Dr. Milton Ranks Alfalit Liberia Literacy Program Best

On the conclusion of his 10 days visit to Liberia, Alfalit International’s President, Dr. Joe Milton describes is his visit as successful and ranks  Alfalit Liberia literacy and the job skills training as the best with exceptional instructional quality of all Alfalit’s countries. Currently there are over 3,000 students in both literacy, basic education and job skills.

The attributed the success of the literacy program to the newly printed books and the teachers exceptional quality in teaching the materials as well as  the students fast comprehension level from his assessments visit at most of the centers visited while in the country.

For the job skills  program Dr. Milton furthered by saying, most beneficiaries have now gained tailoring skills while others who have graduates from the program have started earning incomes and helping their families especially women.

The Alfalit international president also said, from his interaction with students at few of the literacy centers he visited, the students demonstrated enthusiasm and that the students grasp the learning materials at very high speed describing it as  unparalleled to the literacy program in the other 14 Alfalit countries.

“We work in 15 countries and I tell you the level of comprehension of the students and the quality of education passed on to the students by the educators (teachers) is the most blessing one, and its unparalleled and you can see that in the speed  in enthusiasm”

Commenting further on the Liberia-Ghana Missions educational program, Dr. said over 6,350 students are currently enrolled in schools from kindergarten to university levels while hundreds of them in past academic year graduated from secondary school describing the students learning outcomes as impressive.

He continued as saying the sponsorship, he further reiterated the need for the supported students to maintain the required grade points average at all levels.

 

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