Teachers, Students Express Gratitude To I-Help Liberia Project, Concern About The COVID-19 Pandemic
Speaking to the GNN Correspondents in Montserrado, Margibi Nimba and Bong Counties quoting some of the beneficiaries of the I-Help Liberia Project as saying the contributions over the years of I-Help Liberia Project to Liberian science and teachers and students in the improvement of their respective knowledge in the area of Science Technology, Engineering and Mathematics is worthy of praises.
Noting that they are at the moment worrying over the unprecedented situation of the outbreak of the COVID-19 which they said has now stopped every activity in the country including the training programs which was on a regular basis was provided by the I-Help Liberia Project.
Lauding praises on Mr. Asumana Jabateh Randolph, a Liberian based in the United States who was very instrumental in making all the necessary arrangements and bringing in Scholars and American students to come to Liberia in conducting improved STEM trainings and workshops aimed at upgrading the skills of the beneficiaries.
The I-HELP Liberia Project is centered in New York City, and was established in 1994, and has been working with New York City high school students to send items to schools throughout Liberia; collected and shipped containers of school supplies, laboratory equipment, and other items including shoes and clothing for students.