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Services we offer to our partners and stakeholders are based on our business model, which emphasizes collaborative research, sustainable development, and education for change in accordance with specific objectives of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Projects we’ve identified or will identify seeks to achieve one or more objectives of the SDGs.

What We Can Do

Our vision is to enhance partnerships for development. We seek to achieve this by providing technical and non-technical services to our partners that meets their needs.

Quality Education [4]

Quality Education [4]

Mobile Books 4Kids Club

The goal of the mB4KC is to promote and encourage early reading literacy among elementary schools students across Liberia. Students participating in this program will be introduced to both paper-based and computer-based reading materials. The goal is to provide a 365-degree view by incorporating electronic gadgets and ebooks to traditional storybooks.

Est. Budget: $78,100 USD/Year

Quality Education [4]

Quality Education [4]

iLearn STEAM-Liberia

This project seeks to impact teaching-learning methods and outcomes in the areas of science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics with emphasis on students between the ages of 6 to 16 years old via after-school educational engagement activities.

Est. Budget: $85,000 USD/Year

Quality Education [4]

Quality Education [4]

Teachers Training & Development (TTD)

This project seeks to identify and train teachers, paraprofessionals, and substitute teachers about best practices in teaching-learning methods, outcomes, and statistics. The Government of Liberia has recently stated the shortage of trained teachers as a national crisis.

Est. Budget: $150,000 USD/Year

Cross-Cultural Educational Exchange Initiative

Cross-Cultural Educational Exchange Initiative

The overall goal is to connect elementary to high school students from around the world through letters writing (pen pal). In this initiative, students within the same grade-levels will be matched with their peers through schools that are registered within our networks. The goal is to encourage and promote cross-cultural exchange, education, and dialogue through letters writings.

Climate Action [13]

Climate Action [13]

Climate-Smart Agriculture (CSA)

This project seeks to enhance smallholders' resilience to climate change vulnerabilities by adapting methods to improve soil quality, increase agricultural productivity, retain soil water availability, and improve farmers' livelihoods.

Est. Budget: $1 Million
Duration: 3 Years

Global Food Security

Global Food Security

Agribusiness for Women (G4W)

This is a multi-stage project targeting women and girls in agribusiness development building on existing knowledge and skills to introduce sustainable small business development to improve productivity, livelihoods, and enhance resilience to climate change vulnerabilities and risks.

Est. Budget: $110,000 USD

Duration: 2 Years

Sustainable Energy

Sustainable Energy

Renewable Energy Technical Training (RETT)

Building on the education for sustainable development framework, this project seeks to impact sustainable energy design, development, and generation in rural Liberia with emphasis reinforcing existing local resources and knowledge systems.

Est. Budget: $175,000 USD/Year

Good Health & Well-being [3]

Good Health & Well-being [3]

IndeCARE Mobile App

Our team is working on a prototype mobile application known as "IndeCare." A mobile application with a web-based interface that allows patients to connect with community health workers, healthcare providers, clinics, and hospitals to engage and interact for the delivery of medical and healthcare responses and interventions.

Est. Budget: $30,000 USD [Prototype]

Global Partnership 4 Sustainable Development [17]

Global Partnership 4 Sustainable Development [17]

Monrovia Center for Learning & Development (MCLD)

This project seeks to establish multi-purpose facility in Monrovia and to be equipped with cutting edge technologies and will include a library, conference rooms, an early-learning center for children, a youth-development center, a business development center, a recreational area for kids, an indoor sports arena, restaurants, cafes, and a public access area.

Est. Budget: $6 Million USD

Decent Work & Economic Growth [8]

Decent Work & Economic Growth [8]

Information, Communications, & Technology via VET

The proposed action seeks to use vocational education and traing (VET) as an enabler through education and training in information, communications, and technology (ICT) targeting disadvantaged people in Zwedru, Grand Gedeh County. The proposed action will help change the status quo of workforce development and recruitment through access to and completion of a 12-months VET in ICT and a 12-months employment preparedness training.

Est. Budget: $400,000 USD
Duration: 2 Years

Mobile Books 4Kids Club

The Mobile Book-4Kids Club seeks to target children in elementary schools across Liberia. The goal of the mB4KC is to promote and encourage early reading literacy amongst children in elementary schools across Liberia. The fundamental goal is for children to become independent readers and thinkers. Reading with comprehension is critical for early childhood education and development. We are launching the B4KC across Liberia to all public and private schools with an emphasis on enhancing reading literacy in children at the elementary level.

Collaborative Research

Collaborative research to us means working together with our partners to solve problems of mutual interest within communities where we work. Our teams, experts in what they do, work closely with their local and national counterparts from the research conceptualization stage to the implementation.

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Sustainable Development

Sustainable development is the organizing principle for meeting human development goals while simultaneously sustaining the ability of natural systems to provide the natural resources and ecosystem services upon which the economy and society depend.

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Education For Change

We consider Education for Change as the art and science of transferring knowledge and skills in formal, non-formal, and informal settings with the goal of creating transformative change to positively impact livelihoods in communities where we work. We emphasize the integration of local knowledge in the educational systems and journey of communities we work with.

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