of Liberia.

Speaking recently when a team of the organization in Liberia headed by Mr. Abraham Jabateh made some donations including buzzers to the Ganta Public School for the use by students of the institution during their science competition. Mr. J. Lynon Martor thanked the I-Help Liberia Project for the donation.

He praised the Founder of the organization based in the United States, Mr. Asumana J. Randolph for his tireless efforts in helping to boost the Liberian educational system especially in the areas of science and technology, and also thanked American students who usually accompany Mr. Randolph to Liberia.

For his part the Principal of the Ganta Public School, Mr. Oswer Gbengan also extended his school heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the organization for the donation, and urged the team to do more in its bid to coming to the aid of the Liberian educational system in the area of sciences.

Similar donation was made to the B.W. Harris High School in Monrovia before departing for Nimba County. The presentation at the school was made by Madam Sanjay Faeflen Director of Science and Technology at the Ministry Education on behalf of the Ministry while the Coordinator of I-Help Liberia Project, Mr. Jabateh praised to school for their participation during the last Science Bowl Competition last year.

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