Liberia Literacy & School Project

Liberia Literacy & School Project

In late 2021, LexisNexis Rule of Law Foundation shipped a 40-foot container with school and library supplies to the Agents of Positive Change in Lower Johnsonville, Liberia.

In May of 2022, the container was placed on location and books, supplies, and other materials that were shipped in it have been distributed to at least ten area K-12 schools.  The container structure has been converted into a functioning library and school.

School4Schools Foundation has been mentoring and training teachers from these schools, and the Foundation is currently raising funds to expand the facilities and programs of Agents of Positive Change.

In addition to the books, paper and writing materials, whiteboards, tables and chairs, the shipment also included laptops, solar panels, power converters, water bottles, tote bags, and other common supplies we Americans take for granted but that are a rarity for most of these students in Liberia.

Please contact School4Schools Foundation with your ideas and offers for assistance of this special and important program.

Please go to this page donate now to advance this this incredible program and cause, or send a check to School4Schools Foundation, 116 S. Hudson St., Arlington, VA 22204, or go directly to our PayPal donation pages:

for tuition assistance, materials & supplies:



for Liberia School Construction




Collecting supplies to send to Liberia for the literacy and school project

 


Arrival of 40-foot shipping container to be filled with school supplies and then used as the library/school facility in Lower Johnsonville, Liberia


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Getting ready!

 


Painting the container white to reduce the heat & adding fun graphics to it!

 


Loading the container w LexisNexis volunteers

 


Inventory, lifting, stacking and sorting

 


Next, literally picking up the container to ship to Liberia

 


Arrival to Liberia

 


The container site in Lower Johnsonville, Liberia

 


Students using the container as a classroom


Students working outside of the container
(which is why we need to construct a permanent school structure)

 

We hope you will choose to help this unique and important project

Please go to our Donate page or let us know your ideas here: