Hunter College High School Donates Container Of Text Books To Liberian Schools

Making the disclosure to reporters during the uploading of 40ft container full of text books from the United States, Mr. Abraham Jabateh, Coordinator of I-Help Liberia Project in Liberia said the donation was made possible by students of a U.S. based Hunter College High School, and members of the I-Help Liberia Project also based in the United States.

According to Mr. Jabateh, these donated text books which include science, math, biology and physic will be distributed to schools in Nimba County, including the Foundation Academic, Faith Academic, JW Pearson aimed at easing the shortage of text books in those schools named.

Also speaking to reporters, Mr. Joseph Sackor, head of the Liberia Medical Mission in the United States who facilitated the arrival of the over 2,000 text books for Liberian schools from the United States lauded Mr. Asumana Jabateh Randolph for his commitment over the years making sure that schools in Liberia are equip with educational materials including lab equipment and text books.

He poured praises on Mr. Randolph for his tireless efforts including sending American scholars from the United States to come to Liberia in helping to train Liberian teachers in the area of science and technology, and backed with the supplier of school materials and the conduct of science bowl aimed at impacting improved science knowledge to teachers and their students.

Mr. Sackor speaking further recommended for Jabateh to receive an award for his numerous contributions to the growth of the country’s educational system, noting, “All credit goes to Mr. Randolph; deserves a National recognition for the role he played over the years impacting lives of Liberians in the area of education”, Mr. Sackor speaking to reporters in Monrovia noted.

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