Each year, (WHO) estimates that more than 2 million people die from drinking unsafe water; most are children under age five, poor, and living in the undedeveloped countries.

 'Education is not a disease - It's curable'~LDH~

 

POVERTY AT A GLANCE

 

Poverty in Liberia - 64% 

Extreme Poverty - 1.3 Million

Population - 4.2 Million (Ebola deaths ** 7,650)

Illiteracy  - 60.8%

Unemployment - 83%

Malaria - 3rd largest killer

Total number of doctors in country - 200

Pretrial Detainees - 80%

Rank in Academics - 188 out of 215 countries

 

*The student-teacher ratio ranges from - 1:40 to 1:100  in many cases 1:100

 

 

We are continueously spreading the word about the massive rate of poverty, (64%) which currently exist in Liberia. The country may be recognized as one of the poorest countries in the world; but the richness of the culture and its peoples, still exists -- we are building on that. 

 

Our first step forward is through education, vocational training, extra curriculum programs and job creation for youths. We distribute merchandise, provide training and create projects that builds confidence and independence so that those who emerge out of poverty, will be well equipped for continued education and successful careers.

 

 

 As part of our functions, we monitor and conduct feasibility studies/ongoing collection of relevant data on poverty and education throughout Liberia. 

The premise of these functions are to improve equality and opportunity amongst ‘impoverished’ youths, to enhance efficient sorting and learning capabilities, to prepare students for job opportunities and to promote the importance of good citizenry within a society-- this is our civic duty.  By systematically incorporating these concepts, we gain knowledge as to how our Preparatory Learning Center programs would interface with culture, society and other educational institutions across the board.

 

 

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Our organization had to be a part of something better; a side of humanity that allows us to make a positive impact. Humanity binds us as one great global family be it......in your country or mine.

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Our story may not affect YOU, until it is YOU that is affected.

 

World Population

  • 7 billion

 

World Hunger

  • 795 million people – or one in nine people in the world – do not have enough to eat.

  • 98% of the world’s undernourished people live in developing countries.

  • Where is hunger the worst?

  • Asia: 525.6 million

  • Sub-Saharan Africa: 214 million

  • Latin America and the Caribbean: 37 million

  •  Currently committed to work in , Liberia, United State, Nigeria, Kenya, and India.

Women and Children

  • 60% of the world’s hungry are women.

  • 50% of pregnant women in developing countries lack proper maternal treatment resulting in approximately 300,000 deaths annually due from childbirth.

  • 1 out of 6 infants are born with low birth weight in developing countries.

  • Nearly half of all deaths in children under 5 are attributable to under-nutrition which translates into the loss of about 3 million young children per year.

 

HIV/AIDS and other Deadly Diseases

  • 36.9 million people are living with HIV/AIDS.

  • 50 percent of people living with HIV/AIDS are women.

  • 88 percent of all children and 60 percent of all women living with HIV are in sub-Saharan Africa.

  • 6.3 million children died in 2013  – 17,000 a day- mostly from preventable health issues such as malaria, diarrhea and pneumonia.

 

Poverty

  • About 896 million people in developing countries live on anywhere from $1.25 - $1.90 a day or even less.

  • There are approximately 22,000 children that die each day due to poverty.

 

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