THE VILLAGE FORCE CAREER ORIENTED MIDDLE SCHOOL PROJECT GBARNGA LIBERIA ( NIGERIA, DRC, KENYA)
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ALL DONATIONS TO OUR 501C3 will fund our three efforts:
1. To solve unsolved murders, missing persons and child endangerment cases using the media.
2. Train people looking for a better life with jobs in the Transportation Industry in the warehouse or truck driving.
3. Build the Village Force Career Oriented Middle School in Gbarnga Liberia and if successful, Nigeria the DRC and Kenya
JOURNALISM AND INVESTIGATIONS TO SOLVE UNSOLVED.MURDERS, MISSING PERSONS, AND CHILD ENDANGERMENT
In total, 57% of children in Bong County of pre-primary and primary school Mission: The mission of age are out of school. Subsequently, over half of the children and youth of FORCE is to work with Bong County are not able to reach their full potential. Even those children communities, child friendly who are fortunate enough to enroll, lack access to educational materials, institutions and individualsm including books, uniforms and library facilities and soon drop out of school to help change the lives before completing junior high. Girls in particular are at risk, as they constitute and improve the well 60% of the total out of school children. 'Even those children who are in being of children.school experience difficulties in reading, writing and speaking Standard English. FORCE is committed to support the moral and educational
PROJECT OVERVIEW advancement of children | To break the cycle of poverty and allow Liberia's vulnerable children to to develop high self- reach their full potential, FORCE has established the Your Money, My Grades esteem, self-identity, self program. The goal of this program is to prevent children (5-15 and into their worth, moral integrity and youth) from dropping out of school by providing/securing direct financial academic excellence.
support and mentorships for high performing students. Specific objectives can be seen below.
Vision: FORCE envisions making every child a winner in life and seeks to build the desired future with children.
Objective 1: Provide scholarships to deserving children (specifically girls) who are at risk of dropping out due to financial difficulties. Output Activities:
• Engage with Schools to vet high performing students who are at risk
of dropping out due to financial hardships Scout and Secure long term financial support and mentor for every
• Monitor students attendance and performance in school
Geographic Area: Bong County, Liberia
Contact: Collins Street, Gbarnga Bong County, Liberia Email: Forcegbarnga@gmail.com Tel: 0880129535/0777133922
Objective 2: Provide mentorship to vulnerable children in order to develop their moral character and ensure their academic success. Output Activities:
Organize FORCE scholar events to help children engage with Successful professionals who once faced similar challenges to share their experiences. Organize career days for FORCE scholars to get introductory lessons on the nature of selecting future careers.
Liberia Study Report: Profiles of Children Out of School Report, March 2012
.Overview of FORCE Mission: The mission of FORCE is to work with communities, child friendly institutions and individuals to help change the lives and improve the wellbeing of children.
Vision: FORCE envisions making every child a winner in life and seeks to build the desired future with children. FORCE is committed to support the moral and educational advancement of children to develop high self-esteem, self-identity, self-worth, moral integrity and academic excellence.
Home Children are the greatest assets of any society,
Every child is born as a gift with intrinsic skills, talents and intelligence that must be developed and nurtured for successful life; Every child basically needs four human capital development factors to succeed in life-good education, good health, good moral behavior, and hard work; Transforming today's world for future generation should start now with the children who are stewards for tomorrow.
Geographic Area: Bong County, Liberia
GENERAL CONTACT INFORMATION:
Collins Street, Gbarnga Bong County, Liberia Email: Forcegbarnga@gmail.com Tel: 0880129535/ 0777133922
INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY OF THE MONTH ACTIVITIES FORCE is a local non-governmental and non- profit organization base in Gbarnga, Bong County that work with communities, child friendly institutions and individuals to help change the lives of children, especially girls and vulnerable children in rural communities through Education, Music, Arts and Computer literacy programs.
Summarily, for the month of August 2018, FORCE conducted tutorial sessions for 337 students in many sessions from various communities around Gbarnga, Bong County. FORCE tutorial classes combines two grade levels per session (Ex. 1st &2nd Grade students attend the same sessions and Grade 3 & 4 also attend the same sessions) and review students' lessons and make sure their home works or assignments are done in the following grade subjects; Geography, English, General Science, Liberian History, Vocabulary and History of Africa amongst other subjects. Students also participated in weekly Graphic Arts sessions, Computer tutorial sessions and selected Music tutorial classes based on their interest.
Additionally, the management of FORCE on August 16, 2018 conducted a meeting with about 60 parents whose kids are attending FORCE program. The meeting was purposely organized to acquaint parents with FORCE's activities which include: Academic tutorial sessions, Computer Tutorial, Graphic Arts and Music activities. In this meeting, management revealed the closure of the vacation activities and the commencement of FORCE'S next activities for the 2018/2019 academic year, which will begin by September 3, 2018. Parents were also privileged to tour within FORCE'S Building to view the few types of equipment we are using to train their kids which include the Computer Lab, the Visual Arts room, and the Musical instrument well house. As we mentioned to them about a mini modern reading room for their kids in the meeting, they were also allowed to take a look at that ongoing project.
Evidentially, the enrollment of kids rose with 6 additional boys, adding to the 331, making the total of 337 both FORCE & non FORCE kids currently at the Children Learning Center for the vacation program (161 boys & 173 girls): The six weeks' vacation program which began July 9 2018 came to an end August 29, 2018 with 337 kids in attendance:
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