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Alifalit Liberia Begins Youth Volunteers Service Alfalit International has stepped up to another plate of youth empowerment by contracting young college students into its student volunteer program. For its educational assistance program, which runs under the canopy of the Liberia-Ghana Missions, Alfalit Liberia recruited the first batch of 17 university and college students to conduct …

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Over 3 Thousand Women Benefit Alfalit Christmas Food Donation

Over 3 Thousand Women Benefit Alfalit X-Mass and New Year Food Donation About  over 3 thousands women have got the reasons to smile and be joyous  this Christmas and New Year celebration; as Alfalit Liberia  distributed  several thousand bags of rice and other food Items to the Women in Peace Building Network (WIPNET) The donation …

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475 Adults and Youths Declared Literate

475 Adults and Youths Certified Literate About 475 beneficiaries of Alfalit Liberia’s literacy program have being certified literate after completing all the prescribed courses of both literacy and the basic education programs. The beneficiaries predominately women accounting for 90 percent of the total of the 3,000 students who were enrolled into the program between 2015 …

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Alfalit Liberia to Graduate 30 Students from the Job Skills Program

Alfalit Liberia will on Friday, December 7, 2018 graduate about 30 students from its Job Skills and empowerment program.

This ceremony comes after the students have successfully completed the learning requirements of the skills tailoring program which lasted for 9 months.

Beneficiaries of the job skills program are students who reached level two into the literacy program as part of Alfalit economic empower goal of for the literacy beneficiaries after teaching them to read and write.
The program is expected to take place at the Church of God Edifice at ELWA Junction, beginning at 10:00 Am.

The literacy Department has named Mr. Benjamin Y. Whyee, the Chief Administrative Office of the LICOSESS Mobile Teachers’ Training as the guest speaker of the occasion.

Those expected to graduate from the program include 11 students from the Old Road Center, 5 from Small No Taste – Lower Margibi County Alfalit Center and 9 students from the 72nd Paynesville Alfalit job skills Center.

The program is expected to bring together educational stakeholders, government officials, love ones and relatives of the literacy and jobs skills beneficiaries, the executive and board members of Alfalit and the Liberia-Ghana Missions among others.

L-GM Turns Dedicates and over 1st Rural Computer Lab to Tailor Ta UMS in Bong County

Alfalit L-GM Dedicates & Turns Over 1st Rural Computer Lab Project in Bong County Alfalit International Liberia and L-GM on Thursday officially dedicated and turned over its first rural computer lab project to the Tailor Ta United Methodist School and the General Education Department of the Liberia Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church of …

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